HALLOWEEN

A Great selection of GAMES, SONGS, PUZZLES, and much more for the ESL classroom & your INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD this Halloween.


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See if your young students know the names of the monsters as they appear.  Then you can play RUN & TOUCH or STICKY BALL games.


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A scarier version with more ghouls and monsters for older children.  Elicit or teach the vocabulary first.








TRACE RACE.  Get 2 of your students to come to your interactive whiteboard and trace the images in a race against each other.


This SPOT THE DIFFERENCE game allows two teams to race each other to find and circle the differences the fastest.


Here there is a MAZE RACE, amazing mazes for racing on your interactive whiteboard.


DOT TO DOT with a series 2 images for your students to race each other.


Link the VOCABULARY to the picture and then play a Halloween version of KIM´S GAME. What is missing from each round of pictures?
Click here for more KIM´S GAMES.


First go through the vocabulary and learn how to spell the words.  Then play a fun game of RUN & WRITE with your students.
Click here for more RUN & WRITE games.


CIRCLE THE WORD
Click here for more CIRCLE THE WORD games.








Six levels of difficulty for your students to attempt. There is a series of VOCABULARY GAMES & CLASS COMPETITIONS.  Lots of fun for your Halloween classes.


A series of the best children´s Halloween songs from YOUTUBE all linked here.



A short adaptation of a DARK DARK SCHOOL.

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What do you know about the HISTORY of Halloween.  What are it´s origins?  Find out here.


Scroll around this visual explanation of the origins of Halloween.  Find out the origins of Jack-O-Lanterns and much more.



Some of the scariest movie monsters portrayed with video clips for each.  Great for proficiency  Halloween classes.



A look AROUND THE WORLD at different Halloween customs.

WHERE IN THE WORLD?

Fly around the world and get your students to call out the names of the countries as they land there.  Then see if your students know the capital cities of each country.

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AUSTRALIA: CANBERRA, BRAZIL: BRASlLIA, CANADA: OTTAWA, CHINA: BEIJING, COLOMBIA: BOGATA, ICELAND: REYKJAVIK, INDIA: NEW DEHLI, ITALY: ROME, JAPAN: TOKYO, FRANCE: PARIS, GERMANY: BERLIN, MOROCCO: RABAT, RUSSIA: MOSCOW, SOUTH AFRICA: PRETORIA, SPAIN: MADRID, THE UK: LONDON, THE USA: WASHINGTON DC





SCHOOL´S OUT !!

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SUMMER PARTY CLASS

A summer themed prezi with word-searches, spot the differences, and much more.


AT THE BEACH – VOCAB & SPOT THE DIFFERENCE GAME

VOCAB: beach ball, beach umbrella, beach towel, crab, dolphin, fish, jellyfish, octopus, seahorse, shark, starfish, turtle


AT THE POOL – VOCAB & SPOT THE DIFFERENCE GAME

VOCAB: beach ball, diving board, lifesaver, rubber duck, splash, swimming costume, swimming trunks, towel, umbrella



VOCAB: butterfly, cabin, costume, drums, earrings, electric guitar, farmer, handcuffs, mask, mechanic, nurse, rope, saxophone, soap, sunglasses, snake, temple, theatre, tiger, waiter, wig, zebra
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SUMMER HOLIDAY SPEAKING PRACTICE
– HOT SUMMER CITY –

SUMMER HOLIDAY SPEAKING PRACTICE
– A TRIP TO PARIS – 


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A fun, colourful and varied end of course class with a plenty of ideas that you can pick and choose from for your final classes.
1. The Fame Game:  Can your students identify the famous people?
2. Recognise the Counties:  Call out the countries by their flags and then write the missing letters.
3. Song: Taylor Swift – Blank Space.  There is a worksheet for the song here.
4. Famous Monuments:  Have your students identify these famous monuments.
5. Occupations.  Can your students recognise these jobs?


SUMMER HOLIDAY VOCABULARY COLLOCATIONS

Match this holiday vocab with their collocations.


SUMMER CLASS

Summer class games, with summer expressions, a word-search and a youtube clip about the Canadian delicacy S´mores
Worksheets for the youtube clip about S´mores here


VOCAB: air conditioner, alarm clock, balloons, blood, cabbage, caravan, cherries, credit cards, crown, cushion, dice, garlic, gold,  grass, hair-dryer, mango, necklace, passport, rings, rose, tent, tickets, vase
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FAMOUS MONUMENTS I


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FAMOUS MONUMENTS II

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SUMMER HOLIDAY SPEAKING PRACTICE
– IDIOMS OF TRAVEL – 


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