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Kit 1: Simple Present

1 Simple Present 10 pages + Key Answers 18 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 10-year-old children


• Complete the table
• Cross out what is wrong
• Complete the sentences about the people in the pictures. Use these verbs
• Write sentences from these words. Put the verbs in the right form
• Circle the correct option
• Complete the sentences. Use the Simple Present of the verbs in brackets
• Write questions
• Answer these questions
• Write short answers that are true for you
• Write questions. Use the words in brackets
• Write questions
• Interview your classmates and complete
• Now write some questions and their answers
• Write sentences about Sandra and her routine
• Now write a similar text about your routine
• And write about your best friend
• Write a text about this family. Use the Simple Present Tense
• Now draw pictures about your family routine and then write sentences about them

Kit 2: Games with words (Numbers – Word search)

2 Games with words (Numbers – Word search) 6 pages + Key Answers Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children

• Find ten numbers (1 – 10)
• Find ten numbers (11 – 20)
• Do the sums, find & write the results (1 -100)
• Find and write ten ordinal numbers (1 – 10)
• How many ordinal numbers can you find?
• Write them down (1 – 20)
• Find ten ordinal numbers (10 – 100)

Kit 3: Games with words
(Days, Months & Seasons + School Subjects – Word search)

3 Games with words (Days, Months & Seasons + School Subjects – Word search) 6 pages + Key Answers 6 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Find the days of the week. Write them down
• Find the months of the year. Write them down
• Find the days, months & seasons. Now complete the bubbles
• Find ten school subjects. Write them down
• Find ten school subjects. Write sentences using them
• Find ten school subjects- Write a dialogue using some of them

Kit 4: Numbers & Colours

4 Numbers & Colours (Word search) 10 pages 11 Beginner Ideal for 3 to 6-year-old children


• Colour the frog (red/green/blue/yellow)
• Colour the cats (blue/yellow/red/green)
• Colour the cars (red/green/blue/yellow)
• Colour the fish (green/blue/yellow/red)
• Trace and colour ( Numbers 1-5 // blue – yellow – red – green – blue)
• Trace and colour (Numbers 1-10 // purple – yellow – red – green – blue – pink – grey – brown – black – orange)
• Trace and colour. (purple – pink – brown)
• Count and colour. (1 – 5)
• Trace and colour. (1 – 5 // blue – yellow – red – green)
• Trace and colour. Complete. (1-10 // grey – brown – orange – pink – purple)
• Colour and match. (1 -10)

Kit 5: Numbers & Colours 2

5 Numbers & Colours 2 (Wordsearch) 10 pages 10 Beginner Ideal for 3 to 6-year-old children


• Count and match. (1 – 3)
• Count and match. (4 – 6)
• Count and write. (1 - 10)
• Read and match. (1 - 10)
• Trace and colour. Complete. (11 – 15 // red – green – orange – pink – beige)
• Trace and colour. Complete. (16 – 20 // red – purple – orange – beige – black)
• Count and write. (10 – 20)
• Count and write. (15 – 20)
• Complete. (10 – 20)
• Complete. (1 – 20)

Kit 6: Awards, Certificates & Notes for your classroom

6 Awards, Certificates & Notes for your classroom 10 pages + Key Answers 15 Ideal for 3 to 12-year-old children

This Kit includes: AWARDS:
• This award is presented to … in recognition of …
• Congratulations! This award is presented to …. for ….
• Good reading award
• Good work award
• Great! This award is presented to… for …..
• Brilliant! This award is presented to … for ….
• Good work award
• Good behaviour award CERTIFICATES:
• Student of the week
• Super Homework Award
• Improvement Award
• Certificate of Perfect Attendance NOTES FOR YOUR CLASSROOM
• Ways to treat others
• Class Rules
• Helper – Students of the Week

Kit 7: Future: - Going To

7 Future: Going To 6 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• What are these people going to be?
• Write sentences using the words in the box.
• Respond to each statement with a question. Use the words in brackets.
• Read the sentences about the past and make negative sentences about the future.
• Read the information about these people’s holidays. Make questions about their plans and write the answers.
• What do you think is going to happen? Complete the sentences with Going To and a verb or expression from the box.
• Complete the sentences with the future structure and a verb related to chores in the house. Write question and answers about the future.
• Complete the text with plans and intentions using the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Match the two halves and then answer the questions.
• What are you going to do to help our Planet Earth? Find the mistakes and correct them.

Kit 8: Verb To Be

8 Verb To Be 10 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 6 to 12 -year-old children


• Complete with: am – are or is
• Cross out what is wrong
• Write full sentences
• Write true sentences (positive or negative)
• Complete this e-mail. Use the verb To Be
• Complete the sentences with a negative form of Be
• Make questions with these words. Use: is or are
• Match the questions with the correct answers
• Write questions
• Write short answers that are true

Kit 9: Have Got

9 Have Got 10 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 6 to 12 -year-old children


• Write the short form of the verbs
• Circle the correct option
• Read the sentences and draw what the children have
• Complete using: have got or has got
• Look at the table and complete the sentences. Use have got
• Write question. Use have got
• Complete the conversations. Use have or has got
• Answer these questions about you. Use short answers
• Write sentences using: have – has – haven’t or hasn’t got
• Write ten true sentences about your friends. Ask them what school objects they have got

Kit 10: Simple Past Tense

10 Simple Past 6 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 7 to 13 -year-old children


• Spelling: Write the Past Simple form of these verbs
• Complete the sentences. Use the Past Simple affirmative. Then match them with the pictures
• Write sentences from these words. Put the verb in the right form
• Write the interrogative and negative form of the following sentences
• Complete the spaces with the positive or negative form of the verb “to be” in the Past Simple
• Read the following text and make 5 yes/no questions using Was – Were
• What is the Past Simple of the verbs in the box? Write them in the correct column in the Past Form
• Cross out what is wrong
• Write question. Use the words in brackets
• Correct the wrong sentence and write a true one

Kit 11: Kinder Activities

11 Kinder Activities 11 pages Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 3 to 6-year-old children


• Welcome to Kinder – Title Page
• Draw and colour: This is me.
• Trace and colour. Draw some fish.
• Trace and Colour. Draw two green balls and one blue ball.
• Trace and Colour. Draw your 3 favourite toys in the house
• Trace and Colour. Name the different clothes that you can see in the following picture
• Trace and Colour.
• Trace and Colour. Draw the Moon, the Sun, a rocket and you!
• Trace and colour.School objects.
• Trace and Colour. Draw more farm animals.
• Trace and Colour. Draw your house. Name the furniture.

Kit 12: There is / There are

12 There is / are 10 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 10-year-old children


• Complete the sentence with There is or There are. Then draw.
• Look at the words below. Put them in the correct column. Choose 5 words and write sentences using them.
• Circle the correct option
• Put the words in order
• Rewrite these sentences in negative.
• Draw a picture and write 10 sentences describing it. (5 positive
• and 5 negative).
• Write the interrogative form of these sentences.
• Look at the pictures and answer the following questions.
• Answer about your town.
• Write sentences using: there’s - there are - there isn’t – there aren’t

Kit 13: Present Continuous

13 Present Continuous 13 pages + Key Answers 17
• Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 7 to 13 -year-old children


• Complete the table
• Cross out what is wrong
• Look at the people. What are they doing? Mark the correct answer.
• Complete the sentences using the words in the box.
• Complete the sentences. Use the Present Continuous of the verbs in brackets.
• Write negative sentences.
• Circle the correct answer. Write the answer in the blank.
• Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.
• Match.
• Write questions.
• Complete a letter.
• Write a letter.
• What are they doing? Write sentences.
• Write a report.
• Illustrate it.
• Look at a picture. Put a tick or a cross next to the sentences.
• Answer some questions about the picture.

Kit 14: Past Continuous

14 Past Continuous 9 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• Write sentences saying what he was doing at these times.
• Use the words in brackets to make sentences saying what each person was doing at the time.
• Answer these questions.
• Choose the correct option.
• Ask questions. The underlined part of the sentence should be the answer.
• Match the two halves. Write the sentences.
• Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
• Circle the correct option.
• Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into the correct form: Past Simple or Continuous.
• Put the verbs in the correct form: Past Simple or Continuous.

Kit 15: Question Words

15 Question Words 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 10 to 13 -year-old children


• Match the questions and answers
• Match the two halves
• Match a question word in column A with a word in column B and a line in C. Then answer the questions about you.
• Complete the blanks with: Who - Which - What
• Spot the mistakes in these questions and sentences. Correct them.
• Put the words in the correct order to make questions.
• Ask Yes/No questions in the given tenses
• Ask questions on the underlined words or phrases
• Answer the following questions
• Which ten questions would you ask an idol of yours?

Kit 16: Games with words
(Countries & Nationalities + Places in town – Wordsearch)

16 Games with words (Countries & Nationalities + Places in town - Word search) 6 pages + Key Answers 6 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Find countries and nationalities. – Now write them down
• Find more countries and nationalities. – Now write them down
• Find countries and nationalities. – Now complete the following chart
• Find places in town. – Now write them down
• Find more places in town. – Now write them down
• Find more places in town (2). – Now write them down

Kit 17: Simple Future – Will

17 Simple Future – Will 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• Put the words in order to make sentences.
• Answer the following questions.
• Make a decision to solve the following situations. Use the words below and I think.
• Promises: You have to agree and promise to do things. Have a close look at the example.
• Decisions: What would you say in the following situations?
• Choose the correct alternative.
• Put the verbs in brackets into the Future “Will” or the Future “Going to”.
• Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I with a clause including “will”.
• * Predictions: What may a fortune teller tell his/her client as regards these different issues?
• How do you think the following things will change in the future? Will they
• become better or worse? Write 2 sentences for each item.

Kit 18: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

18 Countable and Uncountable Nouns 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Classify the following UNCOUNTABLE nouns into the following categories:
• The quantity of uncountable nouns: Circle the correct option.
• Complete the sentences with some or any and a word from the box.
• Complete the blanks with some, any, no, every or each.
• Complete the gaps with much, many or a lot (of).
• Complete the questions with How much …? or How many …?, then write answers which are true to you.
• Complete the chart so that you can make Indefinite Pronouns.
• Complete each of the sentences in such a way that it has the same
• meaning as the given one.
• Choose the correct option.
• Find the mistakes and correct them. There may be an extra word as well

Kit 19: Conditional Sentences – Type 1

19 Conditional Sentences Type 1 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Elementary / Pre Intermediate Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Match the halves.
• Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb.
• * Make up a Conditional Sentence which can be related to the following sentence.
• Your flatmate is going on holiday. Write the questions.
• Answer the questions from above.
• * Make the sentences negative, but keep the meaning the same. You will need to change some words. Add a second part to create a Conditional
• Sentence.
• Anne starts thinking about Monday and her diet. Make sentences using
• IF---, ---WILL ---. Follow the order.
• Answer the questions.
• Circle the correct option.
• What will our world be like in 50 years´ time? Write sentences.

Kit 20: Present Perfect

20 Present Perfect 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Elementary / Pre Intermediate Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Write the Past Participle forms of these verbs.
• Complete the blanks with FOR or SINCE.
• Rewrite the sentences with YET.
• Complete the sentences with BEEN or GONE.
• * Use the words to write questions with EVER and read the answers about Martin.
• Answer the questions negatively using the words in brackets.
• * Complete each of the sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence given
• Correct the mistakes in these sentences.
• Use the prompts to write the conversation.
• Make sentences using JUST and the household chores listed below.

Kit 21: Past Perfect

21 Past Perfect 8 pages + Key Answers 10 Elementary / Pre Intermediate Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• *Match and make sentences.
• * Read the sentences. Put the numbers in the spaces after each action to show the order in which they happened.
• * Complete the sentences. Put one verb in the Past Simple and one in the Past Perfect.
• Join these pair of sentences, using the conjunctions in brackets. Change one verb into the Past Perfect.
• Find the sentence which is closest in meaning to the given one.
• Complete the sentences using the words in brackets.
• An exchange student has arrived from Switzerland and is staying with the Jones family in London for eight months. Think of the Jones´ messy and unappealing guest room. By the time the student arrived, what changes had the Jones family made to the guest room? Write sentences.
• Complete the text with the Past Continuous or Past Perfect of the verbs.
• Write sentences in the Past Perfect using the following words.
• * Complete these sentences.

Kit 22: The Weather Calendar

22 The Weather Calendar 11 pages 6 Ideal for 3 to 10-year-old children


• Let’s sing this song!
• Cold – flashcard
• Rainy – flashcard
• Cloudy – flashcard
• Hot – flashcard
• Stormy – flashcard
• Yesterday – Today & Tomorrow – Cards
• Examples
• Calendar to complete (month / birthdays / today is / notes)
• Puzzle – The Weather ( cut, glue & colour) – Sunny / Cloudy
• Puzzle – The Weather ( cut, glue & colour) – Snowy / Rainy

Kit 23: Games with words (Question Words + Sports)

23 Games with words (Question Words + Sports) 6 pages + Key Answers 6 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Find some QUESTIONS and match with the correct answers.
• Find some QUESTIONS and match with the correct answers.
• Find some QUESTIONS and match with the correct answers.
• Find the name of ten different sports.
• Find the name of ten different sports.
• * Find some sports and categorize them.

Kit 24: Games with words
(Comparatives & Superlatives + Prepositions)

24 Games with words (Comparatives & Superlatives + Prepositions) 6 pages + Key Answers 6 Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• Find some COMPARATIVES and SUPERLATIVES.Then complete the chart below.
• Find more COMPARATIVES and SUPERLATIVES. Then complete the chart below.
• Find new COMPARATIVES and SUPERLATIVES. Then complete the chart below.
• Find 5 expressions using PREPOSITIONS OF TIME or PLACE. Then use them to complete the sentences below.
• Find 5 new expressions using PREPOSITIONS OF TIME or PLACE. Then use them to complete the sentences below.
• Find 5 expressions using PREPOSITIONS OF TIME or PLACE. Then use them to complete the sentences below.

Kit 25: This, that, these & those

25 This, that, these and those 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Look and complete
• Read and draw the objects showing if they are near or far with an arrow
• Put the words in the correct order to make questions.
• Circle the correct option.
• Look at the pictures, colour them and write 10 sentences
• Complete with : IS or ARE .
• Ask questions.
• Write questions using these words.
• Change to the plural ( P ) or singular ( S ) form .
• Underline the mistake.

Kit 26: Written Test

26 Written Test 4 pages + Key Answers 8 Kids / Beginner Ideal for 7 to 10 -year-old children


• Look at the picture and answer the questions
• Complete the text with the words in the box.
• Circle the correct verb.
• Complete the dialogue with the questions in the boxes.
• Match using different colours.
• Answer about you.
• Read the text and colour the picture.
• Find the odd one out and write it in the box. Grammar & Vocabulary included
• To be
• Have got
• Can
• Name – Age – Feelings – Adjectives
• Colours
• Body
• Clothes
• Family
• Abilities
• Animals
• Toys
• School objects
• Greetings
• Numbers
• Days of the week

Kit 27: Passive Voice

27 Passive Voice 10 pages + Key Answers 15 Elementary / Pre Intermediate Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


• Turn these Present and Past sentences into the Passive Voice.
• Turn these sentences into the Passive Voice. Pay attention to the continuous forms.
• Turn the following Present and Past Perfect sentences into the Passive Voice.
• Turn the following sentences into the Passive Voice.
• Are these sentences in the Active or Passive Voice? Write AV or PV in the spaces given.
• Put the verbs in brackets into the Passive Voice.
• Answer the following questions.
• Rewrite these sentences. Instead of using somebody, they, people, etc., write a passive sentence.
• Write questions using the passive. Some are present and some are past.
• Make one corresponding passive sentence or two, if possible.
• Correct the following sentences.
• Using was / were + past participle (passive) form, and one past simple (active) form, which of the two verbs can complete both sentences in the pair?
• Match the Passive Voice sentences with the verbs forms. Write the letters.
• Use the words given and other words, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Do not change the word given. (Use 2-5 words in total.)
• Delete the extra word in each sentence.

Kit 28: Reported Speech

28 Reported Speech 10 pages + Key Answers 14 Elementary / Pre Intermediate Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


• Turn the following sentences into the Reported Speech. Use SAID.
• How do these words change when being reported?
• Report the following questions.
• Change the following sentences into Reported Speech. Use one of the reporting verbs given: ADVISE – PROMISE – SUGGEST – INQUIRE – WARN – AGREE – THREATEN – APOLOGISE – COMPLAIN – REFUSE
• Correct the following sentences by taking out the inappropriate word.
• Using the words given and other words, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Do not change the word given. (Use 2-5 words in total.)
• Complete the sentences with SAID, TOLD or ASKED.
• Choose the correct alternative.
• Write the Direct Speech.
• Use a word from the box in each gap to complete the phrases:
• Complete the sentences with the words below:
• Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
• Choose the correct alternative.
• Complete the spaces with one word.

Kit 29: Very Young Children 1

29 Very Young Children 1 10 pages 10 Beginner Ideal for 3 to 6-year-old children


• The body puzzle: - the body
• Trace the animals and colour them: - animals
• Count and match: - numbers (1 – 5 )
• The baby is looking for his mum. Help him!: – family
• What’s wrong? Finish the pictures: - the body
• Clothes: for boys or girls? Look and match: – clothes
• Listen and colour the numbers: - colours and numbers (1 – 15)
• Circle the word that goes in the category: - animals - family - clothes - transport – sports
• Find the opposites: – oposites
• Circle the activities that you like doing: - actions

Kit 30: Comparatives & Superlatives

30 Comparatives & Superlatives 7 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Complete the sentences with the comparative adjectives
• Cross out what is wrong
• Complete with a suitable adjective
• Look at these children. Write sentences and compare them.
• Complete the table. Use the superlative form of the adjectives in the box.
• Complete the sentences. Use the superlative.
• Look at the pictures and write sentences. Use comparatives and superlatives.
• Complete with the name of different animals.
• Complete the following sentences using words from the box. There’s an extra word.
• Guess the comparative and superlative adjectives.

Kit 31: Can & Can’t

31 Can / Can’t 9 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Read and draw.
• Match the sentences with the pictures using different colours.
• Make questions using the words.
• Answer about you.
• Write ten true sentences (5 negative and 5 positive)
• Put the words in order.
• Turn the sentences into the negative.
• Look at the pictures and answer.
• Look at the pictures and circle the correct option.
• Ask your friends what they can or can’t do. Complete the chart.

Kit 32: Relative Clauses (who- that- which)

32 Relative Clauses (who – which – that) 9 pages + Key Answers 11 Elementary Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


• Cross out what is wrong.
• Match and write sentences using: who –that or which
• Make one sentence from two. Use: who or which
• Order the words and write sentences
• Complete these sentences in any suitable way.
• Say if these sentences are right or wrong.
• Complete these sentences.
• Rewrite the sentences using a relative pronoun (who/which/that). Add commas where necessary.
• Add extra information to the main sentence by using who, which or that.
• Put a circle round all the correct answers. Sometimes, there is more than one correct answer for one sentence.
• Say if these sentences are True or False.

Kit 33: Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns

33 Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns 8 pages + Key answers 11 Beginner Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children


• Complete this chart with the possessive adjectives
• Complete these sentences with the possessive pronouns
• Cross out what is wrong
• Rewrite these sentences using possessive adjectives
• Complete this conversation using possessive pronouns
• Make sentences as in the example
• Complete the sentences using the possessive adjectives with one of these words
• Choose the right Word
• Use possessive adjectives or pronouns to replace the underlined words in these sentences
• Draw some toys in each space and write sentences. Use some of these words.
• CROSSWORD! Complete the sentences with some of these words

Kit 34: -ING forms and Infinitives

34 - ING Forms and Infinitives 6 pages + Key Answers 8 Elementary Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


• Complete the sentences with some of the following verbs
• Cross out what is wrong
• Complete the following sentences by putting the given verbs into the gerund form
• Choose the best alternative
• Complete the text with the following words
• Complete the sentences with the ideas given below
• Complete the sentences with either a “to - infinitive” or an “...ing form”
• Write these verbs in the right column

Kit 35 – Written Test

35 Written-Test 1 6 pages + Key Answers 11 False Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• Read this letter
• Now say if these sentences are true or false
• Answer these questions
• Imagine you work for a newspaper and want to interview as many tourists as possible.Use this guide to write the interview
• Then write a report using all the given information
• Complete this conversation
• Now write 5 questions and 5 answers to finish their conversation
• Match each question with the right answer
• Complete the text with the missing verbs in the correct tense
• Read the letter and circle the correct option
• Join these sentences using connectors
• Now, write a dialogue between the thieves
• TENSES: - Simple Present , Present Continuous, Simple Past
• Grammar: - Prepositions, Comparatives & Superlatives, Possessive Adjectives, Objective Pronouns, Connectors

Kit 36 – Simple Present (2)

36 Simple Present (2) 10 pages + Key Answers 12 False Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


• Complete these sentences using one of the following verbs
• Read this text and complete it with the missing verbs in the simple present tense
• Go around the classroom and talk to as many students as possible about what they do on a typical day. Now, complete the following table
• Write 10 questions beginning with how often and answer them using these time expressions
• Write 10 questions about tony and answer them
• Order the words and write sentences
• Choose the present simple or the present continuous
• Make questions
• Cross out what is wrong
• True or false?
• Find 20 verbs
• Now write sentences using ten of those verbs

Kit 37 – The Alphabet – Part 1

37 The Alphabet – Part 1 10 pages 2 Beginner Ideal for 5 to 7-year-old children


• Match upper-case and lower-case letters (5 Pages) – A-E / F-K / L-Q / R-V / W-Z
• Trace the letters and words (5 Pages) - A-D / E-I / J - N / O-S / T-Z

Kit 38 – The Alphabet – Part 2

38 The Alphabet – Part 2 10 pages 7 Beginner Ideal for 5 to 7-year-old children


• Circle the words that start with the following letters (vowels)
• Circle the starting sounds of words, and colour the pictures
• Fill in the missing letters
• Write six words that start with ...
• Trace the words and put them in alphabetical order
• For each picture, circle the correct spelling of the word
• Draw pictures of words that start with the following letters

Kit 39 – Parts of the house

39 Parts of the house 10 pages + Key Answers 12 Beginner Ideal for 6 to 11 -year-old children


• Imagine a perfect house. Draw it.
• Answer these questions
• Guess the rooms! Match the names with their definitions
• Where are they? What are they doing?
• Look at the picture and choose the correct word.
• Where can you find these things?
• True or false ?
• Furniture: - guess the names!
• Rooms: - guess the names!
• Find 20 words related to the house
• Now, write them down
• Houses and home - what kind of house do you prefer? Draw it.

Kit 40 – Certificates and rewards

40 Certificates and rewards 10 pages 20 certificates Ideal for 3 to 13 -year-old children


• Excellent Behaviour
• Certificate Of Attendance
• Certificate Of Excellence
• Certificate Of Participation
• Congratulations
• Good work
• Good Work
• Great Progress
• Great Work
• Huge Success
• Happy Birthday
• I’m a star student
• Student of the week (x2)
• You did it!
• Well done!
• Nice! Good Work
• Congratulations
• Keep on working hard
• Have a wonderful weekend

Kit 41 – Welcome Back to School Activities

41 Welcome Back to School Activities 10 pages + Key Answers 10 Beginner Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


• Welcome Back to School – title page
• Write your name in the center of the flower. In each petal, write the things you would like to learn during the school year.
• My Timetable
• Rules For Our Classroom
• More Rules For Our Classroom
• Make A Picture Of Your New Classroom. Don’t Forget To Draw Your Classmates And Your Teacher!
• Find Somebody in your Class who....
• Write about you! Or draw it!
• Back to School Wordsearch! How many words can you find hidden in the puzzle? Write them down!
• Guess the Secret Message From Your Teacher

Kit 42 – Modal Verbs

42 Modal Verbs - 8 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities - False Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


•Match these sentences –
•Choose the best alternative
•Write sentences that are true for you. Use: can - can't - could or couldn't.
• Circle the correct answer
•Diego has a new job in a restaurant. He has to learn a list of rules. Complete that list using: must or mustn't
•Fill the following spaces using:- can for present, - could for past and - will able to for future (affirmative or negative) put 'to' where necessary before the infinitives.
•Complete using: must - have to or has to
•Write sentences with: I think .... Should or I don't think .... Should
•Match these sentences - write them down
•Worsearch !!! Find these modal verbs: can - could - should - must - need – ought
•Now write sentences using them!

Kit 43 – Prepositions

43 Prepositions - 9 pages + Key Answers – 12 activities - False Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


•True or false?
•Preposition of time and date: in, or, at ? Complete.
•Complete the sentences using: in, or, at . (If a sentence does not need a preposition, put a cross on the line).
•Cross out what is wrong
•Fill the spaces in the following sentences by using: for or since.
•Complete the sentences with your own ideas.
•Put in: in // on // at
•Circle the correct option
• Complete this crossword using prepositions
•Draw pictures using these sentences as a guide
•Wordsearch - can you find 20 hidden prepositions?
•Write them down:
•Complete these sentences using...

Kit 44 – Articles

44 Articles - 8 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities - False Beginner / Elementary Ideal for 9 to 13 -year-old children


•Insert 'a' or 'an' if necessary
•Cross out what is wrong
• Put in: a - an - or the
• Complete the table. Write the nouns in the box in the correct group.
•Complete the sentences. Use: 'a' or 'the' + one of these words.
• Put in 'the' where necessary. Write ok if the sentence is already correct.
•Complete the sentences with some of these ideas and the missing prepositions (a - an- the)
•Insert: a - an – the or my - your - his - her - our – their
• Choose the best option. A- an – the – one
•Complete the conversations. Use: a - an - the or --

Kit 45 – Welcome Back to School Activities 2

45 Welcome Back to School Activities 2 - 10 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities - Beginner / False Beginner Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


•All about me !!!
•My holidays
•At school - complete the following sentences with information about yourself.
•When I study... Complete with information about yourself.
•What do you do first?
•Complete these school rules
•Introducing yourself
•Write ten words for each category
•Classroom vocabulary - Look at the words and write them in alphabetical order on the lines below.
•How many school subjects can you find? - write them down

Kit 46 – Drawing and Colouring Activities

46 Drawing and Colouring Activities - 10 pages – 10 activities - Beginner Ideal for 5 to 7 -year-old children


•Draw a picture of your family
•Draw a picture of your classroom
•Draw your favourite animals
•Colour the numbers
•How do you come to school? Draw a picture and colour it.
•What are you wearing? Draw a picture of yourself
•I feel ill... Colour these pictures
•What are you doing? Draw a picture of yourself
• What is the weather like today? Colour these pictures.

Kit 47 – Question Tags

47 Question Tags - 6 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities - Elementary Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


•Read the following statements, adding the appropriate question - tag.
•Complete the question tags.
•Complete with the missing verbs.
•Add question tags to the following statements
•Complete the sentences with your own ideas.
•Find the appropriate question tags
•Add question tags to the following statements.
•Complete with the missing auxiliary verbs
•Match the sentences and the question tags
•Right or wrong?

Kit 48 – Easter Time

48 Easter Time - 10 pages + Key Answers – 9 activities - Elementary Ideal for 9 to 15 -year-old children


• Read and complete the following text
•How to celebrate a traditional Easter Sunday: write the following headings before the correct paragraph
•Easter around the world: read this text
•Now, write a composition about the way people celebrate Easter in your country
•Easter games for kids
•Easter wordsearch: - find the following hidden words!!!
•Write sentences describing these pictures
•Unscramble the letters and write "Easter words"
•Easter poems and quotes

Kit 49 – Months of the year - 12 pages

49 Months of the year - 12 pages- 12 activities – Beginner Ideal for 5 to 12-year-old children


•Colour the title page of each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December)

Kit 50 –Mini Tests – Beginner Level

50 - Mini Tests 15 pages + Key Answers - 7 mini tests – Beginner - Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children

•Test 1:
1) Introduce Yourself: - Write 5 sentences about you 2) Complete this dialogue 3) Complete this text with the verbs: 4) Match (please, use different colours) 5) Write about
your typical day (at least ten sentences)
•Test 2: 
1) Complete this conversation 2) Answer these questions 3) Match 4) Write the conversation in the correct order 5) Read the text and choose the correct answers
•Test 3
1) Complete these sentences with: I - my - you - your - he - his - she – her 2) Write the numbers in words 3) Match the questions and the answers 4) Guess and write the family words and the jobs5) Circle the correct verb 6) Draw
•Test 4: 
1) Complete this conversation2) Answer these questions 3) Write questions about Susan
4) Write sentences about Peter
•Test 5: 
1) Complete this conversation 2) Answer 3) Answer about you 4) Guess the number 5) Guess the actions
•Test 6: 
1) Look at this timetable: Now, answer these questions & Complete these sentences 2) Answer these questions about you 3) Complete using: he - she - his – her 4) Complete this conversation  5)  Match (Use different colours, please!)
•Test 7: 
1) Complete this conversation 2) Guess these words 3) Add up these numbers 4) Complete 5) Write about your best friend
•TENSES: - Simple Present (to be/have got/can/routines –there is/are)
•GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY: - Personal information – Greetings - Actions – Personal Pronouns – Possessive Adjectives – Numbers 1 /20 – Parts of the house – Jobs – Family Members – Clothes – Colours – Nationalities – School objects – School subjects – Ordinal numbers – Days of the week – Meals -

Kit 51 –Mini-tests Elementary Level

51 Mini Tests - 10 pages + Key Answers - 4 mini tests - Elementary Ideal for 9 to 15-year-old children

•Test 1:
1)Read the following text and answer the questions  2)Match these words with their definitions  3)Read about Kate's favourite animal and complete the text with the words from the box  4)Giant Pandas' Appearance: - complete with the missing verbs  
•Test 2: 
1)Read this text about Eddie and circle the correct verbs 2)Complete the following dialogue between Eddie and his new schoolmate  3)Write a paragraph about you and your friends answering the following questions as a guide 
•Test 3
1)Read the text about Entre Rios: true or false?  2)Write a paragraph about your life in ten years from now  3)Read the text and complete with a word from the boxQuick facts about Alicia Keys: write ten questions about herRead the dialogue between Kate and her new classmate And circle the correct tense of the verbs
•Test 4: 
1)Complete this text about Christmas Day & Eve  2)Cross out what is wrong  3)Put the verbs in the correct tense.  4) ) Your teacher has a list of sentences. What are the questions you have to ask her? The answers are underlined.
•TENSES: - Simple Present (to be/have got/can/routines –there is/are)
- Simple Past – Simple Future - Going To – Present Perfect – Past Continuous

Kit 52 – Present Continuous (2)

52 – Present Continuous (2) – 10 pages + Key Answers – 13 activities – Beginner / Elementary Level – Ideal for 7 to 13 year-old children


•Read the following text. Underline the verbs in the Present Continuous tense. Then draw a picture illustrating the text.
•Now, answer these questions
•Complete these sentences using: IS - ARE or AM
• Cross out what is wrong
•Complete using some of the following verbs
•Miss Jones, our teacher, is talking about the class. Complete with the missing verbs.
•Match using different colours
•Guess the actions!
•Complete this crossword
• WORDSEARCH: - Find ten hidden verbs!
•And write sentences using them
• Look at the pictures and describe what the people are doing
•Write sentences using the following verbs

Kit 53 – Simple Present & Present Continuous

53 – Simple Present & Present Continuous – 7 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities – Beginner / Elementary Level – Ideal for 7 to 13 year-old children


•Complete the sentences as in the example
•Cross out what is wrong
•Complete the texts with the missing words
•Look at the table and write sentences about these people. Follow the given example.
•Complete the sentences. Use the Simple Present or Present Continuous form of the verbs in brackets.
•Complete the sentences using: am not – isn't – aren't – don't – doesn't
•Choose ten activities from the list and write ten sentences in the Simple Present Tense and ten sentences in the Present Continuous Tense (affirmative, negative or interrogative)
•Match using different colours
•Answer these questions
•Complete the e-mail. Use the Present Simple or Present Continuous of the verbs in brackets

Kit 54 – Simple Past (2)

54 – Simple Past (2) – 10 pages + Key Answers – 12 activities – Beginner / Elementary Level – Ideal for 7 to 13 year-old children


•Re-write these sentences using the verbs in the Past Tense.
•Write the negative form of these sentences
•Complete the sentences using some of the following verbs.
• Match using different colours
•Write a paragraph about you using these questions as a guide.
•Complete this crossword with the verbs in the past.
•Find 20 verbs in the past
•Now, write them in the correct column
•Guess these past verbs and complete the sentences below using them.
• Complete the conversation with the missing questions
•Complete the sentences with the missing verbs
•Order the words and write sentences

Kit 55 – Simple Past (3)

55 – Simple Past (3) – 8 pages + Key Answers – 11 activities – Beginner / Elementary Level – Ideal for 7 to 13 year-old children


•Complete the questions with the missing verbs. Then answer them.
•Put the words in the right order
•Complete the answers using the given information
•Write a story in the past tense. Use the following questions as a guide.
•Group the verbs in the box under the correct headings in the table.
• Make as many sentences as possible in 20 minutes
•Mr. Jones was very busy last week. Look at his diary and answer the questions
•What did they do yesterday? Write sentences about Steve and Kelly
•What about you? What about your best friend?
• Complete and write sentences.
•Look at the following information. Miss Sanchez wrote about Christian. Now, write a few sentences about Jessie, Tony and his sister

Kit 56 – Future: Going To (2)

56 – Future: Going To (2) – 8 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities – Beginner / Elementary Level – Ideal for 7 to 13 year-old children


•True or False?
•Cross out what is wrong
•Complete Peter's plans for the weekend. Use the verbs in the box.
•Write 'Yes' or 'No' questions. Use 'be going to'.
•Complete this 'Going To' crossword.
•Write sentences about your plans for the Winter Holidays. Use some of the words in the box.
• Complete this text using the verbs in the 'Going To - Future'
•Now write a similar paragraph about Carol and Nick. Use the following information.
•Complete these sentences with your own ideas (Use 'be going to')
•Going To – Wordsearch Find ten verbs to complete the sentences below

Kit 57 – Mini Tests – Beginner Level

57 - Mini Tests 10 pages + Key Answers - 3 mini tests – Beginner - Ideal for 7 to 10-year-old children

•Test 1:
•1) Draw
• 2) Answer
•3) Complete
•Write 'Yes' or 'No' questions. Use 'be going to'.
•4) Complete with the words in the box
•5) Match using different colours Use some of the words in the box.
•6) Circle the correct word.
•7) Complete with the bubbles.
•Test 2:
•1) Read and colour
•2) Read and complete with the missing words
•3) Circle the correct option
•4) Read, draw and colour
•3) Complete with can or can't.
•4) Look at the picture and answer
•Test 3 :
•1) Join with an arrow
•2) Answer
•3) Circle the correct option
•4) Read, draw and colour
•5) Read and draw in the correct box
•5) Order the words and write sentences
•TENSES:
- Present of To be / have got / can / likes / to be wearing
•GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY:
- How old? – Numbers 1 – 12 – Family Members - Colours – Adjectives – The Weather – Whose? - What? – Names – A/An – Parts of the body – Clothes – Food

Kit 58 – Mini Tests – Beginner Level

58 - Mini Tests 10 pages + Key Answers - 3 mini tests – Beginner - Ideal for 7 to 12-year-old children

•Test 1:
•1)Complete the dialogue with the missing letters
• 2) Read and colour
•3) Colour the pictures and answer
•Write 'Yes' or 'No' questions. Use 'be going to'.
•4) How many … are there? Draw
•5) Join with an arrow
•6) Look at the drawing and write
•7)Read the sentences and draw a picture
•Test 2:
•1) Read and draw
•2) What toys have you got? Complete and draw
•3) Complete with the missing words
•4) Guess the name of the colours
•5) Read and draw
•Test 3 :
•1) Write the words
•2) Write : I like or I don't like
•3) Write sentences
•4) Complete using: like // likes // don't // doesn't // do // does
•5) Complete these sentences with your own ideas
•6) Join with an arrow
•TENSES:
- Present of To be / have got / likes
•GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY:
- Greetings – Names – Toys – Colours – What? – How many? – Numbers 1 – 20 – Food

Kit 59 – Mini Tests – False Beginner/Elementary Level

59 - Mini Tests 10 pages + Key Answers - 3 mini tests – False Beginner/Elementary - Ideal for 8 to 13-year-old children

•Test 1:
•1) Make sentences in the future (going to) using the following words
• 2) Circle the mistake
•3) Colour the correct alternative
•4) Complete the questions with: do – does – is – are
•5) Make the following sentences negative
•6) Read this text and answer all the questions below
•Test 2:
•Read this text and answer the questions
•Complete the text with some words from the box
•Circle the correct verb
•4) Complete the dialogue using some of the following questions
•Match using different colours
• Guess these words
•Test 3 :
•1) Read this text and answer the questions
•2) Complete the text with the correct words
•3)Complete the conversation using some of these words or expressions
•4) Write a paragraph about you. Use the following questions as a guide

•TENSES:
- Simple Present – Present Continuous – Have Got – Can – Simple Past
•GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY:
- Possessive Adjectives – Personal Information

Kit 60 – Mini Tests – False Beginner/Elementary Level

60 - Mini Tests 9 pages + Key Answers - 2 mini tests – Elementary - Ideal for 8 to 15-year-old children

•Test 1:
•1) Write a composition of 80 - 120 words on one of the following topics
• 2) Choose the correct option and complete the sentences
•3) Answer these questions (give a full answer in the past)
•4) Complete using these prepositions
•5)Put the words in order and make a sentence
•Test 2:
• Circle the odd one out and complete the boxes with the following words. Now choose 5 words and write sentences using them
• Circle the correct verbs
• Complete the text with the missing words
•Write questions using these words
•Use some of these words to complete the questions
• Write a letter to a new penfriend. Include the following information
•TENSES:
- Present – Present Continuous –Simple Past - Present Perfect – Past Continuous – Going To Future
•GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY:
- Tag Questions – Conditional Sentences Type 1 – Too/Enough – Modal verbs – Adjectives – Prepositions – Personal Questions – Wh- questions

Kit 61 Welcome Back to school Activities

3 - 10 pages + Key Answers – 10 activities – Level: Beginner / False Beginner - Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


• School words: - find the missing letters. Then colour the pictures
• Unscramble the school words. Then colour the pictures.
• Match the school words to their pictures
• Find the school words in the wordsearch. Write them down
• Circle the starting sound of these school words
• Match the syllables to make ten school words
• Put the following school words in alphabetical order
• Find synonyms of school related words
• Circle the correct spelling of the following school words. Then colour the pictures.
• Find the school words in the wordsearch. Write them down

Kit 62 - Welcome Back to school Activities

4 – 10 pages – 10 activities – Level: Beginner / False Beginner - Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


• Describe your best school friend: Draw a picture of your best school friend in the center oval. Write six adjectives describing him/her.
• How many words can you make using the letters from: 'We are back to school'?
• Draw a picture of how you get to school and write about it.
• List 8 things you'd like to learn this year. Illustrate them.
• What kind of learner am I ? Circle the ideas that describe you
• Word recognition
• My schoolmates
• Our birthdays: complete with the names of your students
• Classroom language: Complete
• Our name

Kit 63 - Back to School Cards

6 pages – 5 cards – Level: Beginner - Ideal for 3 to 7-year-old children


Cards:

• Blocks

• Art      

• Drama

• Library

• Music  

Kit 64 - Welcome Back to school - Vocabulary Cards 1

10 pages – 19 cards – Level: Beginner / False Beginner - Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


Cards:
• Pupil/Teacher
• Pencil
• School Bag
• Pencil Case
• Copybook
• Crayon
• Rubber
• Pen
• Book
• Board
• Glue
• Ruler
• Sharpener
• Chair
• Desk
• Scissors
• Chalk
• Dustbin
• Board Duster

Kit 65 - Welcome Back to school - Vocabulary Cards 2

10 pages – 19 cards – Level: Level: Beginner / False Beginner - Ideal for 6 to 10 -year-old children


Cards:
• Sit down
• Circle
• Colour
• Complete
• Cross out
• Draw
• Play
• Read
• Listen
• Make questions
• Match
• Imagine
• Tick
• Cut
• Write
• Think
• Find
• Dance
• Sing

Kit 66 - 2015 Calendars

12 pages – 12 calendars – Level: Ideal for 4 to 12 -year-old children





Months - Calendars: - January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

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