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Learning Swedish The Fun Way Bundle

Learning Swedish The Fun Way Bundle

Are you learning Swedish? Are you wanting to talk more fluently in Swedish? This pack was adapted from an ESL teaching pack I made. I students look at the pictures (57 different settings and 114 pictures per set of worksheets) and they discuss what they see in Swedish. Please note the worksheets themselves are in English. I have included some fun vocabulary building games to make it more fun! Try them today!

By peterfogarty

Body Parts Bingo / Bingo El Cuerpo / Bingo Les corps / Bingo rhanau'r corff / EAL Body parts

Body Parts Bingo / Bingo El Cuerpo / Bingo Les corps / Bingo rhanau'r corff / EAL Body parts

This fantastic resource can be used to reinforce the names of the body parts in any language of your choice. I personally have used the resource in the teaching of more than one language, to huge success. The resource includes 20 different bingo sheets which can be laminated to be reused. This is a fun way to reinforce vocabulary. This resource is also a great way to reinforce English language with students who are new to English in small groups or using native speakers as role models.

By la.jonquille