Thursday, June 16, 2016

Free Resources for EFL/ESL Preschool Teachers

Teachers, I know that you are always looking for free printable resources. Here are the ones that I have available at my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.

I also have some free resources that you can ask for by writing an email to me.
Teachers maily write asking for the house resources, it´s very popular.

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Monday, May 30, 2016

Clothes Worksheets

As a complement to my last blog post about clothes (

Here are some worksheets.

The link:

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Town Worksheets

Just adding some worksheets to the Town Theme.


 Check out the resources for the town theme:

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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Community Helpers Worksheets and More

Let´s introduce Creativity in to our lesson plan. Let your imagination loose! I propose a different view on the classic worksheet. I am sure that you will come up with many interesting ideas for each one, I wish you could post them on my Facebook group: ESL/EFL Preschool Teachers and help the community of teachers.

Here´s the link to the resources:


Ws 1. After the worksheet is done, have the students each community helper.

Prepare 7 small paper plates and some yarn. Glue a community helper on each paper plate. Punch a hole on each paper plate. Attach one another with yarn.

Ws 2. Review which items belong to each worker. Then, cut and glue in the corresponding box.

Ws 3. Review the family members that work. Students color all the items. On another piece paper have them place all the items that they have previously cut. Have them stand up at the front and talk about their family members.

Student: Mom is a police officer. Dad is a fire fighter. Grandma is a chef and Grandpa is a pilot.

Ws 4. All the community members have a face and an emotion. Have the students follow your description for each one.

Teacher: The police officer  has blue eyes. He is happy.

Make more combinations for each community member.

I made the hats out of construction paper, but on fun foam they would look better.

 You can also assign a number to each community helper. Make a different hat for each student.

Point to each number.
Teacher: What number is this ?
Students: Three.
Teacher: What is she ?
Students: She´s a police officer.

Call on students and ask questions.
Teacher: Patricia, What number are you ?
Patricia: I am nine.
Teacher: What are you ?
Patricia: I am chef.
Have the students make a line ordering the numbers in their hats.

At your signal, have the students find another student that has the same hat and gather.

Teacher: Where are the fire fighters?
Students: here!!
Teachers: how many firefighters are there ?
Students: (count) One, two, three, four. Four Firefighters!

 And Action!
Teacher: Firefighters, stand up !
               Police officers, run !
                 Chefs, dance!

Flashcards to complete the theme. I am also preparing more than 200 job flashcards, I will be posting them in my other blog:

I will always make the letter arts and crafts that you like so much.


Place the family members cutouts on the board. Add a hat and some items to each one.
Teacher: Who is she ?
Students: She´s Mommy.
Teacher: What does she do ?
Students: She´s a cook(chef).

I created a Pinterest Board: ESL Jobs and Town. Check that I have collect lots of more activities to do. Link:

There´s also my Last Blog Entry for this theme:

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Sea Animals part 2

This is an addition to my other sea blog post.
I am creating a lot of worksheets to go along with the themes. Besides I am adding up to the Letter Arts and Crafts Collection.

Link to the files:

I know that manay teachers still like to use worksheets in class and even more if you have so many children to handle at the same time.

This is a two way worksheets. One is a regular worksheet to identify the vocabulary and the other is put the animals in context, which is the Ocean or the Sea.

Dictate the colors for each number, then have the children match the fish to the number.
Teacher:  What color is Number 2 ?
Students: It´s green.

Once the children finish tracing the numbers and coloring the sea animals, have the cut the animals and place them in numerical order on the table or glue them on a piece of paper.

And , cut and paste the sea animals by sorting them into big and small,
Teacher: Name the big animals.
Students: dolphin, sea, octopus, shark.
Teacher: Name the small animals.
Students: fish and crab.

More letter arts and crafts!

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