About this site

Thank you for visiting English Web Book. Here you will find many free activities for teachers teaching communicative English.

This is an archive of my lesson planning and ideas for your future classroom projects. Please use this site, primarily, as a way to make new ideas for your own way of teaching. If there is an activity you like the look of, I urge you to adapt it and make a more personal personal version for youself and the way you teach. If you want to copy it exactly, that’s good too but please don’t ask me to alter it and remove my details from the material… that’s your job 😉
Details on how to alter the JPG files that I have uploaded are here.

How do I use this site?

The lessons are organised in a few ways.

NEW

A list of the newest uploaded activities. I have hundreds and it takes time to write up and upload JPG copies of the files so I’ll be doing it on a weekly monthly basis. If you need something that’s not currently uploaded you can leave a comment on this page for a request and if I have something, I’ll upload it ASAP.

DIFFICULTY

A general difficultly grouping of; easy, medium and hard. There is also a TEMPLATE group for mostly blank activities.

TEXTBOOK

All the lessons ordered by the textbook page number and Target Language. I’ll add support for more textbooks if there is a request for it.

ACTIVITY

If you are looking for a particular activity type you can find ideas in here. Use it for inspiration to create a new activity for your Target Language.

GRAMMAR

A list of all the grammar points, on the site, in alphabetical order.

Why the watermark?

Feel free to cut off the watermark. It is primarily there to stop other PAID FOR teaching websites from selling on my activities that I’m giving away for free. I don’t feel that’s very fair. It’s definitely not a copyright disclaimer! (Update: all new activities do not have a watermark and are a higher resolution)

There is also a new Vocabulary section. Here you can see all the words the students know and don’t know depending on the page of the book they are currently studying.

You can leave comments anywhere, but general comments, mistakes, bug reports, feedback and requests are best living in here.

Thanks.

17 Responses

  1. Charlie says:

    Andy,

    Just a note of thanks for creating this website. It’s an efficient, accurate,
    and creative source for proven classroom activities. I’ve adapted a bunch of these ideas into my lessons. Very helpful.

  2. Colin says:

    Hey Andy,
    I saw your new activities and they look great. I know you work very hard to make these things for our students, so i just wanted to say thank you. Your games and worksheets have made their education better, and freed up time for me to have time with them outside of class.

    Thanks again, and i hope you continue to do more.

    • andymckie says:

      Thanks a lot Colin.
      I’m really glad that you check out the site and use the activities.

      We are working hard for the children.. I hope they all appreciate our graft.

      As long as I think it’s helping, I’ll keep updating it. Cheers

  3. Loch says:

    Can you upload the “do you know how to” worksheets. Also, how do you play the game on there?

  4. Davif Joiner says:

    When’s the chat coming? Can’t wait for the chat!

    • andymckie says:

      lol… I’ve been soooooo busy lately. Recently moved apartment to Yokohama.
      Hopefully the next big code update will be over the winter break 🙂

  5. David - Joiny says:

    Sorry about that! I thing that this website is a great concept. Keep it up!

  6. Jintor says:

    Really great site! I’m looking forward to the chat room. I hope that it will be better than Englipedia’s shoutbox.

  7. Loch says:

    Don’t worry I used *Doubt* for the verbs. Just have them make sentences as they play what ever verb.

    You wouldn’t happen to have anything for 3rd grade
    “It made me happy”?

    • andymckie says:

      Hey Loch.

      I haven’t had to teach that grammar point for years, so the stuff I have is pretty bad. I’ll no doubt need to make new material for this year so I’ll upload it once I’m done.

  8. Loch says:

    Do you have something for verbs for first grade,
    I like, eat, have, study etc?

    • andymckie says:

      Sorry about the slow reply.
      I’ve been so busy with a lot of things… (including the new update, updated just now)
      I’ve got some stuff but nothing amazing uploaded yet. I’m working on it

      • David Joiny says:

        HI there. I’ve made a few comments but they don’t seem to show up. Maybe it’s a technical issue? I think that this site is a great idea. Can’t wait for the chat box! That will be fun.

        • andymckie says:

          Sorry for the late reply. I need to approve your comments before they appear. Now you are on the good list you shouldnt have any more problems

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