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Die Kleidung

Die Kleidung

- Revise colours in German - Learn some clothes in German - Talk about what you wear - Revise adjective endings - Say what you will wear using the future tense
Lillyfee
Kleidung (Clothing in German) Farbe worksheet 2

Kleidung (Clothing in German) Farbe worksheet 2

This is a 2 page worksheet; 1 page has directions in German; 1 page has pictures of clothing. Directions tell students how many of each piece of clothing to color which color. Uses the numbers 1-10, the names of 12 basic items of clothing, 11 colors.
jer520
Clothes - Game and PowerPoint to teach basic items of clothing in German

Clothes - Game and PowerPoint to teach basic items of clothing in German

As well as suggestions for use and differentiation, this file contains a PowerPoint presentation with 30 slides to teach learners basic items of clothing before playing an exciting game of pronunciation and memory combined with attempting to fill their mats. 33 different mats (A4 + A3) and matching picture cards are provided along with a vocabulary list. A perfect game to help beginners of German.
MosaiK
German 'clothes' dice game to describe pictures and practise speaking

German 'clothes' dice game to describe pictures and practise speaking

Learners will be encouraged to describe the colourful clothes-related pictures in this game, thus practising their skills in communication, describing pictures, sentence building, independent learning, application of tenses and more. This resource includes game boards and cards in A4 and A3 format, varied suggestions for use, twists and differentiation, PowerPoint slides for class presentation and a vocabulary list.
MosaiK
Colours and Clothes - practice worksheet

Colours and Clothes - practice worksheet

I made this resource for a beginners class (where we have no textbook), as a follow up from teaching the colours, and intro to teaching clothes. Along with this we used Quizlet vocabulary lists that pupils could practice the words with and then play Quizlet live, we had a fashion show on the second day (they were wearing home clothes) . Then they wrote sentences into their exercise books about what they were wearing and what colour clothes were. I did not introduce the patterns or adjectival agreement other than by putting them on the sheet by way of extension for the observant and smarter pupils. (Note that I am revisiting Pets and styles of accommodation in order to practise use of colours)
soddit