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Eat Your Peas Activities Bundle. Includes topic resources for food, daily routines, places in a town. Special bundle offers.

Eat your Peas Activities Bundles

A MEGA bundle for less planning, more learning! Save time preparing fun and engaging ESL lessons on Eat your Peas, places, daily routines and/or food.

♦ Hours of fun, dynamic activities that you can use across 3 different topics.

♦ Flexible materials and activities to teach THREE different topics. Enough for up to 16 lessons!

♦ Suitable for mixed age groups or to use across a range of levels.

♦ Pick and choose the activities you want. All the activities are great value at around €2 - €3, with bigger and bigger discounts the more you buy.

♦ Get ALL the activities for just €15.45!

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Flashcards and game cards

Perfect for a whole host of whole class, small group and pair practice of your target language.

Food Flashcards and Game cards resource cover. Includes flashcards, mini-cards and matching cards Includes game suggestions. 24 different food items. Play and learn super useful food vocabulary while playing with these 3 different card sets.

♦ Includes 24 food items in both image and text: peas; dessert/pudding (cake, pie, ice cream); carrots; tomatoes; eggs; apples; cheese; rice; chocolate; potatoes; peppers; grapes; ice cream; bread; nuts; cereal; pizza; meat; chicken; yogurt/yoghurt; brocolli; mushrooms; aubergine/eggplant; fish.

♦ Includes game ideas for hours of interactive practice and easy learning.

♦ A choice of three card types provide plenty of learning opportunities so your esl kids never get bored.

♦Includes British and American English sets.

 

Places in a Town Flashcards and Game cards resource cover. Includes game suggestions. Also includes specific places in Eat your Peas by Kes Gray. Play and learn super useful place and town vocabulary while playing with these 3 different card sets.

♦ Includes 24 place items in both image and text: supermarket, school, chocolate factory, bike shop, toy shop, sweet shop, zoo, swimming pool, amusement park / theme park, park, museum, hospital, bakery, church, restaurant, fruit shop, butcher shop, chemist, bank, bus station, train station, library, cinema, police station.

♦ Includes game ideas for hours of interactive practice and easy learning.

♦ A choice of three card types provide plenty of learning opportunities so your esl kids never get bored.

INCLUDES AMERICAN ENGLISH VERSION TOO.

 

Daily Routines Flashcards and game cards resource cover. Includes flashcards, matching cards and mini-cards. Includes game suggestions. Also includes specific routines in Eat your Peas by Kes Gray. Play and learn super useful daily routines vocabulary while playing with these 3 different card sets.

♦ Includes 18 typical daily routines in both image and text: wake up, go to bed, wash my face, have a bath, brush my hair, get dressed, have lunch, brush my teeth, have breakfast, have dinner, go to school, do my homework, watch TV, read a book, walk the dog, feed the cat, play with friends, have a shower

♦ Includes 6 routines specific to Eat your Peas by Kes Gray: have pudding, stay up late, skip my bath, clean the hamster’s cage, tidy my bedroom, clean my shoes


♦ Includes game ideas for hours of interactive practice and easy learning

♦ A choice of three card types provide plenty of learning opportunities so your esl kids never get bored.

 

Crafts and worksheets for drama, or story retelling

While you can incorporate drama and storytelling with any of the resources on this page, these resources are more specifically designed for the Eat Your Peas story by Kes Gray.

Eat Your Peas Mini-books resource cover. Focus on daily routines or fun items/places in the story. Includes 4 variations within each mini-book set. Engaging and interactive activities bring the story to life. Engage your ESL young learners with story, places and daily routine language with Eat your Peas mini-books. A whole book from just one sheet of paper!

♦ See the excitement from making a whole book from one sheet of paper.

♦ Ideal for practising sequencing skills and at the same time consolidating language from the story.

♦ Easy to cater to different abilities and skills focus, including literacy skills with 4 different templates in each set.

♦ A fun and interactive way to incorporate story retelling, and bring English outside the classroom.

 

Eat your Peas Colouring sheets resource cover. Practise daily routines, places in a town and MORE story phrases. Use in story retelling. Includes 5 different pictures. A great way to practise daily routines, places in a town and more useful phrases from the Eat your Peas story.

♦ Choose from 5 different sheets or combine them all into a fun and attractive mini-book.

♦ Easy to select and adapt for different language focus.

♦ Super useful activity suggestions give you plenty of ideas to increase interaction, engagement and learning.

♦ Makes the language much more memorable by creating those all important connections to the context.

 
 

Eat Your Peas Counting sheets resource cover. Practise counting and number recognition. Practise food vocabulary. Includes 5 different activity types. Easy to differentiate for different abilities and ages. These simple and effective worksheets work across a range of ages and levels to practise food vocabulary and counting while connecting to the Eat Your Peas story.

♦ Choose from 5 different templates to suit your context and skills practice.

♦ Includes 12 useful food vocabulary items for you to choose from: peas, icecream, apples, carrots, yoghurt, aubergine/eggplant, muchrooms, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, eggs, sprouts/cabbages

♦ Super useful activity suggestions give you plenty of ideas to increase interaction, engagement and learning.

♦ Makes the language much more memorable by creating those all important connections to the context.

 
 

Daily Routines crafts, games and sheets

Follow the included activity suggestions for dynamic ways to work on receptive and productive skills while developing daily routines language. Use alongside the story or other daily routines resources, e.g., Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush or What’s the Time Mr. Wolf.

Perfect for incorporating lots of daily routines practice in an engaging and effective way.

♦ Engaging games and craft activities that really get your ESL young learners learning daily routines language.

♦ Several options that make it super easy for you to choose the level of difficulty appropriate for your particular students.

♦ Super easy to target specific skills with a choice of templates – literacy, listening, speaking, pattern recognition and more!

♦ Print and play OR use the included Activity Procedures to include even more practice while they make their very own copies of the game.

 
 

Daily Routines Dice and Graphing sheets cover. Practise language for daily routines. Engaging and interactive! Focus on receptive or productive skills. Includes a choice of 3 templates. Fun and playful daily routines dice and graphing sheets to get your ESL kids learning the phrases in an interactive way.

♦ Choose from 3 different dice – so easy to differentiate for age, level or language focus.

♦ Your ESL young learners will love playing games with the dice. Lots of game ideas included to make planning super easy.

♦ Engaging graphing sheets are great to get your kids interacting and practising their maths and English skills.

♦ Not just for one lesson. These are games you can come back to again and again!

 
 

Eat Your Peas Daily Routines Board Games Square thumbnails These Daily Routines Board Games are great for kids to practise daily routine language. They include some of the activities featured in the Eat Your Peas Story but you can use them separately from the story too. They are also a great complement to Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush.

There are six different board templates to choose from. All are available in either colour or black and white:

  • Picture squares – small board
  • Picture squares – big board
  • Word squares – small board
  • Word squares – big board
  • Make your own board game – big board
 
 

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Daily Routines Fortune Teller cover. Practise language for daily routines and activities. Interactive practice before, during and after the craft. Includes a choice of templates. What a fun and effective way to practise and play with daily routines language and so much more!

♦ Easy folding and cutting guidelines make this a hassle free craft experience.

♦ Includes ideas for ways to maximise language practice while your ESL kids make it AND to play with it afterwards.

♦ Encourages children to use the new language in a natural playful way.

 
 

Places in a Town crafts and games

There are loads of interesting places in a town vocabulary in the Eat your Peas story. Bring it to life AND practise a lot more with these dynamic and effective activities. Great for prepositions of place, movement and giving directions too!

Places in a Town Board Games resource cover. Practise places in a town and descriptive language. Includes activity suggestions for increased interaction and dynamics. Includes 3 game types, each with several variations.Your ESL kids will have so much fun and English practice with these Places in a Town board games!

♦ A dynamic and interactive way to practise town and description language.

♦ Give your young learners even more English speaking practice with the create your own game versions. They’ll play at home with their families too!

♦ Multiple variations for different skills practice.

♦ Useful activity suggestions make lesson planning easy, and give you lots of ideas for different ways to play.

♦ Complements places in Eat your Peas by Kes Gray.

 
 

Places in a Town Pop-up Town Craft Resource cover. Practise places, directions and prepositions. Includes tons of activity ideas for before, during and after. Includes a choice of templates.A really engaging and effective way to practise places, prepositions and giving directions.

♦ Perfect for mixed levels and abilities with a choice of templates.

♦ Includes a ton of engaging activity procedures for before , during and after the craft. Easily forms the core activity in your lesson.

♦ Includes 20 different places: hospital, supermarket, bike shop, sports field, bakery, chocolate factory, toy shop, school, sweet shop, amusement park, church, museum, swimming pool, zoo, park, restaurant, fruit shop, butcher shop, chemist, bank

♦ Includes American and British English versions.

 
 

Super engaging Places in a Town dice and graphing sheets. Perfect for learning place, position and descriptive phrases in an interactive way.

♦ Choose from 3 different dice – so easy to differentiate for age, level or language focus.

♦ Your ESL young learners will love playing games with the dice. Lots of game ideas included to make planning super easy.

♦ Engaging graphing sheets are great to get your kids interacting and practising their maths and English skills.

♦ Not just for one lesson. These are games you can come back to again and again!

 
 

Food crafts and worksheets

These food activities are a great interactive way to get your ESL kids talking about their food likes and preferences. At the same time, they build 

Food and Me sheets resource cover. Practise talking about likes and dislikes. Interactive practice before, during and after the craft. Includes 3 different levels. Practise food vocabulary.Easy, effective and engaging! Get your ESL kids talking about their likes and dislikes while practising food vocabulary.

♦ Easy to differentiate for different levels and ages.

♦ Choose colour, black and white or a mix of both!

♦ Useful activity suggestions give you plenty of ideas to increase interaction, engagement and learning.

♦ Use as a follow-up to your favourite ‘food’ stories, e.g. Eat your Peas by Kes Gray.

 
 

Food Preferences flipbooks resource cover. Practise talking about likes/dislikes. interactive practice before, during and after the craft. Includes 3 different levels. Practise food vocabulary.A dynamic and interactive craft that your ESL Kids will love to make and use while expressing their food likes and dislikes.

♦ Choose from 3 different levels – so easy to differentiate for age, level or language focus.

♦ Includes tons of ideas for engaging activities before, during and after making the craft.

♦ Choose from 24 super useful food items. See below.

♦ Not just for one lesson. This is a craft you can use in revision and speaking activities again and again!

 
 

Save yourself tons of time and get ALL of these Eat your Peas Activities

Not sure how many resources you need?

This Mega Bundle is pretty special because you essentially have three units of work in one. It’s possible to introduce other stories and songs as you work through the materials, For example, Here we go round the Mulberry Bush for daily routines.

Whether I’m working mainly from the topic or the story, in general I follow this sequence:

  1. Introduce the language and use activities to focus on understanding, i.e., the children have to listen and understand to complete the craft/game/worksheet.
  2. Revise the language and give the children the opportunity to produce the language.
  3. Practise the language in a freer way that lets the children experiment with the language.

What’s more, each resource includes different templates so you can differentiate for different levels or repeat activities across year groups but using different templates.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, of course! Maybe you have the time and enjoy creating things, but it has to be said that being a young learner teacher can involve a HUGE amount of extra work making materials. Give yourself a break!

All my materials have been tried and tested in the classroom. As well as having almost 20 years of teaching experience, I am also a qualified trainer for the Trinity TYLEC (Teaching Young Learners Extension Certificate), so you can rely on the quality.

Yes! There are a range of templates to choose from within each resource so it’s super-easy to differentiate. The included Activity Suggestions will also give you ideas about how you can conduct the activity so each child can work (play!) to their full potential.

Definitely! (You knew I would say that!) No, but seriously speaking, I started making these resources for just one class but I’ve now used them several times over. I’ve even used them with the same groups in subsequent years, because the different templates allow me to vary the activity and language focus. 

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