Posted on Thursday 23 March 2017
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Families are made up of many different people who have different titles. This is a useful teaching resource when students are learning to name family members (mother, father, sister, brother, grandmother, grandfather, uncle, aunty, cousin, niece, nephew, son, daughter, etc.). On the cards I have also included the pronouns relevant to that family member.
There are 32 different actions verbs illustrated in a fun way. Play charades or other games and teach past and future tenses with these cards. Verbs illustrated in this pack include: sitting, standing, skipping, jumping, leaping, running, climbing, walking, spinning, dancing, clapping, thinking, crawling, sleeping, hugging, nodding, hopping, batting, waving, catching, writing, skating, reading, winking, eating, singing, kicking, tip-toeing, swimming, stomping, laughing and riding. Your students will have great fun acting the different action verbs. They will ask to play and act out these cards again and again.
This is a useful set of cards for children who are learning to use vocabulary related to feelings and emotions. Engage your ESL/EAL students and students with special needs with these cards.
The information contained on the cards teaches about whether the Australian animals have fur, feathers or scales, where they live and what they eat. The game is designed to be played as a quiz and aimed at primary-aged children or those learning English.