Kim’s game – practise there is and there are with this memory game

Kim’s Game is a classic memory game that can be used to review “there is” and “there is/are/was/were” while introducing useful vocabulary for common household objects. You will need a tray, a tea towel, and about 15 different, common household objects (some in multiples). For example: a battery, a light bulb, some coins, two teaspoons, […]

Teaching with Video

Teaching with video used to be difficult to set up. You would have to wheel in the ancient school TV, or more recently have enough fully prepared laptops for whatever your chosen activity was. However, these days probably every student is carrying a wireless, internet-connected, high defintiton video player and you can point them at […]