Have you ever tried teaching feelings and emotions using emoji or emoticons? Capitalize on this popular social media device by teaching young learners about feelings and adjectives with our NEW Feelings Vocabulary Lesson! (more…)

Independence Day Vocabulary Lesson

Independence Day, also known as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday that commemorates the July 4, 1776, adoption of the Declaration of Independence. We’ve got a fun and festive Independence Day vocabulary lesson that your kids will love! (more…)

St. Patrick’s Day

Many countries will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. In some schools, teachers encourage students to wear green on this day, and they do some fun activities in class related to St. Patrick’s Day on or before the holiday. With our St. Patrick’s Day vocabulary lesson, students will learn while having fun!

This eight-page Word Bank lesson includes a colorful picture dictionary with St. Patrick’s Day images including leprechaun, shamrock, four-leaf clover, pot of gold, etc. Activities such as a matchup, word choice, word search, word scramble, and spelling bee help make this lesson engaging and fun. Finish up with the discussion questions so that your students can try using the new vocabulary in context! (more…)