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…)
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…)
The English language has many modals—words that come before verbs and provide extra meaning such as ability, necessity, possibility, etc. The modals of ability, can and could, are useful for students to learn early on. We’ve created a new Modals of Ability lesson that centers around a common theme: hobbies and leisure activities! (more…)
Kids love getting creative! Give them a chance to draw while developing their listening, reading, and vocabulary skills with our Hotel activity.
You can present this lesson as a Listen and Draw or Read and Draw activity. Both ways teach students how to follow instructions while they have fun! Sprout English has 15 drawing activities in our Project Depot, so you can alternate the way in which you present them. (more…)
A lesson on there is / there are is useful for low-level students for many reasons. It uses the simple present, a very common verb tense. It demonstrates subject-verb agreement. It introduces students to prepositions of place (since we often mention a location in this type of sentence). And students will also learn vocabulary on food and containers in our There Is / There Are lesson! (more…)