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This pack of 50 activities will save you time and let you concentrate on the most important thing - your students! From levels A1 to C1, each activity introduces new vocabulary, key grammar concepts, and fun facts from fast fashion to football. 

Fun, engaging and dynamic, these activities have been designed by TESOL experts with more than 30 years of experience teaching English to students. 

These handy PDFs can be used as standalone activities or folded into your existing lesson plans to create new and interesting ways to learn and practice English.


Once purchased, the lesson plans will be added to the user's account and will be available in the download section of the virtual campus. Each user will also receive an email with a unique link where the download will be available.

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A1 Activities

  • Activity 1 - Animal Vocabulary and Categories
  • Activity 2 - Name 10 Things / Vocabulary
  • Activity 3 - Clothes 
  • Activity 4 - Colours
  • Activity 5 - Describing Jobs
  • Activity 6 - Family Trees
  • Activity 7 - The Odd One Out
  • Activity 8 - Geography Word Unscrambler
  • Activity 9 - Holidays Gap Fill
  • Activity 10 - Parts of the Body 

A2 Activities

  • Activity 1 - Adverbs of Frequency
  • Activity 2 - Expressing preferences
  • Activity 3 - First Conditional
  • Activity 4 - Present Simple vs Present Continuous
  • Activity 5 - Past Simple vs Past Continuous
  • Activity 6 - The Future Tense
  • Activity 7 - Prepositions of Place
  • Activity 8 - Reading Practice: “Football Fans Angry over European Super League”
  • Activity 9 - Reading Practice “Amazing Adventurers”
  • Activity 10 - Listening Practice “Two Americans Living in London”

B1 Activities

  • Listening 1 - “Football and the World Cup”
  • Listening 2 - “Moving to a New Country”
  • Reading 1 - “Negotiating Skills”
  • Reading 2 - “Sustainable Fashion”
  • Reading 3 - “A Room with a View”
  • Speaking 1 - “Transport”
  • Speaking 2 - “Websites”
  • Speaking 3 - “Describing a TV Show”
  • Writing 1 - Formal VS Informal Email Style
  • Writing 2 - “Trade Fairs”

B2 Activities

  • Listening 1 - “Music”
  • Listening 2 - “Small Talk”
  • Reading 1 - “A Stroke of Genius”
  • Reading 2 - “Alone Together”
  • Reading 3 - “Tea”
  • Speaking 1 - “Sharing Viewpoints”
  • Speaking 2 - “Chatting and Small Talk” and Idioms
  • Speaking 3 - “Problems”
  • Writing 1 - “Travel Complaints”
  • Writing 2 - “Wealth” 

C1 Activities

  • Listening 1 - “New Zealand Covid-Free”
  • Listening 2 - “The Hidden Risks of Sitting”
  • Reading 1 - “Spider Home Invasion”
  • Reading 2 - “A Tale of Survival”
  • Reading 3 - “The Happy Prince”
  • Speaking 1 - “The Benefits of Boredom”
  • Speaking 2 - “Free Speech”
  • Speaking 3 - “Minimalism”
  • Writing 1 - “Internet and Smartphone Use”
  • Writing 2 - Creative Writing and Using Descriptive Adjectives
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    About

    This pack of 50 activities will save you time and let you concentrate on the most important thing - your students! From levels A1 to C1, each activity introduces new vocabulary, key grammar concepts, and fun facts from fast fashion to football. 

    Fun, engaging and dynamic, these activities have been designed by TESOL experts with more than 30 years of experience teaching English to students. 

    These handy PDFs can be used as standalone activities or folded into your existing lesson plans to create new and interesting ways to learn and practice English.


    Once purchased, the lesson plans will be added to the user's account and will be available in the download section of the virtual campus. Each user will also receive an email with a unique link where the download will be available.

    More information

    A1 Activities

    • Activity 1 - Animal Vocabulary and Categories
    • Activity 2 - Name 10 Things / Vocabulary
    • Activity 3 - Clothes 
    • Activity 4 - Colours
    • Activity 5 - Describing Jobs
    • Activity 6 - Family Trees
    • Activity 7 - The Odd One Out
    • Activity 8 - Geography Word Unscrambler
    • Activity 9 - Holidays Gap Fill
    • Activity 10 - Parts of the Body 

    A2 Activities

    • Activity 1 - Adverbs of Frequency
    • Activity 2 - Expressing preferences
    • Activity 3 - First Conditional
    • Activity 4 - Present Simple vs Present Continuous
    • Activity 5 - Past Simple vs Past Continuous
    • Activity 6 - The Future Tense
    • Activity 7 - Prepositions of Place
    • Activity 8 - Reading Practice: “Football Fans Angry over European Super League”
    • Activity 9 - Reading Practice “Amazing Adventurers”
    • Activity 10 - Listening Practice “Two Americans Living in London”

    B1 Activities

    • Listening 1 - “Football and the World Cup”
    • Listening 2 - “Moving to a New Country”
    • Reading 1 - “Negotiating Skills”
    • Reading 2 - “Sustainable Fashion”
    • Reading 3 - “A Room with a View”
    • Speaking 1 - “Transport”
    • Speaking 2 - “Websites”
    • Speaking 3 - “Describing a TV Show”
    • Writing 1 - Formal VS Informal Email Style
    • Writing 2 - “Trade Fairs”

    B2 Activities

    • Listening 1 - “Music”
    • Listening 2 - “Small Talk”
    • Reading 1 - “A Stroke of Genius”
    • Reading 2 - “Alone Together”
    • Reading 3 - “Tea”
    • Speaking 1 - “Sharing Viewpoints”
    • Speaking 2 - “Chatting and Small Talk” and Idioms
    • Speaking 3 - “Problems”
    • Writing 1 - “Travel Complaints”
    • Writing 2 - “Wealth” 

    C1 Activities

    • Listening 1 - “New Zealand Covid-Free”
    • Listening 2 - “The Hidden Risks of Sitting”
    • Reading 1 - “Spider Home Invasion”
    • Reading 2 - “A Tale of Survival”
    • Reading 3 - “The Happy Prince”
    • Speaking 1 - “The Benefits of Boredom”
    • Speaking 2 - “Free Speech”
    • Speaking 3 - “Minimalism”
    • Writing 1 - “Internet and Smartphone Use”
    • Writing 2 - Creative Writing and Using Descriptive Adjectives