How are you today?
It is easy to say ‘Va bene’ or ‘I am ok’ .
But young children find it difficult to express how they are feeling. They may not even know how they feel!
It’s difficult enough in their own language so how hard must it be in a new language?
Making faces from plastic plates showing the different feelings helps children not just to learn a new language but also gives parents and teachers an opportunity to help youngsters to express their emotions. To understand them. To know that their feelings are normal. The eyes can be either stuck on or you can use a permanent marker.
Kids will have lots of fun telling stories and dramas using the plastic faces. It helps if the faces are mounted onto rulers first.
There is a programme on feelings for children on my channel here: Link to FEELINGS programme
- This is MY pen.
- This is HIS book.
- This is OUR drink.
- This pen BELONGS to her.
Click on the link below for the lesson:
Beginners Lesson on Possession. My,His,Hers,Ours,Theirs.
The first of three lessons on food for young children. (It’s also fun for adults who want to add to their vocabulary)
There’s no better way to learn English than with Lizzie Witch!
Children are so fascinated Lizzie Witch that they lose all inhibitions and just love interacting and responding.
In addition to lots of laughs this video lesson presents numerous opportunities for participation.and can be enjoyed in both a home and school environment.
The vocabulary introduced are words associated with cooking and serve as an introduction to the next two lessons on food.
Beat, stir, toss, squash, pour, shake, spread, throw, splash.
Click here for the link to Lesson One on Food.
Click on this link for the Jumble Fun English YouTube Channel,