A fun worksheet to make students aware of the vocabulary differences in American English and British English. In my opinion suitable for most grade levels - the variable being more or less teacher guidance. Older students will be able to fill in the worksheet without much guidance, while younger students might require explanations and definitions for some of the words.
The worksheet consists of two rows of words (33 words in each row), one filled with AE words and one filled with BE words. The students are asked to mark whether they use the BE or AE word most often, and to count the total number of BE and AE words they use, so as to determine whether they use mostly BE or AE vocabulary.
My students loved to discover the vocabulary differences through this worksheet, as it is directly linked to their own language use and experiences. Hopefully your students will enjoy it just as much!