This dominoes game would be suitable for emergent/ consolidating English as an Additional speakers and native English speakers to develop vocabulary and reading skills. The dominoes are shared out between players. If there are spare cards place them face down on the table. The first player lays a domino in the middle of the table and names the vegetable and word on the card. Players then take turns to say the name of the vegetable and read the word while placing a matching card. Other players can help if vocabulary is unknown or the word can't be read. If he/she is unable to play, he can take one of the spare cards, if available, and if it matches, it can be placed. The winner is the first player to use up all his/her dominoes.
The vocabulary used in this game includes:
potato, carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, onion, mushroom, lettuce, cucumber, tomato. celery, turnip, broccoli, peas, beans, aubergine, garlic, asparagus, artichoke, parsnip, peppers, brussels sprouts, sweet corn pumpkin, radish, courgette, leek, sweet potato
Laminating the dominoes or printing on card is suggested.
Other activities and worksheets for teaching vegetable vocabulary are available in my store called EALEE (English as an Additional Language Excellent Education)
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