Beginners - vocabulary
Where do you buy dog food?
To practice shop/store name vocabulary. Useful as a pre-role play activity for 'shopping'.
To practice both occupation vocabulary and also verbs associated with work such as 'sell', 'fly' and 'teach'.
Routine Verb Wordsearch
Students look for different routine verbs such as 'get up' and 'have breakfast' in a sea of jumbled letters. Improving and increasing student vocabulary means having them come across new words in many ways: in games, in listenings, while reading and so on. This page is in Word format.
Numbers, Letters and Words Grid
A grid with number and letter axes and many level one vocabulary items written in the centre. I use as a whole class game (e.g. 'where is red?) to practice all of the vocabulary as well as the alphabet and numbers. This page is in Word format.
Verbs and Rooms Vocabulary
Simple vocabulary matching activity in which students put verbs together with their associated room in the house. Clearly there will be some leeway in the answers from different students and this can create healthy conversation in the feedback.
Jobs Sorting Worksheet
Students put each job into the correct column depending on whether it's an indoors or an outdoors job.
The Dangling Modifier
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Present Simple Routine Vocabulary
Students create sentences to describe their daily routines. Sentence structure and vocabulary practice.
Students have to put the plural form of some regular and irregular plural nouns.
Parts of the Body: Categorization Worksheet
Where are the different parts of the body? This vocabulary worksheet will help student with words parts of the body in English.
Telling The Time Multiple Choice
Which digital time is the same as the spoken time?