vocabulary: 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
there are pictures on the left and three 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 3 blanks to write the words in.
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 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.
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