Christmas holiday homework

Dear students,

Christmas is celebrated in many places around the world, and kids can have fun and practise their English with lots of Christmas activities on LearnEnglish Kids.


Listen to a boy talking about Christmas in our My favourite day – Christmas story, find out how Amy helps Santa in our Santa’s little helper story, and sing along to our Santa, Santa, high in the sky song.


class 1 C: HOMEWORK

Younger children will enjoy Christmas Find the pairs game, as well as Snowman craftChristmas tree craftSnowflake craft and other Christmas craft ideas.



Older children can try a Christmas quiz or Letter to Santa game, and they can also write on the site and download printable worksheets on the Christmas Your turn or Favourite day Your turn.

Do some activities than leave a comment describing them and, in case of games, write your score. Give your best wishes to your schoolmates and your teacher.


Merry Christmas to you and your families,

Mrs. Ferrari


Dear students,

revise when you can use the simple present and when it’s better to use the simple past. Watch the video and complete the exercises.


Mrs Ferrari

3 C: concorso “Dall’aula alla corsia”

Cari ragazzi,

vi invito a partecipare al concorso “Dall’aula alla corsia” promosso dall’associazione AVISCO per la redazione di una breve storia o una filastrocca in italiano o in inglese che, se vince, diventerà il copione di un cartone animato realizzato dai bambini in ospedale con l’aiuto degli educatori AVISCO. Ecco alcuni cartoni realizzati negli anni precedenti: PEZZETTI  e il BACKSTAGE di come si realizza un cartone animato. E qui alcuni consigli per partecipare al concorso.

I hope you’ll join it!

Mrs FerrariDall'aula alla corsia


1 C: revision unit 1, 2 and there is, there are

Dear 1 C students,

watch the videos, read the writings and study the rules than complete all the exercises.

At the end write a comment describing the scores you got in the exercises.


Present Simple To Be (Essere)

Pronomi Personali



Differenza tra “They Their There They’re


2 C: simple past BE and interrogatives

Hi students,

here there are some exercises and explanations about the past simple of BE. and the interrogatives:

Watch the video, study the rules than complete all the exercises and write a comment describing your score in each exercise.


your English teacher

2 C: hair description

Hi everybody,

I’d like you to whatch this video and repeat all the sentences and words this teacher says. Enjoy it!

Than, write a comment: which is your favourite hairstyle? Describe your hair…

Your English Teacher

3C, 3 E: school systems

Dear students,

here there are some presentations you have to study about different schools systems. Write a comment comparing them: Which one do you prefer? Why? What could be changed in the Italian school system in order to be more suitable for you and your friends?

British             and          Why wearing a uniform

Sri LanKan


Indian School system


3C, 3E: will, may, might and first conditional

Dear students,

revise  these topics on the VIDEOGRAMMATICA: will, may and might, zero and first conditional complete some exercises to practice them. Go on watching the TV series EXTRA.

Be prepared for the oral test!!!

Mrs Ferrari

1 C: simple present BE

Dear students,

revise the verb BE here: sing the song, watch the video, and do the exercises.

Your English teacher,

Mrs Ferrari

3 C, 3 E: apps, games and tv series to enjoy in English

Dear students,

Do you like enjoying yourselves? Do you generally play computer games? Do you sometimes use apps? Do you oftenwatch TV series?

So why don’t you enjoy them in English: it’s a very useful method to improve your English.

Write a comment describing one or more games, apps or TV series in English so that everybody can try them.

Here there’s an example: it’s a TV serie by the BBC for foreigners with subtitles and an easy story. Whatch some episodes…

And have fun playing with your schoolmates suggestions!

Your English Teacher,

Mrs Ferrari

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