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Make a monster

Perfect for engaging a class of Young Learners, this creative lesson plan by Lisa Dold gives students practice in using 'I've got...' to describe parts of the body and ask the question 'Have you got...?'

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Readers' comments (5)

  • It`s a funny activity. It will be more enjoyable if children use pau dough to make their own monsters. I ve made my pupils practice describing body pars with play dough last year. It was one of the most enjoyable lessons

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  • Hi desmopatty,

    Thanks for the great feedback. Really good to hear that this is so useful for your young classes.

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • This is lovely, indeed!Perfect for my very Young classes

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  • Students love making monsters in class! =) and me too

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  • Thank you!
    I've used the 'make a monster' resource in the class.
    My students liked it!
    Thanks again.

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