ESL Lesson Plan for Spring
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ESL Activities for Spring - ESL Lesson Plan
Spring ESL reading:
My favourite season is spring. I like spring because everything is new and fresh. I love to hear the birds singing, the new flowers blossoming, and the leaves on the trees budding.
Where I live, it rains a lot in the spring. I like to wear my rain boots and rain coat and splash in the puddles outside when it is raining.
We have a saying which goes, “April showers bring May flowers”. Mayflowers are pretty little flowers which smell very sweet. I like to pick mayflowers in the spring and give them to my grandmother, she loves them!
Spring ESL Vocabulary:
The Present Tenses
Match the name of the tense with the definition and the example sentence. Two definitions are for one tense.
Look at the following sentences and complete them with the correct verb form using the verb in brackets ( ).
Example: My sister usually ((call) every weekend.
My sister usually calls every weekend.
Spring Vocabulary and Spelling
Unscramble the letters to make words from the text about spring.
mlssoob - aelves – nssoae – dpduels – gindudb
Homophones are words that are spelled differently but are pronounced the same. Match the homophones below, be careful! Some are not homophones!
Spring – Summer – Autumn – Winter
What is the weather like in the seasons above? Talk about seasons with your partner. Discuss:
Write about your favourite season. Describe:
Some countries have four seasons, but some countries have three or two. Research using the internet to find countries that have three or two seasons. Research countries that have seasons but with different names eg. ‘rainy season’.