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School’s Out for the Summer!

 

 

We are FINISHED!!!!  What a long, strange academic year it has been compared to most!  We are so proud of all of you for continuing on your learning journeys with the ongoing challenges of bubble groups, social distancing, open windows and the noise that can entail, all while wearing masks!

Your only homework this summer to use English in FUN WAYS, like reading books, watching favorite shows or films in English, playing online games in English and using English with every tourist you meet!

To help you with that here are some resources (there is a little something for everyone!) to help you:

reading books: 

Try these links for free English reading online, or  pdf documents that you can download with books.

https://freekidsbooks.org/english_level_esl/

https://www.learnenglishteam.com/english-story-books-for-beginners/

watching favorite shows or films in English:  

There are so many ways to watch films and show in English including Nextflix and Amazon, but here are some Youtube channels that you might enjoy watching to brush up on your English.

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Or try full movies here: (You can watch in English with or without subtitles.)

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(There are other films on this same Youtube channel.)

playing online games in English:

If playing games is your thing, just click the links here for lots of games to enjoy.

https://www.gamestolearnenglish.com/

https://www.english-online.org.uk/games/gamezone2.htm

And most importantly, WE WISH ALL OF YOU A HEALTHY WONDERFUL SUMMER!

ALL THE BEST, MANOLO AND LINDLEY

Online fun for Year 5 and Year 6 English!

Hello Year 5 and Year 6:

We hope you are well and #stayinghome!

Since you all have work packs to do (a page/day, please) and also work on:

www.liveworksheets.com

we thought we would put some fun English activities on the blog here.  Check back every few days for activities that support your learning and USE of English.  We hope these serve as learning tools and that they are entertaining too – as we carry our civic responsibilities under quarantine!

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with questions or doubts via the comments section in the blog!

Click the pictures for a variety of games to play over and over again.

This is a link to a game to practice past simple.

Challenge video quiz!  Go ahead, watch it and give it your best shot!!  This quiz includes multiple verb tenses: past simple, past continuous and past perfect simple. Click to get to the video.

And last but not least don’t forget to play lyrics training to enjoy your favorite songs in English and practice your listening skills!

Happy quarantine!  We’ll be in touch soon with more activities for you to enjoy!

All our best,

Teacher Manolo and Lindley

Revision: clothes, to be and to have

Hello Year 3-

A quick reminder to keep practicing English on

www.liveworksheets.com.

We suppose you are nearly done with your clothes work pack, so this blog entry is a revision to consolidate your learning so far.  Here are some videos and games so you can keep practicing your knowledge.

Revise clothes (and other) vocabulary with this fun game here. Click the photo to get to the link.

Let us know how you do–we´ll track high scores if you send your results to us in the comments section.

Click the picture below for a game to practice to be:

Click below to use this video lesson to practice the verb have got:

Use this link to help you revise material at a variety of levels.  It includes listening games to, so have your head phones on, or your speaker turned up.

 

Let us know how you are doing with your work and let us know via the comments section if you have any questions!

Stay well! Stay at home!

All our best,

Teacher Manolo and Lindley