Top 3 Winter ESL Lessons

I’m not going to tell you how warm it is outside where I am at the moment (hint: 24 degrees πŸ™‚ )

But if it’s a little chilly where you are, here are my top 3 lessons for wintery days:

1. Β Winter Sports

No Winter Olympics this year, but ski season is in full flow.

The kids love these sports and the grammar point is “I like ….”

2. Baby Monkey’s Winter Clothes

Baby Monkey

You can’t beat a bit of opera singing to warm you up.

Grammar point is “put on …” / “take off” and check out the fabulous Freezing Monkeys game!

3. Let’s build a snowman

With “Let it go” still in the air I’m really glad I went for “build a snowman” instead of “make a snowman!”

A great way to teach some more body parts and a great “what’s missing?” game.

Or of course you could use complete reverse psycology and teach the Summer SportsΒ &Β Summer ClothesΒ songs! πŸ™‚

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Be genki and warm wherever you are!


Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. When I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. Now I help teachers just like you teach amazing lessons and double your incomes!

2 Responses to “Top 3 Winter ESL Lessons”

  1. Val Hauptmann

    Hi Richard,
    I was browsing the internet for ideas about opening my own ESL school for adults (brazilians), and I came across your information. This is just very new… I decided on this yesterday, andsoI have no notions about how to start, but I liked this method. Do you have a good counsel about where to go from only an idea? I have a basement, so the place will be here at home, and Iwas thinking about 6-10 adults per group.
    Thank you…

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