Lesson Plan Pack for 5-8 Year Olds

10 fun, easy-to-follow lesson plans. Includes step-by-step teacher notes, extension activities, materials and handouts.


10 fun, easy-to-follow lesson plans for your Young Learner classes.

Each plan includes:

  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Four clearly structured lesson stages
  • Extension activities
  • Ideas and adaptations for large classes and one-to-one
  • All handouts and materials

A well-planned lesson can make teaching Young Learners enjoyable both for you and for the children and can lead to more successful learning outcomes.

These lesson plans have a clear aim, encourage independent learning, and are full of creative and collaborative activities. They enhance children’s development in a holistic way, with links across the curriculum.

What’s included in the pack?

This pack comes with everything you need to use the lesson plans in your Young Learner classes straight away:

  • 10 lesson plans with clear aims and step-by-step instructions
  • Extension activities for each lesson
  • Ideas and adaptations for large classes and one-to-one
  • All handouts and materials ready to print
  • Lesson planning tips





Susan Brown

Susan Brown

About the author

Susan Brown

Susan Brown

Susan is an Early Years specialist teacher with a passion for teaching Young Learners for whom English is an additional language.

Since gaining a distinction in her Education degree, she has taught both teachers and children in countries including Spain, the UK and the UAE, and has also volunteered in Mexico, Bangladesh and Nepal.

With many years of experience in this field, Susan's teaching aids are invaluable for all.

These collections of lesson plans and rhymes have been lovingly put together. Their aim is to get the best out of both teacher and pupil.

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