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This is a very simple introductory PPT teaching the new vocabulary for the lesson. At the end are two activities that should be fun for the little guys.

The 1st is a PPT slide with 6 monsters on it. The monsters are labelled (a,b,c,d,e,f). The teacher has to describe the monsters to the students and the students write down the corresponding letter.

The 2nd activity is a team drawing game. Teacher divides the class into two teams. 1 volunteer from each team will face away from the TV screen while the teacher shows the other students a picture of a monster. The students have 30 seconds (the timing is built into the PPT) to remember as much as they can about the monster. The students from each team then describe the monster and their teammate has to draw his/her version on the board. The teacher will judge which drawing is closest to the original monster.

also, I think Ed Emberley's "Go away Big green monster' is a great accessory to this lesson

This is a very simple introductory PPT teaching the new vocabulary for the lesson. At the end are two activities that should be fun for the little guys.

The 1st is a PPT slide with 6 monsters on it. The monsters are labelled (a,b,c,d,e,f). The teacher has to describe the monsters to the students and the students write down the corresponding letter.

The 2nd activity is a team drawing game. Teacher divides the class into two teams. 1 volunteer from each team will face away from the TV screen while the teacher shows the other students a picture of a monster. The students have 30 seconds (the timing is built into the PPT) to remember as much as they can about the monster. The students from each team then describe the monster and their teammate has to draw his/her version on the board. The teacher will judge which drawing is closest to the original monster.

also, I think Ed Emberley's "Go away Big green monster' is a great accessory to this lesson