Wor(l)d Home schooling

If you’re looking to inject some nature and language related fun into your home schooling schedule, then look no further! At the ‘Lost Wor(l)ds’ project we’ve selected five easy activities suitable for mono and multilingual children to enjoy. The following activities have been adapted from a wide and growing library of resources available for free […]

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A selection of books about nature, in multiple languages

Write a Wor(l)d Book Review

The Lost Wor(l)ds blog hosts book reviews for books which feature nature, the environment, and conservation. This activity encourages children to write a book review themselves, with the possibility of having in published on the Lost Wor(l)ds website. The book review template for download is provided in Word format, enabling children to fill it in […]

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Happy Bug Ball

The ‘Happy Bug Ball’ is a refreshed version of the classic song the ‘Ugly Bug Ball’. This activity allows pupils to explore the words for insects in multiple different languages, incorporate and perform them in a new multilingual version of the ‘Happy Bug Ball’.

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Old MacDonald

The ‘Old MacDonald’ activity can work well with key stage 1 and 2 pupils. This is a fun way to transform a traditional English nursery rhythm, into a multilingual song. The song can incorporate, as many language/s spoken by, or of interest to pupils.

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Name this minibeast

This activity could easily be used as a starter for a topic on minibeasts, or as a bit of light relief, asking students to work out minibeasts based on their names in other languages.

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