Month in a nutshell: March 2021 + Breaking news!

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Goodbye March, welcome April! Last month, we were busy creating new worksheets and preparing something brand new for April. And today we can announce it **drum roll**:

This month we’re planning to kick off with not just one but three new features on ESL Brains:

  • a new series of A2 worksheets
  • lesson plans based on videos from Stan and Justa’s life 
  • Critical Reading Club to help you improve your students’ reading comprehension skills 

EDIT: Well, the above announcement was April Fools’ joke, sort of. Actually, two out of three new things above are real and coming to ESL Brains soon. We leave you to guess which one is the odd-one-out 🙂


For those of you who might have missed what we’ve recently uploaded to our website, here is a brief summary: 

March in a Nutshell

We published 6 new worksheets, including:

FREE lesson plan 

PREMIUM+ lesson plans ($6+)

  • The other side of fame 
    The lesson plan includes some fame/celebrity-related vocabulary as well as adjectives + prepositions that your B1 students will learn and use in speaking.
  • The next big thing after smartphones
    With this lesson plan, students will watch an interesting video about microchipping and discuss the technology that might replace smartphones.
  • When a crisis strikes, a good leader…
    Our free lesson plan on leadership, but available in the e‐lesson plan format perfect for your online classes.

UNLIMITED-only lesson plans ($12)

We hope you enjoy last month’s materials. Leave some feedback in the comment section under the lesson plan posts or drop us a line 

BTW, if you still don’t have access to our premium content, subscribe to one of our plans. You can unlock up to 200 lesson plans and worksheets (including flipped lesson plans) including 200 e-lessons plans for teaching online.


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  1. SamanthaFouche

    Worksheets are a wonderful idea. Many students want extra homework.

  2. Mary Thompson

    Your worksheets and lesson plans are wonderful – I have a regular student who I teach every day and I’m not sure where I’d be without your help. Thank you!

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