Read-aloud grandmother Franske: Read stories
Franske is a proud grandmother who selects special picture books to read. Well-known and less well-known books. Not only for toddlers and preschoolers, but also for older children. There are very old books from the time when her own children were …
Capital letters and punctuation marks: Exercises
Work sheet with sentences in which students must circle the words that must be written with a capital letter.
In the following exercises they complete the punctuation marks.
Pudding Tarzan: Write a letter
Students listen to an excerpt from the book Pudding Tarzan . The book is about Iwan, a boy who is bullied.
Students think about how they can help Iwan. They write him a letter with their tips.
The Flying Dutchman
Pupils listen to an online radio play about De Vliegende Hollander . Afterwards they answer the questions on the worksheet.
Literal and figurative use of language
The difference between literal and figurative language is explained at the top of the worksheet.
After that, students write down next to each sentence whether it concerns literal or figurative language use. They also come up with a few sentences …
Sorting Alphabetically: Sorting Exercises
In this interactive exercise, seven times six words are offered for students to arrange alphabetically. Each exercise has a different theme (fruit, math, furniture ...).
In the eighth exercise, students should arrange 42 words alphabetically.
In the …
Stijn Moekaars: Youth writer and musician
Teacher and youth writer Stijn Moekaars has already written numerous fine children's books, including Millie Duizendvoet . In that capacity you can book him for an author reading. As a teacher, he also writes an essay every Wednesday on Radio BOO …
Students indicate the subject in the sentences. In the first part, help is offered by starting up the question sentence. In the second part, students themselves have to ask the right question to find the topic.
What AVI level is your child: Read report
Through this document, parents get a little information about the AVI levels and they see which AVI level their child has achieved.
What will the world look like in 100 years: Writing assignment
Students think about what the world will look like in 100 years. What will the schools of the future look like? What new inventions have been developed? What about the climate?
In a continuous story, the students write their vision of the future.
Word Classes: Bingo
With this bingo, students practice around the different parts of speech (articles, verbs, nouns and adjectives).