Ok, since I've already started my lesson today I had to come up with something before anyone here had a chance to reply, he he.
So this is what I did:
Got a piece of paper and started drawing things .... a house, a sun, a river, some mountains, a palm-tree, a goat (all things they've seen before).
I wanted to elicit words from them to see how much they know. They knew some of the words, and I made them say them in full sentences: I can see .... a goat. Etc.
Then I asked them to draw their own pictures, which they enjoyed. I then asked them to write all things down into their books, heading : In my picture I can see ...
So it was a good first lesson, one from where I can continue further into worksheets of 'I can ... '
I want to start introducing verbs in the form of card-games I found on http://www.bogglesworldesl.com
We can play memory games asking "have you seen ... a monkey playing soccer'.
Those are my thoughts from what it's worth, I think I can take it from here, LOL
have a great teaching day everyone :)