Ebook english for elementary school

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Open English (Primary 1 to 6) is now on EDB's Recommended Textbook List. Open English will be ready for adoption by schools for the school year. Official Website of the The Ministry of Education (MOE) in Guyana. Collection of free electronic and interactive books available online and on the iPad. Appropriate for elementary students.

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Ebook English For Elementary School

Lessons for ESL kids, primary school lessons, videos for teaching English. Games, Online Quizzes, Video Lessons and eBooks preschool,1st to 6th grade. Each book is packed-full of games, exercises, and role-play scenarios. This series is appropriate for students at the upper-elementary or pre-intermediate levels. BookLibrary Manager | Grade Level | Third. Elementary School - eBook. eBOOKS: An English Manual - For the Elementary School - eBook.

These textbookshave been written by a team of experts and supported by experienced Educators, advised byInspectors, mentors and Deputy Head Masters. We have done our best to ensure that childrenundergo a pleasant learning experience. We have taken care to align the textbooks with very clearly defined learning outcomes and objectivesset for the subject. This present textbook provides clear indications of the diverse skills that childrenshould master at each stage. We are extremely thankful to all those who have provided us with constructive feedback, therebyenabling us to make this curriculum development endeavour come to fruition. We are also thankfulto the artists who carried out the illustrations, and to our graphic artists, who have tried their best tocreate the right layout for the books. The authors and the curriculum team, under the guidance ofProfessor Vassen Naeck, also deserve our thanks.

The teachers can thus adapt this textbook and the pace at which they progress through it, asper the level and needs of their pupils. It is hoped that teachers will exploit all the sections and activities which have been carefully thoughtout, in view of enhancing the teaching and learning of English in Grade 3.

Textbooks for Primary Schools (English Language)

Hello, my name is Wendy. Hello, my name is Sonia. Hello, my name is Tony. Hello, my name is Dax. OralHello, hello, we are back at school, back at school, back at school,Hello, hello, we are back at school, early in the morning. Hello, hello, we are with our friends, with our friends, with our friends,Hello, hello, we are with our friends, early in the morning.

Hello, hello, we greet our teacher, greet our teacher, greet our teacher,Hello, hello, we greet our teacher, early in the morning. Keywords: school friends teacher classActivity 2 — I trace, colour, and write how I feel to be back at school.

How do you feel?

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I feel There is one more! We can learnabout each other. Good idea!

My friends in Grade 3. Who can ride a bicycle? Who owns a pet dog? Who wears glasses? Who has a brother or sister inthis school? Who has gone swimming duringthe summer holidays? Who has travelled outsideMauritius? The new girl in Grade 3The pupils are in the classroom. They are sitting at their desks. Miss Mollyis the teacher. She welcomes all the pupils to Grade 3.

She is happy to seethem. Miss Molly sees a new pupil in the class. Her name is Seema. She is shy. Shedoes not want to talk. Miss Molly knows that all her pupils are nice children. Who wants to be her friend? All the pupils raise their hands. They all want tobe Seema's friend. This makes Seema happy. She likes her new Grade 3 class. Keywords: classroom desks teacher pupil shy nice friend happyActivity 5a - I shade the correct box if the answer is true or false1.

The pupils are sitting at their desks. Miss Polly is the teacher. The new pupil is angry. All the pupils want to be Seema's friend.

Seema does not like her new Grade 3 class. TFActivity 5b - I choose the correct words to complete the sentences. This is my friend Seema. Can you help me label the different parts of the picture? My friend Seema always wears clean clothes.

Can you help me label the different parts of this picture too? It is important to learn all the classroom rules! This is a poem about going to school. Going to school Going to school, Being happy, Making friends. Going to class, Where I learn And keep it clean.

ESL Lessons for Kids, English for Primary school kids, 3rd Grade

Learning my numbers 1, 2, 3, Learning my letters a, b, c. Across: 1. How do I feel when I am with my friends? A place where I meet my teachers and friends. NActivity 9a - I add full-stops to the short story. Grammar Do you remember the short story we read together? The new girl in Grade 3The pupils are in the classroom They are sitting at their desks Miss Molly isthe teacher She welcomes all the pupils to Grade 3Miss Molly knows that all her pupils are nice children 11 Unit 1 : Welcome to Grade 3 Activity 9b - I rewrite the sentences correctly using capital letters.

Every sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a full-stop. Rewrite the following sentences with the correct capital letters and full stops. I want my new friend Seema to know things about me. This is my letter to her. Hi Seema, My name is Mika. I am seven years old. I live in Pretty Town.

I like reading and swimming. My favourite subject is English. This year, I am excited about Sports Day at school. I am happy to be your friend. Now, write a letter to your friend about yourself. You may use the words given or add your own. In Grade 2 we learned am, are, and is.

Complete the sentences below using these words. We also use am, are, or is when verbs are in the present continuous tense. We use verbs in the present continuous tenseto say what we are doing now. Example: The girls are jumping jump. JumpJumping Hello. My name 2. Colour the words with this sound in blue!

Circle the words below that contain this sound. The first one has been done for you. Sonia says you are really good at identifying sounds. Can you please help me with this activity?

You are doing great! I listen to and read the following poem.

My work will be the finest And I will not make a mess. I will play nicely And I will work neatly. This I promise With a big kiss! I listen to and say a tongue-twister. Red rats run around the playground. I choose the correct words to complete the sentences. I fill in the blanks with the correct words. I write the words below in the correct circles. I like fruits and vegetables I like oranges. I like oranges.

They are a fruit. They are round and juicy. They taste good. I like cabbages. They are a vegetable. They are green and crunchy. The family is in the kitchen. Suzan wants to preparelunch for her family. The selection frequently changes so check back often. You can create a list of books you would love to receive for the classroom and share with parents or simply add a link to your email signature. Ask and maybe you shall receive!

Keep your eye out for special events. Some locations even offer a Build-A-Box option! Definitely join a reading club. The Scholastic Reading Program is a fabulous source for acquiring books for your classroom. When parents download books through your classroom catalogue you earn bonus points to spend on books for your class library.

The more parents order, the more free books you receive. There are options for all parent budgets. We also found this blog post that has some fabulous ideas for boosting parent downloads! You can also shop the online Scholastic Teacher Store. Occasionally they offer free shipping days to make it even more affordable. Visit your local library sale. Public libraries receive book donations on a regular basis. Most of these titles do not actually land on library shelves but instead are saved for book sales.

The majority of these sales are sponsored by Friends of the Library volunteer groups. Call your local library to find out when they will hold their next sale. You can also check Book Sale Finder to find sales in your state. Peruse garage sales. The prices vary but usually you can negotiate and download them very inexpensively. Your best bet is to search for neighborhood-wide garage sales so you can visit a large number in the same area. Grab some teacher friends and make a fun morning out of it!

Scour resale shops. It can sometimes be a scavenger hunt but you should be able to find some fun titles to add to your classroom library. You can also shop annual consignment sales as well.

These typically have lower prices that stores. Find a consignment sale happening near you. Be on the lookout for book drives. Half-Price books conducts a book drive every winter and distributes these books to nonprofit organizations, schools and hospitals during the month of April.

Bookmark the Half-Pint Library page and check back every year to find a giveaway event in your area. The request forms typically become available in March with giveaway events occurring in April.

Ask for parent donations. If parents know that donating books to the classroom is an option, they may choose you over donating to a resale shop. Put a sticker inside donated books.