Get children actively involved in English lessons using a little English friend. A great teaching assistant!
Greeting “Peter” and introducing him to your class:
- Hello Peter!
- Good morning Peter!
- Peter, where are you?
- Peter ? there you are!
- How are you today?
- (Ask the children to say hello)
Ask “Peter the Toucan” some general questions:
- What’s this?
- What’s that?
- What’s your favourite food?
- What’s the weather like?
- Where’s your pen?
- Where’s your red bag?
- Which do you prefer – the red or the green?
- Which do you want?
- Why are you happy/sad/tired/angry?
We are extremely happy to finally go live with our new website GoGoGenius
My husband and I decided to set up GoGoGenius as we wanted to create a special place where parents, teachers and educators could find products, tips and suggestions to help their children learn English through fun and creativity .
We are based in Florence, Italy, and we sell puppets and educational products primarily, but not exclusively, dedicated to teaching English, using fun, unconventional methods and theatre techniques.
Over the next few weeks we will be adding many more products and resources and we would love to receive any feedback from you.
Check out our puppet range as I believe they are a fantastic resource for any parent or teacher for use in educational activities such as storytelling, phonics, mathematics, and foreign language teaching.
As an English teacher, I use puppets in class on a regular basis because I have seen for myself that they work very successfully . Puppets are positive creatures that bring about positive responses. They fascinate and engage both children and adults in a special way. They capture a child’s attention and make learning fun!
Many educators shy away from using puppets not knowing really what to do with them apart from using them as a simple “doll”.
I will try and give you some fundamental puppet tips and convey to you what wonderful teaching tools they really are.
Stay tuned!! Miranda’s back!!!