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Fun English Worksheets

Fun English Worksheets

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Published by Fiona L Cooper
18 worksheets to accompany the teaching guide "Fun English for Kids," for use in the classroom with young children learning English as a foreign language.
18 worksheets to accompany the teaching guide "Fun English for Kids," for use in the classroom with young children learning English as a foreign language.

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Published by: Fiona L Cooper on Jul 25, 2008
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Fun English for KidsFiona Cooper FEISA, 2007 
Instructions for the worksheets
There are only two sheets for each unit. They are NOT the basis for the scheme of work but anextra resource. These sheets are designed for revision of vocabulary, not for teaching it, nor arethey designed just to keep the children busy for a while.The children learn the vocabulary through games and these sheets reinforce what they arelearning.THE CHILDREN ARE NOT TO BE HANDED THE SHEETS AND LEFT TO COLOUR THEM. You need toexplain everything they have to do, using the vocabulary from the unit, colours, numbers and verbslike
cut, stick, colour, draw.
The teacher must
demonstrate
how to do the worksheet, step bystep.In order to make the best use out of the sheet, ask the children to colour or cut, all at the sametime, so that they have to listen to the teacher to know what to do and when.
 
The main objective of the sheets is for the children to practise their English and reinforce thevocabulary from the unit you are teaching. The second objective may be to practice colours,numbers or other concepts. The sheets also help in the development of fine motor skills.Depending on the children’s level of English, the language objective of the sheet may be for thechildren to say the words or for them to hear them. For example, with sheet 2 (The Body) you mayeither say, “point to the head,” or “what’s this?” as you point to the head.
Worksheet objectives:
 
Worksheet 1:
 
 parts of the body 
: colour the different parts of the clown’s head, one by one.It doesn’t matter which colours if the students don’t know their colours yet.
 
Worksheet 2:
 
 parts of the body 
:
colour, cut and stick the parts of the body, one by one.
 
Worksheet 3:
 
numbers, colours, animals
:
colour the picture, according to the numbers. Saywhich animal it is.
 
Worksheet 4:
 
animals, colours, numbers
:
colour the animals at the bottom, each one adifferent colour. Colour all the bears the same colour, all the monkeys the same colour, etc.Count the animals, “How many lions?” etc.
 
Worksheet 5:
 
school objects, numbers
:
colour the objects which belong in the classroom,count the number of objects you have coloured.
 
Worksheet 6:
 
school objects, prepositions
:
cut out the objects at the bottom of the page andstick them either on or under the table and chair.
 
Worksheet 7:
 
weather:
colour the picture or pictures which correspond to today’s weather.
 
Worksheet 8:
 
weather, emotions
:
cortar los dibujos del tiempo y stick those which make youhappy, and those which make you sad next to the corresponding faces.
 
Worksheet 9:
 
transport:
colour the picture of the car and the road. Stick the car onto theroad.
 
Worksheet 10:
 
numbers, colours,
 
transport
:
colour the picture, according to the numbers.What is it?
 
Worksheet 11:
 
the house, repaso de otro vocabulario
:
point to the different things in thepicture (door, window, tree etc…) and colour the picture.
 
Worksheet 12:
 
the house, incide/outside:
cut out the ítems from the house and stick themEither inside or outside the house, as appropriate.
 
Worksheet 13:
 
the family:
 
colour the different family members, one by one.
 
Worksheet 14:
 
the family 
:
draw your own family. Say who each person is in English.
 
Worksheet 15:
 
 food, numbers
:
count the fruit in the trees and write the number in the boxes.
 
Worksheet 16
:
 food, like/don’t like:
 
cut out each ítem of food and stick it in the appropriatebox, according to whether you like it or not.
 
Worksheet 17:
 
clothes
:
colour the different clothes, one by one.
 
Worksheet 18:
 
clothes, big/smal
l:
colour the clothes of different sizes, one by one.Alter handing out the worksheets, the first thing to do is revise the vocabulary on it. Ask thechildren to point to the different things, or point to each item and ask the children what it is,depending on what level of English they have.

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