Print on cardstock and cut into cards, 1 set per 3-4 students. Set has a picture of clothing and the word in English for 48 clothing items (including a few less common words). Pick and choose which words you want to focus on. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
Battleship game using the names of 20 items of clothing in English: jacket, hat, socks, suit, shoes, skirt, raincoat, shirt, coat, boots, cap, blouse, necktie, dress, bathing suit, wallet, eyeglasses, sweater, gloves, belt.
Whole class speaking activity. Each card has a statement with I have and a question with Who has. Students listen to questions to know when to answer. Includes 36 separate cards. Uses vocabulary for 35 clothing items. Second version has only 27 cards.
Partner activity to use the 10 vocabulary words pictured. Student A designates a box by calling its coordinates (jacket and coat). Student A then guesses which of the 10 words are in that box. Student B responds either You're right or You're wrong. Students alternate turns until both sheets have
Sudoku game that uses the names of 9 pieces of clothing in English. Includes shirt, pants, blouse, skirt, dress, socks, shoes, jacket, coat. 5 versions included.
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This game uses pictures for 16 common pieces of clothing: shirt, blouse, pants, belt, necktie, hat, cap, jacket, coat, sweater, socks, shoes, boots, sandals, dress, skirt. Students must identify the clothing (use in sentences to make it more challenging) as they advance along the snail path. Just pi
Worksheet has a 6 by 6 grid with pictures of clothing. There are 16 clothing vocabulary words written out in words and students identify which square it is in. Includes second version in black and white.
This is an all-class activity. 5 students go to the front of class. There are 5 different pages hanging on the board. Each page has a name and 4 pictures of clothing. This activity uses a total of 10 different clothing items: tie, hat, shoes, coat, boots, pants, sweater, shirt, socks, belt. Student
This is a partner activity. Students take turns identifying clothes and then connecting them if correct. The goal is to complete as many squares as possible. Uses the vocabulary for: shirt, dress, skirt, shoe, sock, belt, cap, jacket, hat, pants, sweater, blouse, coat, raincoat. Contains 2 versions
This is a Connect 4 game for 2 or 3 players. Students are to identify the picture in the target language in order to win a square. The goal is to win 4 squares in a row, four times. Title and score box are in English. The rest has pictures only, so may be used for any language. Includes 2 versi
This is a partner activity with directions in English and pictures, so it may be used for any language. Students are to draw a line connecting a person to clothing to a place. They then take turns saying their sentences in the target language (Paul is wearing a hat to the museum.) and the partner
10 powerpoint slides. No text involved; pictures only, so can be used for any language. First 5 slides are for first year; last 5 for second year (all I words repeated, with a few new ones added). Slides cover general clothing, sports clothing + shoes, accessories. Pictures quickly appear then d
8 separate games. To win a square, the student must give a correct answer. If wrong, the opponent gets the square. This can be used for ANY level: identify picture, make a sentence with the picture, use a particular verb or tense, use a certain grammatical construction, use adjectives, etc. Pic
Includes 55 unique cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to save for years to come. Every card has one picture that matches exactly with each other card. The student to find the match and correctly identify it in the target language wins. Directions include rules for several variations of the g