Easter Lesson Plan-Have a start! Easter is a time when little children are in quest of chocolate eggs, petting the Easter Bunny, filling their baskets with candies, and so on. How about some different activities in your English classrooms? Here we are suggesting a simple lesson plan for this day. It will not only enlighten your classroom with joy, but it will make your students progress with the language. They will be active, with a desire to speak and add joy to the lesson.
What to teach to your students? Easter Lesson Plan.
Through various activities, your students will not only enrich their vocabulary related to easter. As a result, they will be able to use grammatical structures such as Simple Present and prepositions of place. In what way? Let’s get started.
WARM-UP-teaching /revising vocabulary on Easter
To make your kids find out what the lesson will be about you may introduce the topic through this short video displaying words related to Easter.
What is the lesson about?
Do you know any Words related to Easter?
Let us practice together. Here, you can use the video by pausing it and introducing the words ex. Easter egg, bunny, chick, candies, daffodils, etc.
Students work with pronunciation and vocabulary.
As an additional activity, you can have a game ex. Writing other English words with the word EASTER, BUNNY, etc through an acrostic.
Follow up activities-
Students practice reading a text about Easter and check their comprehension through exercises. This way they practice the simple present.
The attached material may be used for this phase of the lesson. Include games and exercises that arise interest in the students. This is a class where they not only want to learn but also relax and have fun.
Or you can also show them a short video about Easter and ask them questions about it. They may ask and answer each other as well to develop their speaking skills and enforce the vocabulary.
If you want to practice the prepositions of place you may have a treasure hunt game. Students in groups may hide some treats around the classroom and give directions to the other members of the group
ex. Walk straight. Turn left. Look under……
or ask questions to get directions
ex. Is it near the window? Is it under the desk?
The students should be left with a feeling of satisfaction out of this class.
Ask them to invite a friend for Easter by writing a postcard.
Send an Easter egg they create out of cardboard with a wish on it.
Sing easter songs.
Let your students be creative and free. Here, in Lisa Learning, we are having fun these days! Hope even your classes are full of fun and joy, too.