I would like to recommend this page https://www.liveworksheets.com/. Here you can find plenty of interactive worksheets to share with your students. Once they do the activities, they can send you their results, making it a very useful tool to check who and how well is doing the tasks.
You can also upload your own worksheets and make them interactive following some simple steps. There is a tutorial as well as a video tutorial:
Here are some worksheets I have created for my students.
We are celebrating the World Book Day and our town’s public library has organized a reading marathon for all the schools in our town. This year the readings were dedicated to the Spanish poet Gloria Fuertes and we have decided to make a wink to our bilingual project including this beautiful poem by Robert Frost. Thanks to our language assistant, Olivia Solberg, for showing us the poem and very special thanks to our 3ESO student Anabel Benavente Latorre for reading it aloud sooooo beautifully. we were all impressed.
Ok, that’s right, it’s St Valentine’s Day and we should do something special for this day… Well, how about listening to a song and filling the gaps?
Thanks to eoslcourses.com for this excellent post.
Watch the video first, then click o the link and follow the instructions.