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EAL: Food From Around The World

EAL: Food From Around The World

Simple PPT activity to help students associate food with different parts of the world. Can be done as a whole class or in teams with competing against each other. Each food picture appears on a mouse click, likewise the the flag and country appears on a mouse click.
george_mc
Our five senses. ESL resource for primary.

Our five senses. ESL resource for primary.

Want to teach kids about the senses? About what tastes good and what sounds bad? This resource includes a 2 class teaching guide, mp3 recording, & transcript, photo labeling activity, picture-vocab matching activity, gap fill exercise plus other cool ideas for language practice.
raefenton1
ESL Food Vocabulary Fun Bundle!

ESL Food Vocabulary Fun Bundle!

Set of 12 cards to teach cooking verbs and/or trigger conversation + 8 cards to play a conversational food quiz to review vocabulary! Add a bit of grammar in and work on Linking Words! Included: 12 jpg cooking verbs cards. 8 jpg food quiz conversation cards. 2 PDF printable files for printing and cutting out the cards in a smaller version. 2 PDF files, US Letter and A4 Size. Each one includes 4 worksheets on Linking Words. You can also use the cards to make a quick and fun-looking PowerPoint presentation! If you enjoy this resource, please leave a review.
planwitheve
ESL Vocabulary - Cooking Verbs

ESL Vocabulary - Cooking Verbs

Set of 12 cards to teach cooking verbs and/or trigger conversation. Included: 12 jpg cooking verbs cards. 1 PDF printable file for printing and cutting out the cards in a smaller version. You could also use the images to make a quick PowerPoint presentation! If you enjoy one of my resources, I’d really appreciate it if you left a review :)
planwitheve
Fruit Tasting & Graphing

Fruit Tasting & Graphing

Fruit tasting activity where children taste various fruits. Children record what they like and dislike about the fruits. Children then conduct a ‘survey’ of all children in the class. Following this, children to create a bar chart/tally/tick chart to collect whole class data. Used with a year 1 class, but can easily be adapted to suit.
DosbarthJJ
Playdough food mats.

Playdough food mats.

Eight very simple but effective playdough mats for exploring the topic of food including shape platter, plate, chopping board, lunchbox, blender, containers and frying pan.
butterbeans65
Food Sorting Mats.

Food Sorting Mats.

Five food sorting mats for pupils to either draw or cut and paste food pictures from magazines etc to sort according to nutritional value, meal time, taste, food groups and food type.
butterbeans65
FOOD Dobble

FOOD Dobble

This is my version of a popular game - Dobble. Dobble is a simple pattern recognition game in which players try to find an image shown on two cards. Each card in Dobble features eight different symbols, with the symbols varying in size from one card to the next. Any two cards have exactly one symbol in common. For the basic Spot it! game, reveal one card, then another. Whoever spots the symbol in common on both cards claims the first card, then another card is revealed for players to search, and so on. Whoever has collected the most cards when the 55-card deck runs out wins! I hope you find it useful. Please, leave a review I will be very grateful!
Olynj
The Lighthouse Keeper Displays

The Lighthouse Keeper Displays

I never get bored of telling this story to children, I just love the way they enjoy the naughty seagulls stealing his lunch. It's also one of my favourite displays to create with blues of the sea and contrast of the Lighthouse. There's so many literacy opportunities- speech bubbles, instructional writing, descriptive writing, the list goes on...
The video was created for our Spanish students to give them an opportunity to listen to English over the summer holidays, however it can also be used as a starter for your class to create their own 'surprise' sandwich... My favourite food worksheet included.
ClassBerry
Fruit Dominoes

Fruit Dominoes

This is a fun way of learning English fruit names. It is recommended that the dominoes are either laminated or printed on card for durability. This is a dominoes game where pictures are laid beside the corresponding words. If the fruit names are said when placing the dominoes, this will aid the retention of new vocabulary and improve reading skills. This game could be used with any age group of students who have some reading skills and who are in the initial or emergent stage of learning English. The fruits introduced are pear, apple, orange, grapes, banana, peach, melon, pineapple, cherries, lemon, grapefruit, kiwi fruit, strawberries raspberries, gooseberries, blueberries, blackberries, tangerine, fig, lime, pomegranate, star fruit, plum and mango.
mcgowanfg
Vegetable Dominoes

Vegetable Dominoes

This dominoes game would be suitable for emergent/ consolidating English as an Additional speakers and native English speakers to develop vocabulary, speaking and language skills. The dominoes are shared out between players. If there are spare cards place them face down on the table. The first player lays a domino in the middle of the table and names the vegetables on the card. Players then take turns to say the name of the vegetables while placing a matching card. Other players can help if vocabulary is unknown. If he/she is unable to play, he can take one of the spare cards, if available, and if it matches, it can be placed. The winner is the first player to use up all his/her dominoes. The vocabulary used in this game includes potato, carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, onion, mushroom, lettuce, cucumber, tomato. celery, turnip, broccoli, peas, beans, aubergine, garlic, asparagus, artichoke, parsnip, peppers, brussels sprouts, sweet corn pumpkin, radish, courgette, leek, sweet potato
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