Cambridge Flyers speaking test

1 Dec, 2013

Cambridge Flyers speaking test

If, like me you are preparing young learners for the Cambridge flyers speaking test you may have faced the problem of lack of practice materials for the exam. Cambridge offers very few free samples and this material can be quickly used in class.

Because of this, I decided to create some of my own materials that focus on the different areas of the exam. This post has four spot the difference pictures for practicing the flyers exam. I have used Cambridge’s list of vocabulary to make these pictures as useful as possible.

Even if your students are not preparing for an exam these spot the difference pictures can be used as a great warmer activity to start class. Key language, prepositions and sentence formation can be practiced with these pictures and can be a great routine to add to the beginning of class.

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Found this post useful? Please share and help others too.

Want to make your own practice material? Try free websites like BitStrip (Link removed as Bitstrip no longer exists as it was bought by Snapchat and shut down. If I find something similar I will update this link – 12 March 2018.)

Looking for more practice materials for young learners exams? Make sure you check our game “ESL Odd One Out” . This game is great or practicing aspects of the Cambridge Movers exam.

DavidM

David has been teaching ESL for a number of years across Asia and Europe. He currently lives and works in Seville, Spain where he has been teaching for the past three years. He is currently studying an MA in Digital Technologies, Communication and Education in TESOL.

9 comments

  1. Perfect. These materials will be very useful.

  2. Thanks! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for.

    • Thanks for the message Emily. I’m glad it was useful. I’ll be posting more soon. If you have any requests I’d be delighted to hear from you.

  3. Really perfect. Awesome Thank you for sharing these pictures.

  4. Mónica Pierozzi
    says:

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE MATERIAL. REALLY GREAT!

  5. Mónica Pierozzi
    says:

    tHANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR TH MATERIAL. I FIND IT REALLY USEFUL. GREAT TO PRACTICE

  6. Your creativity is genius. Thank you for sharing and inspiring all of us to give and create more to help others learn English vocabulary.

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