read & write

 

  • Read & write

    Practise your reading and writing in English here. Answer the questions in the 'your turn' section to practise your reading and writing. Improve English vocabulary with our set of 'word of the week' videos. Become a member and you can download all of our worksheets for free.

     

  • Painted hands

    What's your favourite colour? Colours can sometimes have special meanings. Red can sometimes make us feel angry, yellow can make us feel happy and blue can make us feel sad.

  • What's your pencil case like? What colour is it? Who chose your pencil case? What's inside? Do you keep your pencil case tidy?

  • What chores do you help with at home? Which chores do you like doing? Are there any chores that you don't like doing? Which chores are easy?

     

  • sausages

    Do you like barbecues? What kind of food can you cook on a barbecue? Where's a good place to have a barbie? When was the last time you had a barbecue?

     

  • Your turn: Olympic and Paralympic Games

    Have you ever seen the Olympic or Paralympic games? Have the Olympic Games ever been held in your country? How many Olympic sports and Paralympic sports can you name?

  • Have you ever been to a wedding? What do people wear at weddings? What do people eat at weddings? Would you like to get married when you are older?

  • Your turn: hair

    What colour is your hair? Is your hair long or short? Is your hair curly, wavy or straight? Do you have a favourite hairstyle? Do you like going to the hairdresser's?

     

  • Can you swim? How old were you when you learnt to swim? Do you swim in a pool or in the sea? Do you like swimming? How often do you go swimming?

Word of the week

When you press a button on a mouse you click.
"Would you like to start this game?"
"Yeah, just click."

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Hi JumpingFluteSnowdrop,
To see the worksheet you can click on 'Print an activity for the topic.' under the picture.
Best wishes,
DuchessMegaWand
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