Printable young learner worksheets
A selection of worksheets and lesson plans from Macmillan resources.
To make as many complete sentences as possible in the time given.
To introduce animals and natural features. To practise listening to a sequence of actions. To practise introductions and prepositions.
A number of integrated skills lessons on the topic of travelling.
Play a game to practise talking about the weather.
Giving instructions and saying where things are in the classroom.
Naming the parts of the body.
To find the differences between the two pictures.
To practise talking about habit using the present simple.
A number of integrated skills lessons to practise vocabulary such as days of the week, places and colours.
To practise asking for and giving permission.
Introducing oneself and meeting others. Spelling names and addresses.
Expressing likes and dislikes.
Recognizing the written form of numbers.
A number of integrated skills lessons on the topic of people.
A number of integrated skills lessons to practise vocabulary such as parts of a car and describing how things work.
To complete a map, and identify the correct shop, by following directions.
To play a card game to practise expressing possession.
An American English worksheet to play a game by calling the actions on cards to talk about what you did in the past.
Saying where things are.
Talking about your family.
To practise listening to descriptions of the family and to introduce new language for members of the family.
Naming colours and expressing possession.
To find out who the other player's secret card is before they guess yours.
Giving and understanding instructions.
Play a game to practise the language related to shopping.
Play a game to practise expressing ability.
Talking about clothes and their colours.
Set of tapescripts to support Unit 3 - Our world.
A number of integrated skills lessons on the topic of health and fitness.
Play a game of battleships to practise telling the time.
To be the first player to buy all the items and complete all the prices on your shopping list.