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Places in a Town Dice and Graphing sheets cover. Practise language for places and position. Engaging and interactive! Focus on receptive, productive or literacy skills. Includes a choice of 3 templates.

Places in a town fun with Dice and Graphing sheets

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!

Ready for some places in a town dice and graphing fun? Get your templates and lesson ideas here:

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What will my ESL young learners learn?

Your ESL kids will be super confident with places in town vocabulary and description language after playing with these dice and graphing sheets.

They will have plenty of opportunities to practise their listening and speaking skills. You can enjoy watching them play, while you monitor and help them along.

Don’t forget the valuable classroom language you’ll be helping them learn. See a summary below:

Principal vocabulary

  Graphing dice 1: supermarket, hospital, chocolate factory, toy shop, bike shop, school

  Graphing dice 2sweet shop, park, zoo, amusement park, museum, swimming pool

  Graphing dice 3: ALL of the above

 

Additional vocabulary, phrases and structures

While not essential, you may want to help your learners acquire and/or use the following language:

There is/isn’t to describe places, e.g.

There’s a museum in my city. There isn’t an amusement park in my town.

Prepositions to describe position in conjuction with a map or thinking about their town, e.g.

e.g. There’s a park next to my school. There’s a supermarket opposite my house.

 

Classroom language

Where’s the…? It’s here. It’s there. Is it…? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. What is it? It’s a.. It’s…

Can you find the…? I can see a… Where does this go? Roll the dice. Whose turn is it? It’s my turn. It’s your turn.

How many….have you got? I’ve got (3 toy shops!)! I need (one museum).

Can I have..? Here you are. Thank you. You’re welcome. Colours, scissors, cut, paper, card, fold, stick, tape.

What do teachers say about the resources?

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!

The provided activity suggestions give you all the steps you need to create the main activity for your lesson. Add in a places story or song and another game and you’re sorted!

You can certainly find some free worksheets out there, but 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!)

Once you’ve had a chance to use your materials, don’t forget to come back to leave a review. As a thank you, you’ll receive a 20% discount on any other resource : )

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