Kids Club English Resources
Find engaging printable and digital resources to help you practise routines language on this story resource page:
Kids really connect with Daisy in this story. They love talking about their likes and dislikes and what would convince them to eat their most hated foods. Perfect for developing food, daily routines, places in a town and conditional language.
This fun puppet book is great for daily routines, house, chore and leisure vocabulary.
A nice way for kids to pick up some useful phrases, as well as language to talk about their daily lives.
It’s Not Fair is a story that all children with brothers or sisters can identify with. This story connects well to the topics of Family and Daily Life.
Goodnight Moon is a classic children’s book that has stood the test of time. This is a lovely book to create quiet and calm moments or at the end of the day. It ties in nicely to the themes of routines and home.
Goat Goes To Playgroup is a story that preschoolers will find very easy to identify with. Follow Goat through the adventures of a typical day at kindergarten. This story connects well to a number of different topics. You could explore daily routines, sports and leisure or school.
Alexander had a bad day. He had a very bad day. In fact it was terrible. Horrible! This story provides a good chance to explore emotions and daily routines vocabulary.
A fun story of consequences, this story might remind children of the ‘if’s and ‘when’s that parents give them! It’s also great for leading into house and home vocabulary and it can help kids acquire conditional structures and talk about the future.
What’s the Time Mr. Wolf? is a fun interactive puppet book. The hungry wolf goes through his day until….dinner time! This is the perfect book to learn daily routine language and telling the time. You can also focus on the house and furniture vocabulary in the colourful images.
Based on the classic song, it’s a great song story to help kids learn the language to describe daily routines. It could also work well as a way to revise clothes or home and furniture vocabulary too.