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'Zakręcone patyczki' to kolorowe sznureczki z woskiem.
Przyklejają się do papieru, szkła, plastiku, no i do siebie, dzięki czemu można z nich robić niesamowite modele, wzory i kształty. Można je przecinać tak, aby były różnej długości.
Nie wysychają!
Zakręcone patyczki to gwarantowana twórcza zabawa, pobudzająca wyobraźnię, zachęcająca do współpracy i wspólnej zabawy i śmiechu!

Dzieci podczas pracy twórczej rozwijają swoje umiejętności manualne, doskonalą koordynację wzrokowo-ruchową, kształtują umiejętności wyrażania środkami plastycznymi.

Soundtracks - gra z dźwiękami
Wspaniała gra planszowa z CD. Dzięki tej zabawie dzieci uczą się rozpoznawać i nazywać dźwięki i odgłosy z otaczającego ich świata. Gra wspomaga aktywne słuchanie, koncentrację oraz obserwację.

Puzzle to prosta i przyjemna forma nauki dla dzieci.
Łączy w sobie zalety zabawy tradycyjnymi puzzlami z nauką.

My First Number Pairs Puzzle -
to gra wspomagająca umiejętności arytmetyczne dziecka od najmłodszego wieku. Dziecko musi policzyć ilość przedmiotów na jednej karcie a następnie dopasować drugą kartę z odpowiednią liczbą.

Gra ta pomaga usprawniać procesy zapamiętywania, czytania oraz koncentracje uwagi.

pokey Hokey Pokey

You put your right hand in,
You put your right hand out,
You put your right hand in,
And you shake it all about.
You do the Hokey Pokey
And you turn yourself around,
That's what it's all about.

You put your left hand in,
You put your left hand out,
You put your left hand in,
And you shake it all about.
You do the Hokey Pokey
And you turn yourself around,
That's what it's all about.


Why use songs and chants with your class?

Songs can develop the four skill areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Learning English through songs develops a non-threatening classroom atmosphere in which the four language skills can be enhanced.

Songs and chants are a flexible resource for the language teacher and have a number of benefits:

- They make learning more memorable,
- They are an excellent way of practising rhytm and stress,
- Children learn songs and rhymes easily and quickly,
- Most songs and rhymes are made of prefabricated phrases with new words added between the set phrases,
- Songs and rhymes introduce children naturally and effectively to the sounds of English as well as stress and intonation.

(‘Developing Resources for Primary’ A. Cant and W. Superfine, Richmond Publishing)

1. Buzz!
e.g. 1,2,3, buzz!, 4,5,6, buzz!, 7,8,9, ...

2. Action!
e.g. 1,2,3, stand up!, 4,5,6, clap your hands!, 7,8,9, ...

3. Cross the road

This is a quiz comprehenson game. You’ll need to prepare questions before using this game in class.

4. What’s the time, Mr Wolf?
Choose one child to be Mr Wolf. He must stand against the wall, facing the wall. Then tell the children to stand far from the wolf.
Children ask the wolf ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ , The wolf answers by giving the time, e.g. ‘It’s two o’clock. Then the children move two steps forward, etc. Etc.
At any time in the game Mr Wolf can answer ‘It’s dinner time!’, when he says that, children must run away and try not to be caught by him.

5. Postman
Ask the children to sit in a circle on the floor. Ask one child to sit in the middle. This child is blindfolded.
Give every child the name of a country or town.
Explain that you’re going to post things from one place to another, e.g. ‘I’m sending a letter from London to Madrid.’ Tell the children who have these place names to change places without being caught by the child in the middle.
Write these instructions on the board:
..for a letter -> hop
..for an express letter -> run
..for a postcard -> crawl
..for a parcel -> skip
As they cross the circle they must say ‘I’m going to...’, etc.
If they get caught by the child in the middle, they change places.

6. Who’s wearing ..? a circle game
Students sit on a circle of chairs. There’s one child in the middle, who says ‘If you’re wearing... go!’ or ‘If you have....go!’

7. The ‘Yes/No’ game
Write a list of general questions which require the answer ‘Yes’ ‘No’.
Draw a line in the middle of the classroom. Tell the children to stand on one side of the line.
Ask the children ‘Has a horse got four legs?’ Tell the children, if the answer is ‘yes’ they must jump to the ‘Yes’ side.
More advanced students could think of their own questions.

8. Cat and mouse
This game is useful for teaching directions.
Choose a large space for the game. Choose one child to be the cat and the other to be the mouse and tell the other children to make three or four rows. They must spread out, face the same way and hold hands. The children form a sort of maze.
Say ‘Ready, steady, go!’ to start the game. The mouse runs between the rows and the cat chases it.
Call out the change of direction: ‘Change, turn right!’ The children whose arms are making the walls all drop hands and change direction. They turn to their right and hold hands across the rows. Then say ‘Change, turn left!’
When the mouse is caught, the game ends.

9. Adjectival Action
Write on the board an activity like "bush your teeth." Pick one student, he/she comes to the front of the class. Then show the child a card with an adjective written on it e.g. "slowly".
The chosen student then does the activity in the way of the adjective. The other students have to guess the adjective. The one who guesses right gets a point and mimes the next action which the teacher writes on the board. To help them you can give them a list of options, if you think they need some help.

10. Airplane competition
First, have your Ss make some paper airplanes. Stand the Ss in a line and let them test fly their planes. For the competition, assign different classroom objects points (e.g. table 5 points, door 10 points, bin 20 points). Ask a S a question and if s/he answers correctly then s/he can throw and try to hit one of the target objects to win points. This works well as a team game.

11. Apple Pass
Have all Ss sit in a circle. Use a fake apple and toss it to one S. But you must say one English word as you pass. The S then throws to another S and says a different English word. If the student you threw it to drops it, he/she is out. And the game keeps going until you have one winner. It can be played with different categories, such as Food, Animals, etc.

12. Bang!
Materials: Small peices of paper, shoe box or coffee can. Write words on pieces of paper and fold them in half (sight words, vocab, blends etc.). Also add a few cards that say "BANG!". Ss take turns picking cards and if they read the word correctly they get to keep the word. If they draw a BANG! card they yell BANG! and then return all their cards (except the BANG! card) to the can/box. Very simple but the kids love it and there are many variations for the game!

13. Blind Toss
Have Ss sit down in a circle. Place a mat on the floor with numbers and a flashcard (target vocabulary) on each number. Taking turns, each S gets blindfolded and tosses a beanbag so as to hit a number. S/he must call out that word the same number of times as the number indicates. For example: 4-dog, then "Dog, Dog, Dog, Dog! and the S gets the equal points (4). At the end, the S with the most points wins! Good for memorizing vocabulary since they are repeating words. (lub tj zabawa w klasy)

14. How many..?

15. Chinese whispers
a) in a circle
b) two rows
c) two groups, one passes the word, the other one times them by counting up to 10.

16. Simon Says
e.g. Simon Says touch your head. Etc.

Do as I say, not as I do -> Simon Says with a difference

First practice Simon Says with the Ss so that they understand the game and body parts. I find it works just as well omitting the 'Simon says'. Now tell them to do as you SAY, not as you do, and repeat playing the game - only this time, when you say 'touch your knees' etc, touch your ears instead, or any other part of your body. This is a good way to see who is listening to you correctly and who is just copying your movements.

17. Crocodile game
Choose a category / vocabulary to practice. Draw two lines on the floor to make a river. Tell the children that a crocodile lives in the river. Assign e.g. colours to each child.
The first time you play the game, be the croc yourself. Ask the children to stand on the bank of the river, everybody on the same side. You stand in the river and together drill the chant:

‘Crocodile, crocodile,
please may we X2
cross your river.’

Then the croc says: ‘Only’ and red crosses the river. Then you say: ‘Go!’ and the children run and try not to get caught. The child who gets caught becomes the crocodile.

18. Board games

19. Clothes Fun
Students form teams of 3. Each team has a bag with some clothes in it. The first team member puts on the clothes. He/She must say, "This is my shirt", "These are my trousers", "This is my hat" etc., with each item of clothing. Then when all the clothes are on, they say, " I'm dressed" and start removing the clothes, passing them to the next team member, who repeats the process. If you have some fancy high-heeled shoes and silly hats this is a really fun game! Very young beginner students will normally only say, "shirt", "hat" etc. but it's still a worthwhile game for the vocabulary.

20. Cross the River
Place flashcards on floor in winding manner. Each card represents a stepping stone in the river, as students must say word/phrase/question/etc in order to step on it and cross the river!

21. Shark

It’s a ‘hangman’ game but with a shark.

22. Pass the parcel
Prepare pieces of paper with sentences / questions and wrap them one by one in paper. Frist one then a layer of paper then onother one, etc. Play the music, parcel is passed from student to student, when the music stops, the person who is holding a parcel must unwrap one layer and read the question and answer it / OR / do the action / OR / mime what’s on a piece of paper for others to guess, etc. etc.

23. Spelling board race
Students stand in front of the board in two rows. Teacher says a word, e.g. ‘dog’ and students run to the board to write it, but one student can only write one letter of the word!



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