Adverbs of Frequency

How often do your young learners study grammar? Always, often, sometimes, or never? Frequency adverbs are very common for talking about things like daily routines and how often we do certain actions. Our NEW Adverbs of Frequency lesson gives students ample speaking and writing practice with this grammar target! (more…)

Adverbs of Manner

Do your students learn grammar quickly or slowly? Adverbs that end in -ly are common in English, and the most common -ly adverbs are Adverbs of Manner. In our NEW grammar lesson, students practice how to form and use these adverbs with fun exercises that will get them writing, speaking, and moving! (more…)

Marcie’s Dream: Simple Future Reading

Our simple future reading lesson, Marcie’s Dream, features a story that uses the simple present, simple past, past progressive, and simple future tenses in context. Students can see examples of the future with both “will” and “be going to.” This lesson also includes a separate dialogue that focuses on how to express the future with “will.” (more…)

Simple Future

There are three ways to express the future tense in English: will, be going to, and the present progressive. We’ve got a NEW grammar lesson on the Simple Future that covers when and how to use the three future forms! (more…)

Prepositions of Place

In, on, between, across from—many English language learners struggle with prepositions. Help is here! Our brand-new grammar lesson focuses on Prepositions of Place, and we’ve included fun illustrations of a living room and a kitchen to help students visualize each preposition.

This 13-page lesson starts off with a helpful Picture Dictionary so that students can easily understand what each preposition means. The Grammar Notes also provide helpful tips. A variety of exercises gives your learners plenty of practice, including matchup, drawing, multiple-choice, pair work, speaking, and writing tasks. By the end of this lesson, your students will have a solid understanding of the most common prepositions of place and related sentence patterns. (more…)