EDIT: As of Friday May 12th, this post has been updated to included additional photo booth props. Read the post for more. I promised more camp materials before the summer vacation arrived and I'm horribly behind with posts, so here is part 1 of my Alice in Wonderland Camp preparation. I'm hoping that this will… Continue reading Wonderland Camp | 1
PREVIOUSLY, I posted a number of PPT games that I like to use in classes, but now I'm turning to the more traditional board game, and a classic at that. I remember playing hours and hours of snakes and ladders as a child - I have no idea if the board is still at home,… Continue reading Stay Away From The Snakes!
I'M sure it is a surprise to no one that when it come to teaching a language, textbooks can sometimes leave you lacking. Be that grammar, content or motivation, it makes our job an awful lot harder. This year, after talking to my Co-Teacher, I have a year long project that I'm going to attempt… Continue reading EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!
LAST week, tragedy struck. I go to back up my usb, it's about time, it's been a while. Imagine the horror when I can't locate it on the computer. It's plugged in, but it's not being recognised. Long story short, that's a substantial amount of work lost! But I rallied, and turned it into a… Continue reading Balls, Bombs and Unicorns.