Animals is a great topic to start learning English because children are fascinated with animals and can use their imagination in playtime, motivating them for further English courses. Animals course contains four lessons.

This course content supports core developmental learning areas and emphasizes on expressive language, articulation, gross motor skills, social skills and builds up a wide vocabulary on animals.

 

Course Content

Lessons
1 FARM ANIMALSPurchase course to view the lesson
  • 1 video
  • 1 lesson plan
  • 9 flashcards
  • 1 song
  • 10 worksheets
  • 2 games
  • 1 dialogue picture card

Children learn farm animal vocabulary.  Practice oral skills and vocabulary and expressive language by singing ‘Old MacDonald had a farm’ song.  Children will practice oral skills and sight recognition.

2 INSECTS & BEE PLAYPurchase course to view the lesson
  • 1 video
  • 1 lesson plan
  • 9 flashcards
  • 2 rhymes
  • 4 worksheets
  • 2 picture cards
  • 1 game

Children will learn insect and bug vocabulary and learn new rhymes. During playtime encourage the children to move around like bees and articulate the buzzing sound that bees make.  Finger play while saying rhymes is a great way to learn new vocabulary stimulating cognitive thinking and fine motor skills.

3 WILD ANIMALSPurchase course to view the lesson
  • 1 video
  • 1 lesson plan
  • 17 flashcards
  • 2 songs
  • 5 worksheets
  • 1 game
  • 1 wild animals story
  • 3 picture cards

Children will learn wild animal vocabulary and learn new songs. Encourage the children to use their imagination and to add movement and expressive language while singing and playing.  A good way to calm the children down for a relaxing time is to play animal yoga or animal stretching.  Children will practice oral skills and sight recognition.

4 PETSPurchase course to view the lesson
  • 1 video
  • 1 lesson plan
  • 8 flashcards
  • 1 songs and rhymes
  • 6 worksheets
  • 3 games
  • 1 picture cards

Children will learn animal-pet vocabulary and learn a new song. Encourage the children to use expressive language and make the animal noises and move like the animals.  Talk about Pets and encourage children to act out what type of pet they have or show a picture of their pet and say a few words about their pet in English.