Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut

Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
Printable 36 Verbs Set 5 Ready to Print and Cut
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This is a printable PDF of verb set 1 which is ready to print and cut for doing activity in class which can be acting game, sentence making and more. Applying of the printed material can be made by teachers.

Verbs in this set:

break
brush
build
burn
catch
follow
forget
forgive
freeze
grab
grill
jog
kneel
know
lock
look
love
make
march
meet
say
see
seek
sell
send
serve
set
sew
snore
stop
study
swallow
sweep
write
yawn
yell

Here are some activity that I have applied in my class:

=== Pick and Act ===

Activity type: Group
Number of students: >2

After printing and cutting into 36 verb cards, let your students cut them, it makes them relax.

Before you start the activity, you may consider some verbs to use in this game from the pack, some may be removed. Let the student sit around the table and let the first one pick from the pile, not to let any sees the card.

Now tell the first student to act as the card says. For example, the card has “swim”, he/she must act swimming to everyone and let them guess what action is it or let them quietly write the word “swim” on the paper which you may continue teaching them in spelling.

Then, let the next student pick and act.




=== Pick and Make it Past form ===

Activity type: Single or group
Number of students: any

This activity is for testing my students who study grammar. I used to apply this to my individual class and it worked well for him. I tested him about past form of the verb. Let them pick one card up and tell the past form of it. For example: he picks up a card of “swim”, he must say “swam” or even “swum” and then write it down to the table.

He was going to have a test in this lesson, so I applied it.


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