Peace at Last - Line Matching worksheets
Practise really useful house and home vocabulary, AND retell the story with these fun Peace at Last line matching worksheets.
♦ Choose from a range of templates to focus on listening and tracing skills.
♦ A super effective way to provide repetition of useful house, nature and animal vocabulary from the story: house, garden, living room, bedroom, kitchen, garage, sun, bird, tap, fridge, cat, owl, hedgehog, alarm clock, plane, clock
♦ Follow the tips and suggestions for fun ways to incorporate full sentences and story language in an interactive and dynamic way.
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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! They work great for mixed aged groups and different abilities because they come with different templates AND different suggestions with how to use the resource. No time wasted on adapting different worksheets!
These sheets are designed to form part of a lesson, rather than a whole lesson in itself – BUT the included activity suggestions give you plenty of ideas for how to get the most out of this activity. It won’t be done in 5 minutes flat!
You’ll also find the link to supplementary resources. Add a song, tell the story (you can use the video if you don’t have the book), play a game with the vocabulary and complete these worksheets interactively and you have all the ingredients for a lesson your esl kids will love.
You can certainly find some free worksheets out there, but it’ll be tough to find ones that exactly match the vocabulary in the story, and certainly not with the different options to cater to different abilities. I can guarantee your young learners will be much more excited to create this. Engaged and motivated children make for a happy lesson (and teacher!)
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