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    i have just started a new job at a day care centre for children between 9 and 14 and haven't got a clue what to do with them for a fun activity to pass time, could you help me pls?[/b]

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    I'm afraid I teach adults, so I can't help much, but check out Sites for Teachers for activities.

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    Do origami, start your own version of "Who wants to be a millionaire" using vocabulary words, idioms and sayings as questions. Divide children into two groups to compete.

    We ESL learners talk about English all the time, is this "a bee in the bonnet," or something like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmo
    We ESL learners talk about English all the time, is this "a bee in the bonnet," or something like that?


    Is that what you had in mind?

    :)

    Congrats on #100!

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    Yes to the idiom.

    Isn't that something, hooray! I hit 100. Thank you all for all the helps. This is an excellent place to learn and share; a friendly place to participate in discussions. BMO

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