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ESL Kids World Hobbies worksheets

At ESL Kids world we offer high quality printable PDF worksheets for teaching young learners. These worksheets include among others: colouring sheets, crossword and wordsearch puzzles and much more. Designed by ESL professionals, the sheets will help teachers of kids in their lesson plans.

For Young Learners of English, the teaching of phonics often takes centre-stage. This is why we have a whole section cramped with phonics materials and teaching resources. You will find printables, interactive materials and more.

With a rich collection of flashcards, properly arranged by topics, you are armed with more high quality materials for teaching kids. Our flashcards are in PDF format which makes for easy printing and use. This is in line with aim of our site which is to provide easy-to-use materials for teachers and students.

The artistic nature of kids brains has them ready-made for games and fun activities. Our games easily appeal to young learners as they are based on real experiences in the classroom. Tested and proven to work, these games are a rich addition to your lesson plans.

Song relax and gets rid of negative emotions. We have all heard of the affective filter which describes the phenomenon in language learning that negative emotions greatly hamper learning. Songs have the magical effect of getting rid of these negative emotions. With our collection of songs you will be teaching lessons to students who are positively engaged.

he age of interactive whiteboards and overhead projectors are here to stay - enter powerpoint. With powerpoint presentations like we have on this site, you will present new language more vividly

Some students learning by playing games and solving puzzles on the computer. With these fun quizzes, kids will do a lot of self-education.

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Home, sweet home Worksheet

The worksheet Wizard allows English teachers to quickly create great looking ESL and EFL worksheets in seconds. Please feel free to make and print as many English worksheets as you would like. Consider adding your ESL/EFL worksheet to the community worksheets so other teachers and educators may use them in their classrooms.

ESL & EFL Teacher's Guide Below Teaching ESL Frequently Asked Questions
  1. I have difficulty understanding some of my ESL/EFL students. What should I do?
    If you do not understand a student, ask for clarification rather than repetition. As you listen, note specific difficulties with sounds or patterns and use these as areas of focus for further lessons.
  2. How should I correct ESL/EFL students' pronunciation?
    The goal is not to eliminate accents, but to help students to make themselves readily understood.
    • Model clear speaking and use repetition.
    • Demonstrate the mechanics of how each individual sound is produced (placement of lips, tongue, teeth.)
    • Clap or count syllables and stress.
    • Model inflection. Even correctly pronounced words and sentences can be misunderstood if the inflection is not consistent with standard English.
    • Consider pace. Encourage students to slow the pace of their speech so that they will be more understandable.
    • There are many useful pronunciation guides on the web, such as English Club.
  3. What is the best way to approach English grammar?
    We recommend you address grammar using real-life, content-based material such as the ESL newspapers, recorded television programs, student writing, role-playing conversations, etc. Have the students identify idioms or grammar forms that are confusing to them, then use those forms to model other examples and construct exercises. Limit your focus to one or two points per session, give ample opportunity for practice and review often. You can use this Checklist t o monitor student's progress, and refer to this online list of grammar points to focus on.
  4. Some of my ESL/EFL students are obviously lost in class, but I can't hold everybody up just for them - what do I do?
    Create a comfortable atmosphere for students to take the initiative in asking for clarification.
    • Leave time for questions and wait longer than usual for responses to questions you ask.
    • For each lesson make your aim, structure, main points and transitions clear. Preview and Summarize.
    • Let students know when something is very important.
    • Take the last two minutes of class and ask students to write what they learned and what they are still unsure of, collect them and use their questions as a starting point for the next class.
  5. My ESL/EFL students need more opportunities to speak English outside of class. How can I help?
    Exposure and practice are the keys to learning a new language. Encourage your students to set aside some family time every day where only English is spoken, and to have more contact with other English speakers, perhaps by volunteering in the community � in their children�s schools, or for community service agencies. Use your creativity to devise tasks, role-plays, or field trips that require more English practice.
Tips From Eastside Literacy Common English Teaching Acronyms TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages This acronym might be a substitute for TESL more than for TEFL. It is sometimes preferred over TESL because English can be a third, fourth or fifth, etc. language to a student.
  • TEFL: Teaching English as a Foreign Language Teaching English as a Foreign Language � is an industry catering for students studying English in non-English speaking countries (see EFL). It is often taught by both native English speakers and local experts, although native English speakers are generally considered preferable. Common qualifications for TEFL teachers include certificates and diplomas issued by UCLES (University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate) and Trinity International Examinations Board of Trinity College, London.
  • TESL: Teaching English as a Second Language The teaching of English in an environment where English is the predominant language, to someone whose first language is not English.
  • TEAL: Teaching English as an Additonal Language TEIL: Teaching English as an International Language TESP: Teaching English for Specific Purposes ESOL: English for Speakers of Other Languages EOP: English for Occupational Purposes EAP: English for Academic Purposes EFL: English as a Foreign Language The study or learning of English in an environment where English is not already the predominant language, such as in a non English speaking country, by someone whose first language is not English.
  • ESL: English as a Second Language

    The study or learning of English in an environment where English is the predominant language, by someone whose first language is not English.

  • Conversation Worksheets

    Conversation Worksheets about Lifestyle

    The ESL worksheets and teacher's notes on this page are in PDF format. You are free to download, print and photocopy them unmodified for classroom use.

    Adventure | Teacher's Notes
    An unusual and stimulating topic for discussion which could bring out the spirit of adventure in your students! Two vocabulary exercises encourage students to deepen their understanding of words associated with the topic. Challenging discussion questions such as: "What can we learn about ourselves when we take risks in life?" encourage students to practise their fluency.

    All Change! | Teacher's Notes
    A stimulating lesson which coincides with the start of the new year. Vocabulary is practised with a gap-fill exercise which introduces the students to some idiomatic phrases containing the word "change". Students are given the chance to practise their fluency through personalized conversation questions such as: "Do you like change or do you prefer things to stay the same?" and "Have you ever been short-changed?"

    Stress | Teacher's Notes
    A worksheet designed to get students talking - everyone will have something to say about this topic! The students' vocabulary range is extended by focusing on the various meanings and uses of the word "stress" in a variety of contexts. Learners are also encouraged to exercise their fluency through stimulating discussion questions such as: "Do you think life is more stressful now than in the past?"

    Magic | Teacher's Notes
    A light-hearted lesson on a perennially popular topic. Activities include lots of useful themed vocabulary as well as common topic-related idioms. Students are encouraged to exercise their fluency through both general and personalised conversation questions such as: "Why are magic stories so popular with children?" And, "What was your favourite magic story as a child, and why?"

    Colour | Teacher's Notes
    Always a popular topic for discussion amongst students. This worksheet opens with a discussion about topic-related vocabulary before moving on to making common collocations and completing a gap-fill exercise. Personalised conversation questions (e.g. "What colours suit you?") will encourage fluency and lead to lively discussion.

    Secrets of Success | Teacher's Notes
    A fluency-based lesson which starts off with a discussion of various topic-related quotations before moving on to the conversation questions. E.g. "Which is more important to you - success or happiness?"

    Art | Teacher's Notes
    You don't need to know anything about art, or even to like it, in order to do this lesson. Everyone has an opinion about art whatever their feelings on the subject! In this lesson there is a fun topic-based quiz followed by a fluency-generating discussion activity involving personalised questions such as "Have you got any pictures on your walls at home? If so, did you choose them? Why/not?"

    Dreams | Teacher's Notes
    A very popular topic with students of all ages. This lesson begins with a fun general knowledge true-or-false quiz then encourages fluency through personalised discussion questions (e.g. "Can you remember your dreams?")

    Homework Sheets - Simon Says Personal Training

    Homework Sheets

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    Improve your eating habits, by first of all, writing them down. This gives you a chance to really see what your week of eating looks like, whether good or bad. Keep it simple, just fill out short, general descriptions of what you eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinks, and dessert. Fill it out for roughly 1-2 weeks. If you require assistance with the next step in changing your habits, by all means, email me with a copy of your Food Diary.
    For Download :
    To fill out on your PC/Mac or write manually save and use/print the WORD doc version
    To fill out on your phone. save and use the GOOGLE doc version. (google doc app needed)

    Record each day just 3 exercises done, to help encourage your fitness to be a regular lifestyle habit!
    Using this GOOGLE DOC sheet on your phone, it’s as simple as OPEN, smash out just 3 exercises, fill in the boxes and SAVE.
    IF you want me to keep an eye on your progress, ASK about setting up a CLIENT FOLDER where we can store this DOC for you to save in, so I can check it regularly.
    Otherwise, click the image, and SAVE it on your phone and AWAY YOU GO!!

    Need a really simple bunch of just a few ideas to get your eating habits back in the right direction?
    In this guide I’ve listed 3 or 4 easy ideas of things you can eat at Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and for Snacks & Drinks.
    No, it’s not a weight loss answer you’re looking for, it’s a simple list of options. also which I myself eat, to get you thinking simple & healthy!
    For Download :
    To view on your phone. save and use either the PDF version or the GOOGLE doc version. (google doc app needed)
    To view on your PC/Mac. save and use either the PDF version

    To know a general idea of what reps and times you can usually achieve for the most common exercises, writing it down could be a useful tool.
    To keep a record of what you your average reps / times are for each of the basic exercises, this sheet can help.
    For Download :
    To write manually save and print the PDF version.
    To enter on your PC/Mac or write manually save and use/print the WORD doc version
    To enter on your phone. save and use the GOOGLE doc version.

    To know how well you are improving, the BEST way, is to focus on a few exercises, practice til perfect, then TEST yourself!
    To help you do that, here’s a simple sheet, where you can list which month it is, what number test this is for you in case you succeed and do a few tests over time, 5 basic exercises and the goal to accomplish be it Time or Reps. E.g 100 x Jump Squats, 2 min Plank Hold etc.
    There’s a half way trial test for you to do, so midway through the month you can see if you have been practicing well, and if your test is hard enough, which if it isn’t you can adjust it.
    Then a FINAL TEST at the end of the month, by which if you succeed, i will reward you with incentives.
    (other than the reward of being a now FITTER YOU!)
    So Download and Good Luck!
    For Download :
    To enter on your PC/Mac or write manually save and use/print the WORD doc version

    Similar to the monthly exercise sheet available above for group session clients, or the general public, this sheet is for my 1on1 clients who after their first session, and completed “pre-season” 5 session pack, use this to test their fitness over the 10 session pack to journal their progress, determine whether they are improving, and also whether they stay at the 10 session discounted price.
    Again, you’ll write down 5 exercises that seem like a challenge and a goal to accomplish by the 10th session.
    There will also be a Half Way Trial at the 5th session to use as insight into how you’re coming along with your goals.
    On the 10th session we will then do the Final Test to see if you pass 😉
    For Download :
    To enter on your PC/Mac or write manually save and use/print the WORD doc version

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    Free Phonics Worksheets for Beginners

    Phonics Worksheets for Beginners

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    For parents, how to teach phonics at home.

    Here are the printable 45 page pdf A4 phonics posters from the video:

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    Free Phonics Worksheets for Beginners

    NEW: The worksheets below are our older Phonics Worksheets. They're still good but only cover the basic alphabet sounds. The materials above cover all the main phonetic sounds!

    There is also the talking Phonics page on the site.

    The idea with these sheets is that they can be used to teach kids phonic awareness, the relationship between written characters and their associated sounds, in a very easy and fun way! These sheets are copyrighted, however you may download them and use them in your own class.

    Phonics Posters & Games

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    Ideal for whole class teaching, lesson-starters, mental starters and demonstrations. Hundreds of questions, equations, problems, angles, simulations etc are available at the click of a button. Have a look

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    The numbers on the cards are added together. The result is rounded to the nearest 10.

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  • Spelling Worksheets: Homes and Other Dwellings at

    What Am I? House and Household
    For each house-related item, choose the word that best describes it. Or go to the answers.

    House Spelling Word Questions
    Use the list of house-related spelling words to answer simple questions. Words: fireplace, window, vacuum, furniture, ceiling, garage, attic, basement, kitchen, bathroom, carpet, banister. Or go to the answers.

    House Word Pieces Puzzle
    In this puzzle, combine pairs of word segments to make house-related spelling words. Words: house, bedroom, chimney, ceiling, closet, drapes, fireplace, floor, furniture, garage, kitchen, staircase, window. Or go to the answers.

    Match the Syllables: House Words
    Match the syllables to make 10 house words. The words are entry, window, chimney, ceiling, garage, kitchen, carpet, staircase, basement. Or go to the answers.

    Match the Syllables: Kitchen Words
    Match the syllables to make 10 kitchen words. The words are toaster, oven, faucet, dishes, kettle, teapot, platter, cupboard, freezer, kitchen. Or go to the answers.

    Match the Components of House-Related Compound Words
    Draw a line from the word of the left to the word on the right that make a house-related compound word. Words: staircase, fireplace, bathtub, dishwasher, lawnmower, dustpan, bookshelf, driveway, carport, bedroom. Or go to the answers. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet and answers.

    House Compound Spelling Word Questions
    Use the list of house-related compound spelling words to answer simple questions. Words: fireplace, bathtub. bathroom, bedspread, upstairs, downstairs, doorknob, mailbox, backyard, cupboard, bedroom, tablecloth. Or go to the answers.

    Write Five Adjectives Describing Parts of a House
    Write five adjectives describing the following parts of a house: window, door, walls, roof.

    Put 10 Dwellings in Alphabetical Order - Worksheet
    Put 10 dwellings in alphabetical order. The words are: apartment, cabin, chalet, home, house, hut, igloo, tepee, tent, wigwam. Go to the answers.

    Match the Home-Related Anagrams
    Draw a line from each house-related word to its anagram. Words: room/moor, stairs/sitars, lamp/palm, kitchen/thicken, drapes/spread, table/bleat, shelf/flesh, attic/tacit, garden/danger, yard/dray. Or go to the answers.

    Home and Household Anagram Puzzle Worksheet
    On this printable worksheet, the student writes a house-related anagram for each word. Or go to the answers

    House Anagram Picture Puzzle Worksheet
    On this printable worksheet, the student writes a house-related anagram for each word - a picture is provided as a clue for each anagram. Anagrams: odor/door, palm/lamp, bleat/table, sitars/stairs, rotates/toaster, save/vase, oafs/sofa, votes/stove, flesh/shelf. Or go to the answers.

    Find a Dwelling for Each Letter
    See if you can think of and write down a type of dwelling for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.

    Write 5 Things in Rooms of a House
    Write 5 things that go in each room of a house. The categories include: Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom, Living Room, Dining Room, Family Room, Laundry Room, Garage. Or go to sample answers.

    Word of the Day Worksheets
    These worksheets on elementary vocabulary have the student do an in-depth examination of a word that the teacher supplies. The student defines the word, uses the word in a sentence, identifies which part of speech it is, draws a picture that exemplifies the word, determines how many syllables it has, finds rhyming words, supplies synonyms and antonyms, etc. Pick a house-related word for a fun spelling activity.

    Work Bank Printouts :

    List of House-Related Words
    This is a word bank of common words related to houses and other dwellings.

    List of Words: Household Devices and Appliances
    This is a word bank of terms for devices, appliances, and machines used in households.

    List of Words: Rooms
    This is a word bank of different types of rooms.

    House-Related Anagrams
    This is a word bank of anagrams of words about house-related words. An anagram is a word or phrase that is made by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. For example, spot is an anagram of tops.

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