Four weeks until Christmas! Are you going on Christmas vacation? Get ready to pack with prepositions!
Practise two sketches and write one yourselves with 'to have' in the present tense.
Come up with a simple dance to your favourite song and teach your classmates.
Read and work with an adapted version of the classic science fiction novel '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'.
Describe the picture of the terrifying dog and imagine the story behind the picture.
What would the town of your dreams look like? Work together in groups to make your dream town.
Prepare your Halloween costume. Draw it and describe it.
Write a letter to Mr Ripley, and design an envelope that stands out from the rest!
Match English idioms with explanations of their meaning.
Find twelve words in a vampire word search, write your very own blood-dripping vampire story, and read it to your classmates.
Create an acrostic poem.
Look for adjectives, and find the nouns they describe.
Now you know a lot about superheroes. Next, you will create your own superhero and write a short text about him/her. But first, you need to become an expert on adjectives.
Which adverb goes with which adjective? Play 'Find Your Match' and find out.
Ready to learn many new adverbs and verbs? Act out adverbs and verbs and have your classmates guess them.
Play the Adverb Game, and put the words in the right order.
Make a poster that shows what you do during the day.
What do you know about your town? Present your town in different ways.
Talk to your classmates and practise useful gambits in short conversations.
Work with your vocabulary on american food with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on American holidays with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Make a video about Swedish schools and a typical school day. Imagine that you are going to show the video to a new American classmate.
Look into some of the coolest, scariest and strangest Australian animals, and create a Photo Story presentation about one of them.
Listen to a guide tell you about the animals at the Tower of London.
Work with your vocabulary on animations with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Write questions with the helping verb ‘do’ and turn them into a game of Question Jumble.
When you solve riddles, you use your brain. And they can make you see things in a new way. Can you solve these riddles and find the prepositions?
Watch a video about Aqua World and hear some Australian kids come up with great ideas for saving water. Can you think of other ways?
Listen to Marc talk about how he became a fan fiction writer, and find out more about fan fiction.
What do you know about Star Wars? Time to arrange and put the 'Star Wars' films in the correct order.
Research Aussie celebrities, and present your favourite person to your group.
Write and perform a role-play and include as much Aussie slang as possible.
Find out how to speak real Aussie slang and create a guide to Australian slang.
Work with your vocabulary on Australian slang words with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on Australian History with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Hit the school kitchen and bake your own delicious scones.
Read the recipe for bara brith and find the missing ingredients.
Let your creativity run wild and create your own animated film.
What can you do to be a good sport? Work with different scenarios about sportsmanship and act out a role-play.
What would you do with your fame and money if you were a rich sports star?
To be Australian can mean different things. After all, not all Australians are alike.
Read about Sam, Max' dog and best buddy. Talk about having pets as friends.
Listen for specific information in a video clip about Black Friday, and write either an article or a diary entry.
Ready to become real b-boys and b-girls? Follow the easy steps in the video and learn breakdancing moves.
Discuss rules and the consequences for breaking them.
Work with your vocabulary on Brick Lane in London with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Learn about the similarities and differences between British and American Christmas traditions.
Work with your vocabulary of British history with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Learn how to have fun with British jokes and games!
Work with your vocabulary on British royalty with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Learn about a typical school day in Britain, and compare it to your own school day.
Take a quiz and practise British words.
Learn basic words that have to do with school in Great Britain.
Work with your vocabulary on British school with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Build a space game on your computer by using code.
Are you hungry for burgers? Hit the burger joint! Create your own menu and learn how to order food in English.
Work with the painting 'Death of Captain James Cook', and help Captain Cook complete his log with adjectives.
Work with your vocabulary on celebrity families with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on celebrities with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Create a celebrity profile and present it in a role-play.
Watch and work with the environmental project Change the World in 5 Minutes.
Describe a picture of Robin Hood and explain what you think will happen.
Follow a recipe to make a yummy and scary Halloween treat.
Do you like Christmas cards? Make your own Christmas card, and wish your teacher, a classmate or your parents a merry Christmas.
Work with your vocabulary on Christmas in the United Kingdom with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on Christmas in the USA with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Act like a real news reporter, and create your own speech for the lighting of the Christmas tree at the Rockefeller Center.
What is your biggest Christmas wish? Listen to Kylie and Ruben's crazy Christmas wishes, and share your own wishes with your classmates.
Write your own cinquain poem.
Perform a reader's theatre of the famous story 'City Mouse and Country Mouse'.
What are your class records? Find out who has the biggest feet and the longest hair in this activity.
Do you understand when your teacher asks you to do something? Let’s find out!
Do you know the words for the objects in your classroom? Let’s find out!
Do you know what phrases to use in the classroom? Let’s find out!
Solve the family mystery and practise the genitive as you go along.
Create your own collage and let your classmate find the story in your picture.
Work with your vocabulary on collage art with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Use the colours to play bingo! Be the first one to cover a row!
Work with your vocabulary on colours with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
What is the difference between the 's genitive and the of-genitive? Work together and come up with sentences with both forms.
Have you ever created a Transformer? Time for you to create one!
Read the poem December Dreams and listen to the song White Christmas, and write about your own dreams in December.
Describe your drawing with adjectives, and have a classmate find out where the adjectives belong.
Describe and draw superheroes. Get all the details right.
Work with examples of street art and talk about what they could mean. Work with examples of street art and talk about what they could mean, and find out if your classmates see different things.
You have been invited to dinner at the Johnsons', an Australian family. What will happen?
Come up with your own fun recipe and use the food quantifiers.
Research an area of London, and create a guided tour.
Do you believe UFOs exist? Watch video clips of what some people think are UFOs. Then have a panel discussion in class about UFOs.
Change a text from singular to plural, and describe how it affects the word classes.
Listen to instructions, and draw some of the most common prepositions.
Play 'Draw and Guess' and practise the genitive 's construction.
Create special effects with a sheet of paper, pencils and erasers.
Plan a vacation in Australia and present it to your classmates.
Do you think you can turn up at the palace in jeans and a T-shirt? Well, think again. Get some useful tips on how people used to dress when they visited the palace.
Work with your vocabulary on English food with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Robin Hood has been caught by King John's soldiers. Come up with an escape plan and set him free.
Create and perform a role-play that tells the story of Excalibur and the Lady of the Lake.
Practise using gambits by playing a game: Will you be a tourist or a local?
Make a presentation and a task. Teach each other about word classes.
Work with your vocabulary on exploring the USA with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on fairy tales with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on family values with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on fan fiction with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
It is time for you to create your own hero or villain. You decide what kind of character you want to create. It can be a boy or a girl, a troll or even a talking goldfish.
Work with your vocabulary on fantasy with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Make sentences with gaps for your classmates to fill in, and practise using 'to be' in the past tense.
What is your day like? Make a film that shows your day.
Ask and answer your classmates' questions about 'to have'.
See if you can spot the differences in two pictures, and practise using the verb 'to be'.
Work with your vocabulary on Australia with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Listen to your senses and write a five senses poem.
Learn how to ask where places are in your town.
Work with relevant words from the film Frankenweenie, and get ready to watch and work with clips from the film, which is about an undead dog and his friend.
Which words do you think of when you hear the word 'friend'? Let's hear them!
Work with your vocabulary on pets with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Practise quantifiers with a recipe for friendship.
The past tense of 'to do' is easy to form. Learn how to do it here!
Get inspiration and find materials in a video on trash art.
Make your classmates' tongues twist and twirl and practise a lot of funny tongue twisters.
Practise using gambits in a group discussion about school.
Work with your vocabulary on gambits with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on game genres with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Work with your vocabulary on sports with a mix of vocabulary exercises.
Do you like ghost stories? Make up your own ghost story and turn it into a ghost puppet show.
Bake and have a taste of the famous gingerbread treat.
What are you thankful for? Take a moment to think about what you are thankful for, and write a Thanksgiving card.
Work with your vocabulary on going to the moon with a mix of vocabulary exercises.