fruit worksheets and fruit printables:
pineapple, grapes, blueberries, a strawberry, a kiwi, bananas, a
pear, an orange, a lemon, an apple, a watermelon, a peach, cherries,
a grapefruit, a plum
spaghetti string worksheets:
there are pictures on the left and the words on the right.
Students connect the pictures to the words and then trace the
words. There are 2 versions; one with the words written out in
dot form to be traced and a second with some of the letters missing
for the students to think about and fill in.
worksheets: there are pictures on the left and spaces on
the right for students to write the words. There are three
versions of this worksheet. The first page has the words in
dotted form to be traced three times. The second has the word
once in dot form to be traced then written two more times. The
third simply has blanks to write the words in.
searches: there are 3 versions with 2 different puzzles
for each version. The first version has the words written out
at the bottom for students to look for in the puzzle. The
second version has just the pictures and the students have to find
the words in the puzzle. The third has pictures and a place
for students to write the words after they find them.
there is one
crossword. It has images to represent all of the
vocabulary. Students can look at the picture and write the
word in the appropriate spot. There are many sites that offer
free crossword makers if you want to make crosswords with word hints
and not pictures.
board game: There are two versions of this game; one
has just the pictures and a second has just the words.
Students can travel around the board talking about the item, simply
saying the English word, reading the word and then using it in a
sentence, and more. It's up to you.
writing: there are two pages with pictures and two blank lines
for students to write anything they can about each picture. It
can be as simple as 'I like ...' and 'This is ...' on up.
Flashcards to match these worksheets:
flashcards from MES-English