Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. With this worksheets, kids choose the homophones that make sense in the sentences. Practice with common homophones helps kids with vocabulary development as well as spelling. Here we present a selection of free worksheets on this topic:
In many countries of the world we celebrate Father's Day the third sunday of June. For this reason I would like to recommend a really awesome website with plenty of nice activities for kids to celebrate this occasion. It has colouring worksheets, write-a-poem worksheets and game worksheets. All printable and free. Click the link next to the picture to check the worksheet collection. To access the worksheets you need to register to the site with an email address and username only.
Students always find the writing paper of the Cambridge First Certificate Exam rather hard. Sometimes it is a problem about lack of ideas, other times it is just a matter of incoherence in the organization of ideas. Here are two recommended websites to show your students so they can improve their essay writing technique: from planning to write-ups. Enjoy them!
This website has very nice worksheets with lyrics of top40 songs and youtube videos from the songs attached to each entry.
Teaching through songs with listening activities is an amazing opportunity to teach your students phrasal verbs, vocabulary terms, reported speech and passive voice rules.
Check the website here and let us know if it was useful :)