Free online spinner

  A while back, I wrote about a free PowerPoint spinner template you can use in your classes. Today, I want to share with you an editable spinner that you can access online. Is uses are limited only by your imagination (for example, you could put scrambled words...

Top Tip: Personalise your PowerPoints

  A good way to add some texture and variety to your classroom activities is to personalise your PowerPoints and other materials. I often like to insert photos of students into my PowerPoint decks. For example, in a vocabulary review slow-reveal presentation, the...

Alphastrokes Font Review

      Today, I want to talk about a problem many teachers face, that is, having to use resources for your classes that are ‘not quite right’, and my quest for perfect fonts. In the language school that I work for, sadly, one of the primary...

250+ free fonts for teachers

  Here’s a link to 250+ free (for personal or non-commercial use) fonts for teachers. In such a large collection of quality fonts, you’re sure to find something useful for your classroom or worksheet creation. BTW, I’ve recently gone font crazy,...

Top tip: Use PowerPoint instead

  Recently, I’ve started creating all of my own materials for the private classes I’m teaching, and in anticipation of co-creating a new language school for juniors. I have to say that I’m finding it¬†deeply therapeutic. Perhaps this is for some...