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Classic Psychology Theories and Experiments - Task Cards Set 2
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Classic Psychology Theories and Experiments Task Cards – Set 2 is a set of multiple-choice styled questions that cover the topics most often taught in introductory or first year psychology courses. The questions can be used as: Task cards to be placed around the room For small group discussion For individual or small group research For summative assessment For assessment revision or formative assessment For a diagnostic assessment for 2nd year or more advanced psychology courses A foundation for educators to develop a unit plan from since the theories, theorists and experiments covered are consistently taught in most, if not all, introduction to psychology courses. Theorists in set 2: Pavlov, Bandura, Erikson, Bronfenbrenner, Milgram, Harlow, Skinner, Freud, Piaget, Festinger, Vygotsky, Ainsworth Theories in set 2: Social learning theory, classical conditioning, stages of psychosocial development, ecological systems theory, operant conditioning, the broken windows theory, cognitive dissonance, model of psychosexual development, assimilation and accommodation, schemas, zone of proximal development, psychoanalytic theory, attachment Experiments in set 2: The little Albert experiment, Pavlov’s dog, the Bobo doll experiments, the Milgram experiment, Harlow’s monkeys, the Skinner box, the strange situation This resources contains: 23 cards (22 task cards, 1 title card) Student recording sheet Answer key Enjoy!
Know Your Fractions Task Cards - Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
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Know Your Fractions Task Cards - Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

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Know Your Fractions – Mixed numbers and Improper fractions are task cards designed to provide students with opportunities to improve their understanding of a range of fractional concepts. Converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers is an important step and time needs to be invested to allow students the chance to build their confidence to do so fluently. The student with a developed ability to convert with fluency will ensure more complex fractional concepts introduced in high school are met with an established confidence. As students work through the questions, they also develop a greater understanding of the variety of ways a fraction can be visually represented. This requires a higher level of thinking than simply continuing to use the same visual representation. While setting an overall time limit is useful, it is important not to overstress time and urgency as students require a slightly deeper concentration to work properly and should be encouraged to work at the pace that works for them. The fractional concepts used for mixed numbers and improper fractions: Fraction with a numerator and denominator Parts of a whole Number Line In words Fraction of a group Although these cards are commonly used as task cards, they have also been used successfully in math centers or rotations. This resources contains: 19 cards (18 task cards & 1 title card) A total of 36 questions (2 questions per card) Student recording sheet Answer key Complete PDF and individual PNG files of the cards also included Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. (p. 2-6) Print student sheet (p. 7) and provide each student with a worksheet Distribute the cards around the room (or allocate your desired number of cards for use in a math rotation or center). Students may start at any number and work their way through in any order, but it is helpful to remind students to write the answer in the same numbered answer box i.e., if they are on card number 12, they should write their answer in answer box number 12 Check answers Enjoy!
Know Your Country Quiz Task Cards - Canada
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Know Your Country Quiz Task Cards - Canada

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Know Your Country Quiz – Canada is a set of fun, general knowledge task cards. Questions are based on 5 trivia categories: Cities and Towns Landmarks History Sports Movies, TV, and Music This resource contains: 25 Multiple Choice Task Cards and 1 Title Card Student Sheet Answer Key PDF and PNG Files Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards (p. 2-8) This resource can be delivered a few different ways: As a research activity: Print out just the questions for the students (p. 9-10). Students progressively research their answers on the internet (some questions require creative and skilful research skills!) Teachers may wish to have students work in pairs to research their answers. It is helpful if a time limit for research is imposed to ensure students stay on task. To make it challenging, I make it only about 30 or 45 minutes, so students need to be selective with the questions they research. The task cards can then be spread around the room and students are given the answer template to write their answers. From experience, this is a much better learning experience. There appears to be so much more student satisfaction when students actually know an answer that they have found during their research as opposed to giving it their best guess. Even without assigning the research questions first, the task cards by themselves have still proved be a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging activity. At the end, students can check their answers with the answer key and add up their totals. The quiz could also be used as an ice-breaker for a new group of students, as a staff team-building activity or end-of-year gathering. Teachers can of course adapt the quiz and the rules to better suit their classroom environment. Enjoy!
Know Your Idioms Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Bundle
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Know Your Idioms Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Bundle

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**Know Your Idioms Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Bundle **includes 3 sets of fun, problem solving task cards designed to engage students in developing their knowledge of idioms and overall enthusiasm for figurative language. Each idiom needs to be solved by deciphering a combination of jumbled letters and pictures. You may wish to demonstrate with an example card, but generally students understand the task very quickly. These cards have been used successfully with: Grades 3-7 ESL / EAL / EFL / Grades 4 – 12, University/College, Adult This bundle contains: 78 cards (25 idioms and one title card per set) Student recording sheet for each set Answer Key (Answers are also in an optional full-sized pdf) for each set Student sentence sheet for each set PDF and PNG Files The idioms included in Set 1: To get the ball rolling, Cup of tea, Back to square one, All in the same boat, Over the moon, Rip off, To cut corners, Cold turkey, Drive me up the wall, The green light, Under the weather, Fishy, To see eye to eye, Skeleton in the closet, Out of this world, Head over Heels, Out of the blue, Up and running, To fly off the handle, To go the extra mile, In a pickle, A leopard can’t change its spots, In two minds, To be caught red-handed, Barking up the wrong tree The idioms included in Set 2: Hold your horses, Hit the nail on the head, No big deal, To sit on the fence, On the ball, Blow your own trumpet, On cloud nine, Different kettle of fish, First crack at, A head start, Second nature, A double-edged sword, A drop in the ocean, Over the hill, Cherry pick, Hit it off, A piece of cake, Bigger fish to fry, Second to none, Storm in a teacup, A dime a dozen, To spill the beans, Turn a blind eye, A stone’s throw, Brush up on The idioms included in Set 3: Apple of my eye, Cost an arm and a leg, Close but no cigar, Mum’s the word, To let the cat out of the bag, Once in blue moon, To win hands down, Bite the bullet, A walk in the park, Neck of the woods, On the cards, All ears, Fish out of water, Hit the sack, At the drop of a hat, Ball is in your court, By the skin of my teeth, For a song, All Greek to me, Finding your feet, Over the top, Pipe down, Run out of steam, Skating on thin ice, Wrap it up Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. (p. 2-8) Print student sheet (p. 9) and provide each student with a worksheet. You may prefer to allow students to work in pairs. Distribute the cards around the room. Students may start at any number and work their way through in any order, but it is helpful to remind students to write the idiom in the same numbered answer box i.e., if they are on card number 12, they should write their answer in answer box number 12. Students check their answers. An extra sheet is provided (p. 11) to have students choose 4 idioms and write 4 sentences to demonstrate their understanding and ability to use it in the correct context. Students may access the cards and definitions while writing their sentences. For higher grades, students are more likely to enjoy being challenged by seeing if they can use two idioms in the right context in the one sentence. Enjoy!
Know Your Alliteration Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Set 1
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Know Your Alliteration Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Set 1

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Know Your Alliteration Task Cards - Puzzling Problems Set 1 is a set of fun, problem solving questions designed to engage students in developing their understanding of alliteration while also generating an overall enthusiasm for figurative language. Each card needs to be solved by deciphering a combination of jumbled letters and pictures. You may wish to demonstrate with an example card, but generally students understand the task very quickly. These cards have been used successfully with: Grades 4-8 ESL / EAL / EFL / Grades 5 – 12, University/College, Adult This resource contains: 27 cards (26 alliteration questions and one title card) Student recording sheet Answer Key (Answers are also in an optional full-sized pdf) Student sentence sheet for students to express their own creativity PNG and PDF Files Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. (p. 2-8) Print student sheet (p. 9) and provide each student with a worksheet. You may prefer to allow students to work in pairs Distribute the cards around the room Students may start at any letter and work their way through in any order Check answers An extra sheet is provided (p. 11) to have students choose 4 letters and write 4 sentences to demonstrate their understanding and express their own creativity Alternatives and extensions: Rather than have students work around the room, you may prefer to have students work at their desks. In the past, I have placed the question cards up front or on the board with a magnet and students come up and select one at a time to work on. Students are free to try another card once completed or if they get stuck Have students illustrate the sentences and make a class book Have students write their own sentences, illustrate and make a class book Enjoy!
Math Center: Number Sense Basics – Counting Fingers and In Words
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Math Center: Number Sense Basics – Counting Fingers and In Words

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Math Center: Number Sense Basics – Counting Fingers and In Words is a matching activity designed to build a conceptual understanding that amounts can be represented in many ways. The cards are specially designed so that students are required to mentally switch between different concepts as they endeavour to find a complete match. This requires a higher level of thinking than simply using the same visual representation. These cards assist in developing mental computational fluency in young learners, creates flexibility in counting and is an ideal resource for independent math centers or math station rotations. Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the cards. Using the imbedded arrows, students create a match of three when they find 3 cards that have the same value. Cards can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. This resource contains: 61 cards / 20 matches (3 cards to a match) and one title card. PDF and PNG files. Enjoy!
Know Your Animals Quiz Task Cards - Dangerous Ones Bundle
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Know Your Animals Quiz Task Cards - Dangerous Ones Bundle

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Know Your Animals Quiz Task Cards – Dangerous Ones are fun, general knowledge task cards. Questions are based on 50 potentially dangerous animals in our wondrous world. The 5 categories are arranged by continents (please note that Europe is omitted due to its comparatively safe animal world, while Australia stands alone in representing the Oceania continent). South America Australia Africa Asia North America The dangerous animals included in Set 1: Jaguar, golden poison frog, fer-de-lance, fire ants, giant otter, blue-ringed octopus , inland taipan, saltwater crocodile, pufferfish, redback spider, black mamba, cape buffalo, African elephant, mosquito, cheetah, Komodo dragon, sloth bear, king cobra, Asian wild water buffalo, leopard, wolf, rattlesnake, Portuguese man o’war, cougar, grizzly bear. The dangerous animals included in Set 2: Brazilian wandering spider, giant anteater, green anaconda, red-bellied piranha, black caiman, great white shark, eastern brown snake, funnel-web spider, box jellyfish, cane toad, hippo, hyena, rhino, African lion, puff adder, wild boar, Indian red scorpion, tiger, Asian giant hornet, bull shark, polar bear, black widow spider, wolverine, moose, American bison. This resource contains: 50 Multiple Choice Task Cards and 2 Title Cards A student sheet for each set An answer key for each set PDF and PNG Files Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards (p. 2-8) This resource can be delivered a few different ways: As a research activity: Print out just the questions for the students (p. 9-10). Students progressively research their answers on the internet (some questions require creative and skilful research skills!) Teachers may wish to have students work in pairs to research their answers. It is helpful if a time limit for research is imposed to ensure students stay on task. To make it challenging, I make it only about 30 or 45 minutes, so students need to be strategic with the questions they research. The task cards can then be spread around the room and students are given the answer template to write their answers. From experience, this is a much better learning experience. There appears to be so much more student satisfaction when students actually know an answer that they have found during their research as opposed to giving it their best guess. Even without assigning the research questions first, the task cards by themselves have still proved be a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging activity. At the end, students can check their answers with the answer key and add up their totals. The quiz could also be used as an ice-breaker for a new group of students, as a staff team-building activity or end-of-year gathering. Teachers can of course adapt the quiz and the rules to better suit their classroom environment. Enjoy!
Punjabi Vocabulary Match Bundle
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Punjabi Vocabulary Match Bundle

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Punjabi Match Vocabulary Bundle is a set of versatile vocabulary resources that work as matching or memory activities. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Punjabi lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: A total of 284 cards (140 matches in total and one title card for each set) Numbers: 0-20, 100, 500, 1000 Colors: blue, black, brown, red, green, pink, grey, purple, orange, white, yellow Fruits and Vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English sets as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Italian Task Cards - Animals
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Italian Task Cards - Animals

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Italian Task Cards – Animals is a set of task cards designed to reinforce or assess vocabulary. They are well-suited to students beginning their journey into the Italian language. Although these cards are commonly used as task cards, they can also be utilized in centers or rotations. This resource contains: A total of 34 questions (17 task cards and 1 title card) Student recording sheet Answer key PDF and PNG files Instructions Print, laminate and cut the individual cards Print student sheet and provide each student with a worksheet Distribute the cards around the room or at a learning center Students may start at any number and work their way through in any order Check answers Enjoy!
Korean Vocabulary Match Bundle
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Korean Vocabulary Match Bundle

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Korean Match Bundle is a set of versatile vocabulary resources that work as matching or memory activities. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Korean lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: A total of 284 cards (140 matches in total and one title card for each set) Numbers: 0-20, 100, 500, 1000 Colors: blue, black, brown, red, green, pink, grey, purple, orange, white, yellow Fruits and vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English sets as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required.
Bulgarian Match – Fruits and Vegetables
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Bulgarian Match – Fruits and Vegetables

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Bulgarian Match – Fruits and Vegetables is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Bulgarian lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Fruits and vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
French Match - Animals
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French Match - Animals

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French Match – Animals is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken French lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Polish Vocabulary Match Bundle
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Polish Vocabulary Match Bundle

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Polish Match Vocabulary Bundle is a set of versatile vocabulary resources that work as matching or memory activities. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Polish lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: A total of 284 cards (140 matches in total and one title card for each set) Numbers: 0-20, 100, 500, 1000 Colors: blue, black, brown, red, green, pink, grey, purple, orange, white, yellow Fruits and Vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English sets as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Vietnamese Match - Animals
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Vietnamese Match - Animals

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Vietnamese Match – Animals is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Vietnamese lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Vietnamese Match - Fruits and Vegetables
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Vietnamese Match - Fruits and Vegetables

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Vietnamese Match – Fruits and Vegetables is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Vietnamese lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Fruits and vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Persian (Farsi) Match - Everyday Objects
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Persian (Farsi) Match - Everyday Objects

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Persian (Farsi) Match – Everyday Objects is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Persian (Farsi) lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Bengali (Bangla) Vocabulary Match Bundle
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Bengali (Bangla) Vocabulary Match Bundle

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Bengali (Bangla) Match Vocabulary Bundle is a set of versatile vocabulary resources that work as matching or memory activities. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Bengali (Bangla) lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: A total of 284 cards (140 matches in total and one title card for each set) Numbers: 0-20, 100, 500, 1000 Colors: blue, black, brown, red, green, pink, grey, purple, orange, white, yellow Fruits and Vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English sets as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Hungarian Match - Fruits and Vegetables
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Hungarian Match - Fruits and Vegetables

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Hungarian Match – Fruits and Vegetables is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Hungarian lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Fruits and vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
Georgian Match Vocabulary Bundle
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Georgian Match Vocabulary Bundle

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Georgian Match Vocabulary Bundle is a set of versatile vocabulary resources that work as matching or memory activities. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken Georgian lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: A total of 284 cards (140 matches in total and one title card for each set) Numbers: 0-20, 100, 500, 1000 Colors: blue, black, brown, red, green, pink, grey, purple, orange, white, yellow Fruits and Vegetables: apple, banana, peach, avocado, tomato, blueberries, beet, garlic, lettuce, broccoli, grapes, onion, carrot, cherry, lemon, corn, mushroom, pumpkin, eggplant, celery, strawberry, pineapple, ginger, cauliflower, potato. cantaloupe, raspberries, mango, chili, watermelon, coconut, kiwi, bell pepper, orange Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra Everyday Objects: car, book, tree, sun, chair, ball, house, bus, pen, hat, fork, spoon, bowl, bed, bicycle, scissors, boat, desk, door, flower, refrigerator, table, guitar, shoes, phone, microwave, pencil, window, paper, taxi, toilet, towel, toothbrush, television, train PDF and PNG files Also includes the English sets as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!
German Match - Animals
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German Match - Animals

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German Match – Animals is a versatile vocabulary resource that works as a matching or memory activity. They are well-suited to language centers and group rotations. The cards are compatible with other vocabulary categories, so they can be mixed with other topics as the need arises. It is recommended that these cards be complimented with spoken German lessons to ensure correct pronunciation. This resource contains: 71 cards (35 matches and one title card) Animals: bear, bird, cat, cheetah, chicken, cow, crocodile, dog, dolphin, duck, elephant, fish, fox, frog, giraffe, horse, kangaroo, koala, lion, monkey, mouse, octopus, ostrich, panda, penguin, pig, rabbit, rhinoceros, seal, shark, sheep, snake, tiger, whale, zebra PDF and PNG files Also includes the English version as a bonus extra! Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards. Mix the vocab and picture cards and have students match the picture with the vocab. Play the memory game. After mixing, place the cards face down and have students turn over two cards. If the student matches the picture with vocab, the student keeps the set before trying to find another match. If no match is found the next student takes a turn. Continue until all cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end is the winner. Cards are versatile and can be divided into as few or as many sets as required. Enjoy!