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Distributed by: The Teacher Jana Heweliusza St. 11/811 80-890 Gdańsk, Poland  +48 (22) 425 19 44 +48 510 400 000  office@teacher.pl Editor-in-Chief: Patryk Blacha +48 510 400 000  patryk@teacher.pl Advertising Sales Manager: Michał Wojewoda +48 510 400 000  reklama@teacher.pl Design: The Teacher DTP Studio  dtp@teacher.pl Copy Editor: Tomasz Płoszaj teacher.pl Site Manager: Agnieszka Mielczarska  +48 (22) 425 19 44 +48 510 400 000  redakcja@teacher.pl Retail Sales & Subscription: +48 510 400 000  +48 (22) 425 19 44  +48 (58) 782 48 60  subscription@teacher.pl  prenumerata@teacher.pl Printed by: RAGUS SOLUTIONS All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction, in any manner, is prohibited. The reproduction, duplication, distribution, publication, modification, copying of material is strictly prohibited unless you have obtained the prior written consent of the publisher. However, the publisher grants permission for the photocopying of those pages marked “photocopiable” (look for the photocopier symbol: ). The opinions expressed, whether by paid advertisement or editorial content, do not necessarily reflect the views of this magazine. We reserve the right to accept or refuse submissions and edit for content and length. All photographic images are property of dreamstime.com or elements.envato.com unless otherwise noted. Published by: REJ Foundation Białobrzeska St. 15/21 02-370 Warsaw, Poland +48 510 400 000  kontakt@frej.org.pl We are always open to new authors and interesting ideas. If reading The Teacher has inspired you to contribute an article of your own to the magazine, please send it to the editor:  editor@teacher.pl European Language Label J A N U A R Y - F E B R U A R Y Awarded: We support: Early Easter The Teacher  1-2 (187) 2022 cmyk 48, 9, 13, 0 rgb 129, 191, 210 hex 81BFD2 Pantone Solid Coated 550 C cmyk 22, 0, 100, 0 rgb 209, 221, 38 hex D1DD26 Pantone Solid Uncoated 396 U cmyk 59, 0, 100, 0 rgb 116, 191, 67 hex 74BF43 Pantone Solid Coated 360 C cmyk 0, 0, 0, 100 rgb 34, 34, 35 hex 333333 Pantone Solid Coated Neutral Black C Contacts              I know, I know, I know. Easter is still ways away, yet here we are, gracing you with an early Easter issue of the magazine. The truth is this issue is our closest to Easter, hence I could not help myself. Truly, any holiday, be it Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or Easter, can be turned into a teachable moment. It can be used to spice up often rigid curriculum and get kids excited about learning. While having fun, they learn, for example, new vocabulary, even if holiday specific. A short, simple poem, like the one below, can introduce new vocabulary items, grammar (past tense), ordinal adjectives or become pronunciation practice. Try saying thump three times in a row, fast! Looking for more fabulous ideas? What are you waiting for? Dive in, and enjoy! Hop and Stop The first little rabbit went hop, hop, hop. I said to the first rabbit, “Stop, stop, stop!” The second little rabbit went run, run, run. I said to the second rabbit, “Fun, fun, fun!” The third little rabbit went thump, thump, thump. I said to the third rabbit, “Jump, jump, jump!” The fourth little rabbit went sniff, sniff, snuff. I said to the fourth rabbit, “That is enough!” The fifth little rabbit went creep, creep, creep. I said to the fifth rabbit, “It’s time to sleep!” 38+ Best Short Easter Poems for Kids, Children, Students 2021 - SKIDOS Enjoy! Patryk Blacha Editor-in-Chief https://www.facebook.com/TheTeacherMagazine

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