This series of videos will fit in well with the requirements of public exams for younger learners. The language points covered will be at levels pre-A1, A1 and A2.
Being able to make and use shadow puppets really adds something to your teaching toolbox. In this post we go from making a simple shadow-puppet theatre to putting on a…
Here are some ideas on how you can use puppets and simple props to teach holiday vocabulary. Puppets love a holiday as much as we do!
Here's our ‘Monkey Puzzle’ lesson plan, based on the book by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler, published by Macmillan Children's Books 2000.
Primary students find Japan a fascinating country. As it has such a rich history, especially art, there are so many different projects that you can do with primary school students.
There are so many ways of using puppets to teach about Africa and inspire interest in younger learners. And lots of other ways too, such as making masks & drums.
There are thousands of really cool and engaging animal-themed lesson ideas that you can use your puppets for. Kids of all ages go crazy for animals!
This post is an ongoing project under construction. We’re going to be adding ideas for an A to Z of themed, puppet-based lessons as we go.
Using puppets for online English-teaching is not only very appealing visually, it's a great way to engage and maintain students' interest.
Younger learners can practise and learn lots of language items though dance, from parts of the body to simple verbs and prepositions of movement.
Using toys as a speaking stimulus works really well with early-years students. They love being involved with class preparation, especially if that involves their favourite toys!
EFL and CLIL are full of acronyms and abbreviations! So I’m going to reread my posts, highlight any I haven't fully explained, and link them to this glossary page here!