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What are Boom Cards™ ? How to Use this amazing digital platform with your students!

What are Boom Cards™ ? How to Use this amazing digital platform with your students!

Not quite sure what Boom Cards are and how to use them? I’ll be answering all the burning questions and explaining how I use Boom Cards and how you can integrate them into your classroom!  Grab a FREE set too! Whether you are teaching in-person, hybrid or distance learning, Boom Cards are so versatile that once you start using them, you’ll be hooked! But first, Why should you be using Boom Cards™? There are a few simple reasons why teachers LOVE using them.

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Christmas Charades: A Holiday Activity that your ELL's will love!

Christmas Charades: A Holiday Activity that your ELL's will love!

A great holiday themed game that kids love is Christmas Charades. Not only is it fun - your students will practice some important grammar points while using Christmas vocabulary at the same time.  What they'll practice: TPR: Total physical response or "Learning by Doing" for better language retention. Action Verbs Using the Present Continuous to describe an action in a complete sentence   Included in...

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Halloween Activities to Practice Speaking & Listening

Halloween Activities to Practice Speaking & Listening

Halloween Find Someone Who: Whole-class speaking activity We all know that our students "cheat" when participating in mingle activities. We try to circle the room, listen and pay attention to who is and who isn't actively or correctly participating.What does correctly participating in an ESL/EFL classroom mean? Your students aren't just pointing to the prompt and writing in a friends initials. Your students are using...

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4 Ways To Practice Wh-Question Words

4 Ways To Practice Wh-Question Words

Wh-questions are the glue that holds language together. Without them, conversation can't progress beyond a certain point. That's why I'm always so excited when my ESL students progress from only being able to answer closed ended questions to our WH-question word unit. To me it's almost as if they've graduated and are now officially "English Speakers". They can ask and answer a wealth of questions and really get to know eachother. Here's a few games and acitivities that I've created and remain my go-to teaching essentials when working with open-ended questions.

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See what teachers are saying!

My students and I are in LOVE with your card games! They beg me to play and I don't mind because they get so much communication practice.

Caroline5th Grade Teacher - Emerging Bilinguals

I teach ELD to Grade 2 in Australia. Your activities are so engaging and fun. I wish I would have found you years ago!

SamuelEnglish Language Development, Grade 2

Brilliant! I use these games over and over again and have many teachers asking where I got them!

JessEFL Teacher - Madrid, Spain

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