58 Great Resources for ESL Printables

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Spice up your teaching with amazing ESL printables! Below, you can find sites that aggregate worksheets and exercises that will help your students pick up new words, learn grammar rules, and practice common sayings and idioms. There are 58 sites, so get a cup of tea and dive in!

Bonus: We made our own infographic, "128 Words to Use Instead of 'Very.'" Your students will love it. We even made a gorgeous poster you can order for your classroom.

Here are the 58 sites you can check out for great ESL printables:
  1. abcteach
  2. Agenda Web
  3. All Kids Network
  4. anglomaniacy.pl
  5. BusyTeacher
  6. Compelling Conversations
  7. Download ESL
  8. edHelper
  9. Education.com
  10. EFL Club
  11. EL Civics for ESL Students
  12. Enchanted Learning
  13. English 4 Kids
  14. English Exercises
  15. English Grammar
  16. English Worksheets Land
  17. English Banana
  18. EnglishForEveryone.org
  19. englishwsheets.com
  20. Ereading Worksheets
  21. ESL Galaxy
  22. ESL Games
  23. ESL Games +
  24. ESL Kids Lab
  25. ESL Kids World
  26. ESL KidStuff
  27. ESL Printables
  28. ESL Puzzles
  29. ESL Tower
  30. Freddie's Ville
  31. Fun English Games
  32. Grammar Bank
  33. Grammar Bytes
  34. Grammar Worksheets
  35. Have Fun Teaching
  36. iSLCollective
  37. JumpStart
  38. KM Tuition
  39. Lanternfish
  40. Learn English Today
  41. MES English
  42. Mr. Nussbaum
  43. My English Images
  44. Primary Resources
  45. ProofreadingServices.com
  46. Scholastic
  47. SchoolExpress
  48. SoftSchools.com
  49. SparkleBox
  50. Sprout English
  51. Super Teacher Worksheets
  52. TeacherVision
  53. Teaching Resources
  54. TLSBooks
  55. UsingEnglish.com
  56. WorksheetCloud
  57. Worksheetplace.com
  58. WorksheetWorks.com
Getting your students to practice English every day is the key to learning, but we all know it can be challenging to constantly develop new handouts. Don't! Use these resources for ESL printables to make lesson planning a breeze.

Remember: Check out our infographic and poster to get your students to stop using the word "very." And don't forget to share this list of ESL resources with your friends and colleagues.

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