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Little Live Pets Stories for Kids | Tips for teachers from Steve | ESL English for Children

Little Live Pets Stories for Kids | Tips for teachers from Steve | ESL English for Children


Hey teachers and parents, hints and tips after
the story. Oh, Hello again. Hi. I’ve had a picnic in
forest. I am going home. So come on, come with me. Oh, listen. What’s that? Hey! What
is it? Oh, look. Hey. Look, what can you see? What is it? Yeah, it’s a frog. Wow! Hey,
say it with me, like a frog. So, what is it, come on you say. It’s a frog. That’s right.
It’s a frog. One more time, it’s a frog. Yeah. Oh, hey little frog. I am going home.
Why don’t you come with me? Hey, come on then, wow! I’ll put you in my basket. Great!
Hey. Ok little frog, you are coming home with me.
Oh… Hey, what’s that down there? Oh dear, look, what can you see? What is it? Yeah,
it’s a worm. Hello little worm. Say it with me, come on, show me a little worm and say,
it’s a worm. Hey, little worm, you can come home with me. Come on, I’ll put you in my
basket. Great! I have got two new friends a frog and a worm.
Oh, hey, what’s that? What can you see? Little butterfly. You can come home with me.
Come on, ohhh. Wow! Great! Come on, let’s all go home together, hey.
… and they all lived happily ever after and that is the end of the story. Oh dear.
Hey Steve, what are you doing? I am reading a story to my new friends. But they all look
sad. You are right. They are sad. They want to go home. Of course, they want to go home.
Yeaaah. Silly me. Oh. Hey, that’s better. Look, the frog is happy
now, he is back at home. Bye, bye. Hey, and look. The worm is happy, he’s a back at
his home. Bye, bye. Oh, and look. The butterfly is happy. He’s back home to. Bye, bye. See
you next time. Bye. Hi there. Hey. Do your children like looking
for bugs in the garden?! Yes? Then I am sure they enjoyed this clip which came from the
Wow! YELLOW book, for children learning English. And here is the lovely colourful work sheet
that goes with the clip. Ok. So the great way to follow up this video is by playing
the game “Mime Freeze.” Divide the children into 2 teams. Ask one team to close or cover
their eyes as you show the other team a bug flashcard or two. Encourage them to start
miming the different creatures but quickly shout stop and show the children that they
must freeze in whatever position they are in. Now you can ask the first team to look
at the funny poses the children are in and name the creatures they see. If appropriate
they can say “I can see a butterfly” or “Adam is a frog”. Have fun everyone and I’ll see
you next time. Bye for now. Bye bye.

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