Unit 3: Art Class (Stationery)
- This lesson teaches learners how to make simple and polite requests in English.
- This kids English lesson will teach kids how to use the imperative mood to make simple requests and commands.
- Children will also learn to associate school supplies with action verbs they are often used with.
- It also focuses on using modal verbs 'may' and 'can' to make requests sound more polite.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
Worksheets for the Unit
The worksheets below are useful for offline and classroom activities. These printable exercises directly correlate with the above lesson 'Art Class'. Every worksheet comes with an answer sheet on the second page for educators.
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Freddie, Sally, and Bob are in an Art lesson with Miss Sue. Freddie forgot his pencil box and needs to borrow these materials to draw, color and stick his shark on the board. He makes some polite requests in the process.
|eraser, glue, crayons, pencil, pen, pencil box, scissors, pass, give, cut, draw, book, paper etc.|
Modal Verbs for Polite Questions:
Imperatives for giving commands and making requests
Action verbs & School Supplies Noun Association
This lesson is part of the Level 2 English course.
Welcome to art class, where you'll learn how to make your artistic dreams come true! In this lesson, we'll be focusing on something equally important: learning how to make polite requests. After all, being polite is always the way to go!
You'll learn how to use the imperative mood to make simple requests and commands. Plus, you'll associate school supplies with action verbs they are often used with. Who knew stationery could be so exciting?
But wait, there's more! You'll also learn how to use modal verbs 'may' and 'can' to make requests sound even more polite. That way, you can ask for what you need in a way that shows you respect others and their time.
So get ready to sharpen your pencils, grab some paper, and let's get creative! With this lesson, you'll not only learn how to express yourself in art but also in a polite and respectful way.