Early years German resources: sport, health and fitness

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Body Parts Treasure Hunt Activity

Body Parts Treasure Hunt Activity

Here is an activity for all age ranges learning the different body parts. Print off the body parts cards and stick them around the room. Pupils get the skeleton that they have to label using the clues. Rewards can be given for quickest. Extension activity to find plurals in a dictionary. Enjoy!

By swillard8

IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

Resources to develop Ab Initio / Standard / Higher German exam skills in the Reading / Writing and Speaking exams. Included: Cultural starters to develop pupils intercultural competence and knowledge. Paper 2 Writing help, frames and guides Paper 1 Reading guide and practice questions Speaking activity to develop picture description

By swillard8

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

Articulate - Key Word Game - Perfect for most subjects

This is a game that I use in Business Studies, but can be used in a whole range of subjects that require students to explain key words. I have included my Business Studies example. Languages for instance could get students to explain the key word in a different language. I have used this game a lot and often use it for observations as most students can really engage in the game. It should be fast paced. I normally get the cards printed on coloured paper, each colour is a different unit. Included; How to play Rules Cards If you have any questions then please don't hesitate to get in touch.

By Mrs_costa

GERMAN  RESOURCES display posters flashcards colours food animals days months numbers LANGUAGE

GERMAN RESOURCES display posters flashcards colours food animals days months numbers LANGUAGE

175 Posters and flashcards can be used for directly teaching children basic language skills or can be displayed around the classroom. Your children will have hours of fun with these colourful and bright resources. Resources included are as follows: 1.40 animal flashcards showing a picture of the animal with it’s name in German 2.40 food flashcards showing a picture of the food with the word in German 3.11 A4 colour posters – showing the name of a colour and lots of different items in that colour 4.12 A5 size colour flashcards with a picture of German castle 5.Transport flashcards showing different transport such as car, taxi, bus etc in German 6.Days of the week flashcards – 1 set of German days and another set of English days each with colourful flag borders 7.Months of the year flashcards – 1 set of months in German and another set of English 8.Number 1-20 in English and German on large flags

By hayleyhill

GERMAN AND ENGLISH FLASHCARDS LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES EDUCATION DISPLAY

GERMAN AND ENGLISH FLASHCARDS LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES EDUCATION DISPLAY

These great set of language flashcards for you to print as many times as you want. Each flashcard is A5 size, but your can print them as pocket size or photocopy them larger. They would make a great display, can be used as language activties or provide support for a multicultural classroom. Use at home with children new to the English language by looking at the picture and practise reading the word. Print the cards and match them together reading the German and English word each time. Each card has a colourful image that relates to the word, and the flag of the country and a map of the country is denoted on each card. Card topics include: Room in the house – bathroom, bedroom etc Items in each room such as bed, chair, table, TV etc Rooms in school – library, classroom, dining room etc Items found at school – pencil, pen, football etc Places to go – cinema, swimming, etc Common animals – cat, dog, etc Transport – bus, car, bike, plane, etc Emergency – police, fire, ambulance, doctor, hospital, etc Body parts – head, face, eye, leg, back etc Outside – tree, grass, flowers etc Colours – red, green, blue, etc Numbers – one to ten People – man, woman, children, baby etc

By hayleyhill

Top Trumps

Top Trumps

Group spontaneous speaking activity encouraging Q+A interaction on key topics.

By trumpetrich

Story: At the Restaurant

Story: At the Restaurant

This is a little story about a family visit to a restaurant, which can be used to find out phrases and words from that word field.

By Dopp

KS1- GERMAN: Level 1: Food & drink, Being thirsty & Make pancakes

KS1- GERMAN: Level 1: Food & drink, Being thirsty & Make pancakes

FOOD & DRINK Printable activity worksheets to teach German about: • Fruit • Vegetables • Being polite • Being thirsty Recipes • Pancakes Song • Äpfel, Birnen und Spinat Activity worksheets usable on whiteboards. Includes: AUDIO CONTENT To access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon. Also available in Spanish, German and English (EAL/ ESL). Cosmoville series.

By maskaradelanguages

Fruit board game

Fruit board game

A board game made using toolsforeducators.com about fruit. Ideas for use are in spanish but could be used in any language as the board itself is images only.

By lisilu

German Grand Prix Game Starter Plenary Revision

German Grand Prix Game Starter Plenary Revision

To celebrate the German F1 Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring I have created this interactive game for my German students. Enter your own questions and multiple choice answers and watch as two teams battle it out to be the first car past the finishing line. Possible instructions on the first slide. ENABLE ALL MACROS AND REDUCE SECURITY ON YOUR PC FOR THIS TO WORK PROPERLY. I will split my class up into two teams and give everybody a mini whiteboard. Pupils will write the answer of the question on their mini whiteboard and hold it up after my count down. The team with the most correct answers will be the team who's car will move around the screen (just click on the car) Enjoy, and I look forward to your feedback :)

By gavinhillage