This game is fantastic for beginner adult ESL students to use clothing-related vocabulary to practice speaking and listening in a fun way. Great for small or large groups, it can be played over and over again to cement their knowledge of the vocabulary terms as they try to beat their previous time.
Visually-appealing full-color photos from the public domain are used. The vocabulary terms are NOT included so that students associate a term with an image rather than just reading a word. This also means that the cards are good no matter what form of regional English you might be teaching.
If the color ink is a problem, check out my worksheet resource as it includes a version of this game using black and white clipart instead of photos.
✔ 2 pages teacher's notes
✔ 6 pages of cards (48 cards total)
Check out these related resources:
✔ESL Clothing Vocabulary Bingo
✔ESL Clothing Vocabulary Digital Presentation
✔ESL Clothing Vocabulary TASK CARDS
✔ESL Clothing Vocabulary WORKSHEETS
✔ESL Clothing Game: I have... Who has...?
Grab the BUNDLE
✔BUNDLE: ESL Vocabulary: Clothing
You may also be interested in this home vocabulary resource:
ESL Home Vocabulary BUNDLE
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