pirate wrote:How about tongue-twisters? I think they are useful and give us more fun to learn.
A classic one: She sells the sea-shells by the sea shore. If she sells the sea-shells, show me the sea-shells she sells.
Tongue-twisters are good for warming up and most welcome at the very beginning of each class - much like short and rather simple songs from 'Children's favorite songs' you may find on the Holywood site:
It ain't gonna rain no more no more,
It ain't gonna rain no more,
How in the heck
Can I wash my neck
If it ain't gonna rain no more.
...and the like.
Songs are as well a good way to round up classes though...