The Primavera English Blog
New Staff Member: A Beta Fish
September 4, 2021
Meet the newest staff member at Primavera English! This beautiful blue beta fish now lives in one of our classrooms, where he delights students of all ages. The younger students are enthralled to watch him eat the fish food they give him, and he never misses the chance to show off his lovely colors...
A Roundup of Our Favorite Online Resources for Teaching ESL
July 8, 2021
When I’m preparing for class, it’s sometimes overwhelming how many online ESL resources exist, […]
Why I Always Include Running Games When I Teach Kids’ English Classes
June 7, 2021
Running games are an amazing learning tool, giving children a way to have fun, vent some of their energy, learn English vocabulary, and practice teamwork...
Meet Messi, Assistant English Teacher
May 25, 2021
My young students’ favorite part of class is visiting Messi, our resident parrot and assistant English teacher. During class, we often go outside and spend a few minutes talking to Messi...
Learning from the Ancients
April 28, 2021
As part of our European geography unit, my class and I delved into the mythical world of Greek gods and goddesses. Along with a lot of new vocabulary, my students gained wisdom from the ancients!...
A Universe of Fun
March 16, 2021
As well as teaching English, I love painting and art projects, so I was excited to hear that my middle school-aged students shared my passion...
English You Can Eat
January 15, 2021
The best learning happens actively! When I wanted to teach my students about gardening, we collected...
Making Christmas Cards over Zoom
December 30, 2020
Several weeks before Christmas, a student and I made Christmas cards together over Zoom. First, we painted...