Don't use any textbook, Diana. Use real life situaions, ones that the students can see to help them learn all the structures of English. That's exactly how we teach children to learn English and it's exactly how every other language group teaches their children their language.
If you want to practice 'bounce/roll/kick/throw/drop', get a ball and do so. You can practice every structure of language with real things used in real actions.
If you want to practice 'write/draw/scribble/henscratch/, get some paper and pens or pencils and do so.
If you want to practice 'rip/tear/shred/fold/cut/glue/staple/crease/mark up/etc, get some paper and other stationery items and do so.
This will do two things. Make your students functional faster and make them realize that English is real and that they can use it in their everyday lives.
Both are vital to learning a language.