Friday, 9 December 2011

Learn English Grammar - Singular or Plural

The Clever Son

The Elephant Child

Polly Put The Kettle On

Old McDonald had A Farm

Johny Johny Yes Pappa

One Two Buckle My Shoe

Ring A Ring A Roses

Ice Cream Photo Stick Photo Frame

How do we make sure that our favourite person stays by our side at most times? Simple - we frame their photographs and keep them in a place where we can always see them. What fun if we could make the photo frames too! And it is not at all difficult.
The things you need:
1. Ice Cream sticks.
2. Adhesive.
3. Colours.
4. Thick string or wire.

Step 1
 Collect around 15 ice cream sticks. For the base of the frame, stick the ice cream sticks as shown in the picture.

Step 2
Leave half-an-inch space from all the sides and glue four sticks on the base to make the upper layer of the frame.

Step 3
 Slide the photograph through the gap.

Step 4
 Take a thick wire or a string to make a loop. Stick the two ends of the loop at the back of the frame. You can now hang your photo frame.

You can draw a variety of patterns on the side of your photo frame with the help of crayons.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

Cat's Head

Simple quick and easy origami step by step tutorial to make cat's head

Learn English Grammar - on

Learn English Grammar - am

Learn English Grammar - Has/ Have

Learn English grammar - Activities

Learn English the fun way using animated videos to helps children understand the right context of actions performed by people in our day-today life.

Round and Round The Garden

Roly Poly

Roly Poly Roly Poly, up up up
Roly Poly Roly Poly, down down down
Roly Poly Roly Poly, to your left side (Lift up your left hand)
Roly Poly Roly Poly, to your right side. (Lift up your right hand)

Aeroplane, Up In The Sky

Aeroplane aeroplane, up in the sky;
Please take me with you, wherever you fly.
Over the clouds oh so high,
Let's meet the rainbow in the sky

Pussycat Pussycat

"Pussycat pussycat, where have you been?"
"I've been up to London to visit the Queen."
"Pussycat pussycat, what did you dare?"
"I frightened a little mouse under her chair"

The Goodbye Song For Kids

Doremi song

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Fairy tales - Rabbit & The Tortoise

Skip To My Lou

Rain, Rain Go Away

Finger Puppets

You’always watched puppets on television. Now, here’s your chance to create them! And you know what? Its simple as 1, 2, 3! What you will need:

Brightly colored felt, fabric, scraps, or paper

•Pieces of paper for designing your puppets

•Strong glue in a tube with a fine nozzle


•Poster paint

Draw your designs for puppets on paper before you make them. Look at pictures of animals or people to get some ideas, then simplify them. You may also use fairytale characters. Or if you like our pictures, use them! Once you’ve drawn out the design, it is called a ‘template’.

Lay the template on a piece of felt and draw around it twice. Draw the puppet features on other pieces of felt. Cut out the body pieces.

Spread a fine line of glue around the curved edge of on piece of the body, leaving the bottom edge free. Press the two body pieces together.

Now carefully cut out the puppet’s features that you drew on the other pieces of felt. Remember to cut out two arms, two legs, etc.Arrange the cut out features on the body to see how they look. If any part doesn’t look quite right, try making another version of it.First glue the legs and arms (or wings and paws) to the back of the body. Then glue the rest of the animal’s features on to the front.

Make the puppets look as though they are talking by moving your fingers.

Now you have your own troupe of adorable puppets!!! Time to call your friends for a PUPPET SHOW!!

Ten Little Indians

Teacher can used it in Mathemaatics lesson. It's easy for students to memorise numbers from one to ten.

If You Are Happy

I love this song very much. I used it to teach my students and do actions as well. My students were very enjoy. So u can try it...