Category Archives: International English Language Testing System

Beginning of the Year Conversation Game

This worksheet is a nice way to to review previous knowledge. Everything is here: grammar (tenses, modals), topic vocabulary (free time activities, school subjects, extreme sports, music, description of a person/city, etc). Also, it gives students the … BusyTeacher: Free … Continue reading

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WH Questions: Who? What?

Who did that? What did you say? Many questions begin with the words “who” and “what.” Read each question and choose the correct answer. Once you have answered all of the questions, try coming up with some questions of your … Continue reading

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Song Worksheet: Castle on the Hill

After listening to the song “Castle on the Hill,” students must complete activities related to the song. Activities include filling in the blanks with the correct words and verb tenses, as well as completing phrases to summarize what the song … Continue reading

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Feeling Words

This worksheet contains a list of short sentences that describe different situations, such as losing a favorite teddy bear. Students must select the feeling word that best connects with the scenario. Students will learn key feeling words and adjective … … Continue reading

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Spelling Rules: Simple Present (3rd person he-she-it)

This activity requires students to identify the correct spelling of the verbs for the Present Simple for 3rd person singular (he/she/it) and match the verb to its respective spelling rule. Some incorrect verb forms are included within the list. BusyTeacher: … Continue reading

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Flashcards of Shapes

Here you’ll find 16 flash cards of shapes in English. These flash cards include classical shapes and rare ones. They’re ideal for helping toddlers and preschoolers learn shapes. The worksheet can also be used in ESL classes for students of any … Continue reading

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Write It Thrice! A Spelling Activity

The best way to learn how to spell new words is to write them down. On this worksheet, students will practice writing each new word three times. First, they’ll write it normal. Then they’ll write it pretty. Finally, they’ll write … Continue reading

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Wh-Question Words Cootie Catcher

To make question words a bit more fun in class, I designed this cootie catcher for the kids to fold and play with. First they select the color, then the number, and then the number again. When the process is … Continue reading

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Talking Heads: Role-Play Using Masks

Role-play activities are a fun way for students to practice vital speaking skills. Give students some masks and assign them characters to play and they can “be” someone else while practicing their speaking skills. These activities are particularly ide … … Continue reading

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Daily Grammar: Rio de Janeiro

Learn about Rio de Janeiro and practice building grammar skills at the same. Each sentence in this passage contains an error. In the accompanying multiple choice questions, students must identify the error or the best way to improve each sentence. … Continue reading

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