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Here's a great visual reminder to help children catch each other speaking kindly to others.

Here's a great visual reminder to help children catch each other speaking kindly to others.

Fast Food, English, Learning English, Vocabulary, ESL, English Phrases, http://www.allthingstopics.com/fast-food.html

Fast Food, English, Learning English, Vocabulary, ESL, English Phrases, http://www.allthingstopics.com/fast-food.html

ESL Conversation Cards for Speaking Practice. 72 cards are colored coded by nine topics, including "Getting to know you," "Food", "Free Time," "The past" and more.  They are a great way to get your students settled in at the beginning of class.  Also great writing prompts!

ESL Conversation Cards for Speaking Practice. 72 cards are colored coded by nine topics, including "Getting to know you," "Food", "Free Time," "The past" and more. They are a great way to get your students settled in at the beginning of class. Also great writing prompts!

GROWTH MINDSET: Great resource for introducing elementary students to positive "self-speak"

GROWTH MINDSET: Great resource for introducing elementary students to positive "self-speak"

Fotos de la biografía - Learn English Online

Fotos de la biografía - Learn English Online

FREE These task cards provide students practice finding idioms and determining the meaning of the idioms. This works great as a center activity or as practice for upcoming assessments. There are 10 task cards with a recording sheet. The answer key is included.

FREE These task cards provide students practice finding idioms and determining the meaning of the idioms. This works great as a center activity or as practice for upcoming assessments. There are 10 task cards with a recording sheet. The answer key is included.

Think before you speak

Think before you speak

How do you teach promote active listening? Before you can effectively teach procedures and academic skills, your students need to listen and attend to what you are saying. Read to find out and get a freebie.  Link to paid.

How do you teach promote active listening? Before you can effectively teach procedures and academic skills, your students need to listen and attend to what you are saying. Read to find out and get a freebie. Link to paid.

Top 10 listening activities (without a CD) | ESL KidStuff Blog

Top 10 listening activities (without a CD) | ESL KidStuff Blog

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: This is a great activity to get students talking to each other! Each student is given a card and discusses the topic with their partner. With sentence/topic prompts, it is easier for students to begin and carry on a conversation with a peer versus having to come up with something to say on their own. This activity is best done in partners first, then can be used with groups once students are comfortable talking to each other.

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: This is a great activity to get students talking to each other! Each student is given a card and discusses the topic with their partner. With sentence/topic prompts, it is easier for students to begin and carry on a conversation with a peer versus having to come up with something to say on their own. This activity is best done in partners first, then can be used with groups once students are comfortable talking to each other.