Get into the new EPL 2020/21 season with this wonderful set of activities!
The first is the wordsearch of the 2020/21 football teams, featuring related images.
The second is a match-up activity where the kids need to match the football club to its stadium. There are clues to use to help figure this out! The kids simply need to enter the number of the stadium next to the football club’s name
Club / clues examples:
Club: West Ham
Clue: originally a track and field venue for the 2012 Olympics
Clue: the Middle East’s largest airline
Clue: what you’d call a well-behaved, male offspring
This listing includes answers and explanations of the clues in case anyone needs them!
These are great activities for football fans and those learning about the game.
This pack includes a 54 word wordsearch puzzle containing key terms relating to the beautiful game of football (‘soccer’ to some of you.)
The match-up activity requires the matching up of the definitions to the 20 football key terms such as assist, dribble, kickoff, offiside :)
Answers for the matching activity included.
Get the kids excited again about Tokyo 2020, even though it has been postponed to 2021!
This activity requires the kids to study the sport image / icon and then write the name of it underneath - there is a name bank on page 2 to help them out!
Answer file included.
This is the bundle version of the two World Cup activity packs also available on this account.
Enjoy time with your children in the last weeks of term and get into the spirit of the World Cup!
3 quality wordsearches, a fun ‘Name the team / country’ activity by looking at the flag / colours of the strip, and a World Cup quiz. There are two versions of the second two activities to assist those who’ll need a little help as well as challenging those who need some stretching.
Seven activity files altogether plus three answer files.
This is a great resource and sold so well during the time of the World Cup 2018. But your kids would still thoroughly enjoy this even if they don’t have a love for football/soccer.
The wordsearch and anagrams activity are great activities to strengthen pattern-recognition skills and enhance vocabulary, and a fantastic way to practice pronunciation of names from around the world.
You can even use this to get into the spirit of the Euro cup 2020! Or just because you love football / soccer in general :
In this pack you’ll get a wordsearch of the teams which represented in the World Cup 2018 and two other activity sheets - one to name the countries by looking at the flag and colours of the football strip plus a list to choose from, and another (upwards differentiated version) with an added activity of anagrams; unscramble these to find the names of various World Cup 2018 footballers. 8 pages in total inc. answer sheet.
This is a great bundle to get into the mood of the UEFA Champions League - Final 16, for the 2020/2021 year.
This contains 3 resources plus the solutions for each:
A wordsearch of the 16 clubs in the ‘Final 16’ knockout phase, plus spaces for students to make their Winners and Runners-up predictions
A matching activity where students need to match the football club name with its highest-paid player
A matching activity where the students need to match the 16 highest-paid players with their actual weekly salaries
(3 separate files included for solutions / answers.)
These activities are meant to entertain the students in the run-up to the UCL knockout phase which is due to begin on February 2021.
Particularly if you or your students are fans of football, this will be a fun activity to complete in the classroom! At the end-of-term / beginning of term, this will be a refreshing activity to complete e.g. during form / tutor time or during a portion of one of your lessons.
There is also opportunity with this activity to talk about which countries the clubs are from, where the players are from, how you pronounce their names, how the clubs can afford these wages, what the players have purchased with their wages, what charities they are know to support / have started themselves… :)
Grab this wordsearch of the 31-man team that is the England Rubgy Team of 2019.
As well as finding the names of the players, kids will practice their reading skills and can even investigate further as to where some of these names originate.