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Words for Time, Time for Words


Teach Words for Time, Time for Words to present and practice key words and vocabulary related to time – minutes, hours, months, days of the week. The Words for Time, Time for Words action song package  contains an invaluable set of graded worksheets to practice and recycle the themes and language contained in the song. Children love performing Words for Time, Time for Words to friends and family at school events.

This is what you get with your Words for Time, Time for Words action song pack:

  • A complete teaching actions video for Words for Time, Time for Words . Learn the song and its actions before teaching it to your classes.
  • Three MP3 files of Words for Time, Time for Words: two guide-voice versions (original Charles Goodger voice and child-voice) and the music-only, karaoke version to check learning and  play for performances and events.
  • Lyric sheet with guitar chords.
  • Set of five graded PDF worksheets to rework the content of the song. You can  photocopy or project them on a LIM.
  • Teacher’s Notes and Lesson Plans: suggestions on how to use the FunSongs Method and the graded worksheets

Vocabulary and language

Words for Time, Time for Words  is useful for teaching key time-related vocabulary: minutes, hours, days, weeks and the days of the week – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. It will focus your young learners’  minds on the inexorable nature of time.

Teach Words for Time, Time for Words to present and practise:

  • Key time vocabulary: minutes, hours, weeks, days, days of the week
  • Focus minds on the concept of time

Samples files

Words for Time, Time for Words Cover page and contents

Words for Time, Time for Words  – Words


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