This lesson is aimed at introducing shopping vocabulary to kids (7-8 years old), getting them to work on their pronunciation, and developing their speaking and thinking abilities.
Time: 40 mins
Lesson type: vocabulary, listening and speaking
Number of students: 1 – 8
Task 1: Warm-up
Watch the video and sing along.
How are you today?
Are you ready to start the lesson?
Task 2: Lead-in
Meet the character. Her name is Alice. Where do you think she is coming from?
Task 3: New Vocabulary
Look at the shops and repeat after your teacher.
Task 4: Vocabulary practice
Look at the pictures. What number is the clothes shop?
Repeat the steps for all the pictures.
Look at these objects and match them with the words. Where can you buy them? Follow the example.
I can buy a T-shirt in the clothes shop.
- a teddy bear
- a hat
Task 6: Noughts and Crosses
Let’s play Noughts and crosses. What do you want to be? Noughts or crosses?
Ok. You go first. Name a word and draw a cross/nought.
Task 7: Bingo
Let’s play bingo! Choose a card. And this is my card. I play the track (pause after each word). Cross the words you hear. The first to cross a line is the winner.
She is coming from a shop.
The clothes shop is number 2.
The toy shop is number 1.
The butcher’s is number 3
The bakery is number 4.
The greengrocer’s is number 5.
The supermarket is number 6.
B – 5
C – 6
E – 1
F – 4
I can buy some milk in the supermarket.
I can buy a teddy bear in the toy shop.
I can buy some vegetables at the greengrocer’s.
I can buy some meat at the butcher’s.
I can buy a hat in the clothes shop.
I can buy some bread in the bakery.
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