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Elementary

A selection of elementary-level worksheets and lesson plans from Macmillan resources.

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  • Bingo: Numbers

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review the numbers 1-100.

  • Getting to know your classmates

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions in the present simple.

  • Family tree

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to review vocabulary associated with families.

  • Twenty questions

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice and review questions and answers using the present simple.

  • Guess who?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about daily routine, likes, dislikes and abilities.

  • I'm the President of the United States!

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the present simple with adverbs of frequency.

  • Are you jealous?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing feelings and sharing opinions.

  • What are they doing?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using the present progressive.

  • The name game

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    To practice using the alphabet.

  • Find your partners

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about names, cities and countries.

  • Geography race

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions about countries, capitals and locations.

  • Swapping information

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions using the present simple of to be, third person singular.

  • Jumbled biographies

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to use the past simple to reconstruct biographies of famous musicians.

  • Question line up

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice the present simple and past simple.

  • Once upon a time

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice describing a sequence of events in the past.

  • What's Jennifer going to do?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the future with going to.

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  • Hi Oliver,

    Thanks for your feedback. These particular resources are American English because they were written by North American writers. However, because they are at an elementary level there are none of the really significant grammatical or lexical differences between them and British English that occur at higher levels. To this end, they are still perfectly usable when teaching British English and teaching within the UK.

    Hope that helps.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Why are they all American English?

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  • Hi Shanepk,

    Thanks for getting in touch. We have checked the links and they are all opening normally for us. The problem may be that you do not have Adobe reader on your computer. If this is the case you can use the following link to install it:

    https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/

    Please let us know if this solves the problem.

    Many thanks,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • I've just joined today so maybe I'm doing something wrong, but none of these links are opening for me. Can somebody explain what the problem is please?

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