Brown Bear Brown Bear, what do yo see? Make a necklace with the pictures of the characters to retell this Eric Carle's story
How to make a minibook: "The very hungry caterpillar". A good story to review the days of the week, the fruits or the life cycle of a butterfly in Sciences. The kids will retell the story with their own minibooks!
Organize research while creating slides on Buncee! A good way of integrating ICT and CLIL
Learn English Idioms: hey you! are you As Cool as a Cucumber? Enjoy Arfur the Cucumber.
Create Interactive Stories in Book Creator. This video demonstrates how students can 'gamify' a story in Book Creator where the reader can choose the plot. Find more tutorials at www.ipadteachers.com
6 Storytelling Apps That Get English Language Learners Talking
"What can I be?" is an easy book to read designed for younger kids (ages 6-9). With wonderful pictures provided by the artist "Cat_alogue" this book is meant to educate young readers using different jobs and the simple verb "to be". In this story, a very interesting cat wants to figure out what he wants to be.
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This is a comprehensive list of children's fiction books organized alphabetically by theme. This list keeps growing and growing. There is a wide variety of themes, including units like bears and the ocean, academic themes like rhyming, vowels and becoming writers, and character building/behavioral issues such as lying, making friends and wearing glasses.