fbpx

Free ESL resources for teachers 

New beautiful and inspiring ESL resources and activities are added every week.

Jobs and Work Jukebox: SNEAK PEEK

Jobs and Work Jukebox: SNEAK PEEK

We've been in the lab cooking up some easy-to-use, beautiful and effective mini activities for your online and offline lessons that require zero prep on your part and allow your students to use the...

read more
Pronouns at the shop

Pronouns at the shop

I've got a double sneak peek for you today. A sneak peek of something called a Juicebox and a new game coming to the shop sometime in the future. Or, if you're reading this in the future... Then...

read more
Wacky Products 2.0

Wacky Products 2.0

Oh boy... In my haste to upgrade some old lesson plans on this blog, I've accidentally deleted one of the first... So, welcome to Wacky Products 2.0. If you remember the original version, I hope you...

read more
My Food and Me

My Food and Me

A print'n'teach to talk with your A2 and up students about their preferences and habits related to food. Here is a speaking activity about food for the reactivation or discovery of the vocabulary of...

read more
My extraordinary family!

My extraordinary family!

This week we offer you a more original and creative way to present families in the ESL classroom. Ah yes... Tell me about your family my A1 padawon. This time it'll be fun for everyone because...

read more
Comparing stuff: A1-A2

Comparing stuff: A1-A2

Last week I made a resource for practicing comparisons with vocabulary for modes of transport. You can find that here, if you are so inclined. I used it with my A2 students and it was such a roaring...

read more
What kind of parent are you?

What kind of parent are you?

In 6 months time, my first baby will arrive along with my new title of "Daddy." This begs the question. What kind of parent will I be? What types of rules will I set? What will I teach my child and...

read more
Good Weekend / Bad Weekend:

Good Weekend / Bad Weekend:

A good weekend for me means sleeping in late (but not past 9), going to a coffee shop for a cappuccino, walking the dogs, eating cheeseburgers and going out for a beer before the sun goes down. A...

read more
Talking about vacations: A1-B1

Talking about vacations: A1-B1

Attention: there is nothing revolutionary here, but it is always nice to introduce some task-based activities to some well-known teaching situations. The "We're back from vacation, so let's talk...

read more
Grammar Poker: A1-C1

Grammar Poker: A1-C1

While it's true that most native-speakers of English don't know what each and every grammar point or structure is called, I find it immensely helpful when my students know things like what a "verb"...

read more
Tic-Tac-Irregular

Tic-Tac-Irregular

Do you have a stack of copies of the irregular verbs list in English somewhere in your cubby? Who doesn't... It's useful for nearly every level of English student, even those advanced students who...

read more

Our free ESL resources for teachers are aesthetic and designed for online and offline teaching. You can use any old ESL activity in your online classes, but ours will impress your students and inspire you.