A guide to our resources
Our Kids Club English resources include a mix of digital and printable resources. On this page you’ll find a summary of each of the resource types. I hope this will help you identify the resources that will best suit you and your learners.
Activity Packs contain everything you need to teach between 6 to 10 or more lessons based on the story or topic. Each pack contains:
- Flashcards, matching cards and mini-cards for the presentation and practice of key language.
- Between 6 to 12 crafts, game and worksheet resources. Within each resource there are a variety of templates to choose from so you can differentiate according to the skills you want to practise and the age and ability of your learners.
The different templates mean that you can use the same Activity pack across different age groups and levels. You can even repeat the story or topic across academic years with the same group, but use a different template variation.
Most Activity Packs are priced around 6.20€. You can choose to buy them individually or you can get one of our Member Passes to have access to everything.
Our individual resources for stories or topics typically contain one resource type. As with all our resources, they include different variations so you can choose the most appropriate for your context and group of learners.
You’ll also find some Flashcards and Game card resources. These are designed more for the teacher to print and assemble (or project), rather than as resources that the children put together themselves.
Prices of invidual resources vary, but most fall between 1.50€ to 3.50€. Again, you will have access to all of them, with a Member Pass.
You will also find a range of free resources on this site for you to enjoy. There are 4 main resource types.
Simplified PowerPoint Stories
PowerPoint files that have adapted text especially for ESL/EFL learners. These are perfect for online classes or for a change of dynamic. The images are useful for use in a range of games or for listen and point activities. It’s also possible to print them and use them in sequencing activities (adjust your printer settings to get more cards per A4 sheet).
Are there other resources that you're looking for?
Perhaps there’s something particular you think I could create for you? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I take requests and will do my best to satisfy your needs.