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Celebrations: Easter

Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this lesson, students will read, discuss and respond to facts about Easter eggs and Easter bunnies, and find out more information about one of the facts and present it to the class.

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  • Hello,

    Thank you very much for your feedback on this and we are glad that you are enjoying these lessons. We will definitely take in board your comments and will look into making this resource less colour intensive in the future.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Perfect - just what I need for my class tomorrow!

    I agree with the comments on colours though - I like the odd picture, but the banner at the top uses up a lot of ink, no matter if colour or black...


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  • Just writing to agree with Margrieta. It would be great if there were less color. I am a freelancer too, and cartridges are costly - not to mention environmentally problematic. Anything you can do?
    Otherwise, thanks for the great material. It's really useful at all levels.


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  • Good day, I really love most of your resources. They are excellently written and thought out. However, the lesson plans and worksheets always haave so much intense colour, that one uses so much ink when printing them.

    I run a small business as a freelance Teacher and replacing ink cartridges on my printer is a costly affair.

    Would it perhaps be possible to give us the option of printing worksheets without these intense amounts of colour. The Onestopenglish Logo is printed on the bottom, surely this is enough.

    I look forward to your response.

    Kind regards

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  • It will nourish my lesson tomorrow, thank you Onestopenglish team!

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