Animals- Memory and Category game

2012-02-24 12:43:48
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Here are three different uses for these materials:

1. Memory Game! It can be used as a memory game. Cut our the cards and either use stick tac (or tape) to place them on the board and the children have to try to match the pictures with the words. Every time they flip over a card they have to say the name of the picture. I suggest that you glue coloured paper on the backs of the cards so that they are more difficult to see through.

2. Category Game! Print and cut out the verbs. Put the verbs at the top of the board and put either the picture of the animal or the word in the appropriate category. Ex. A parrot can fly, so put it in the "Fly" category. A parrot can't swim, so it can't go into that category.

3. Can/Can't! If you are learning can and can't you can have the students make sentences when they put it into the category. Ex. A tiger can run. A tiger can't fly

This printable, downloadable handout is a great resource for elementary school students and kindergartners and nursery school students at Beginner (pre-A1) and Elementary (A1) level. It is great for revising Parts of Speech (aka word classes, e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs) in English, and is a valuable material for working on your groups' Speaking and Reading skills. It is focused on the theme of Animals.
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