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Adjectives 3 sets
Animals 5 sets
Body Parts
Buildings (live)
Chores - 'have to'
Christmas 2 sets
Classroom 2 sets
Clothing 3 sets
Daily Routines
Descriptions (hair)
Fantasy 2 sets
Fruit (with likes, does, doesn't)
Future Tense (be going to ~)
Halloween 3 sets
Health have and feel sets
Hobbies 2 sets
House 2 sets
Kitchen 3 sets
Living Room
Months + clipart
Music - instruments
Nationalities 3 sets
Nature 3 sets
Part-time Jobs 3 sets
Passive Verbs 2 sets
Past Tense 3 sets
People/Jobs 2 sets
Phrasal Verbs 2 sets
Places 2 sets + There is
Plural Nouns
Prepositions of place and movement
Pronouns object and possessive pronouns
Question Words
Recess Activities 2 sets
School Building
School Subjects
Senses 5 sets: look, feel, sound, taste, smell
Shapes and Colors
Signs - road signs + prohibition
Sports 3 sets
St. Patrick's Day
Super Powers
Thanksgiving 2 sets
Time clock faces
Valentine's Day
Verbs 5 sets +can
Weather + elements

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 Wh-question and other question words

 what, where, when, why, how many, how much (money,) how much (amount,) what time, how long (time,) how long (length,) who, which

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Mark's note: I don't drill these as a separate vocabulary set.  I keep them by and pull them out now and then to remind students what they are asking when we are doing different things.

I have even thought of making a poster of them or just sticking them up on the wall to save me time.

Once you have taught 'how long' for length, you can easily expand to 'how far,' 'how tall,' and 'how old' or any of those in reverse to the 'how long' card.

Ex. If they already know 'how old' just pull up a student and ask, 'How old is he?'  After the class answers, gesture from the ground to his head and ask, 'how old'???  Student should know this isn't right.  Then explain that we ask, 'how tall' for height.  Then point to his feet or another poor soul's (our first volunteer has done his duty,) and repeat with the 'how long' flashcard.

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