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A selection of board games to practise animal body parts. This resource complements the story, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, but can equally be used separately as part of a unit on the body, animals or monsters. It fits in nicely with Halloween too!

Kids practice body parts language while creating their own jigsaw.
Easier and more difficult jigsaw templates are included. There are also three envelope templates for storing the puzzles with matching and drawing activities for fast finishers.

Simply print and play one of two sets OR choose one of the variations for the kids to make their very own version of the game. Double the learning, double the fun!
Kids can match pictures to text or text to pictures. You can also omit text altogether if you prefer to focus exclusively on oral recognition and production.

50 real-life body parts flashcards to use in a variety of communication games. Available in 3 different sets – image only, image + text and text only.
These clear and engaging images are perfect for printing as flashcards, posters or mini-cards for pair and group work.
This resource also includes optional card backs.

This resource is included along with several other activities in our From Head to Toe Activity PackChildren first complete their worksheet then transform it into a set of dynamic playing cards. The perfect complement to the Head to Toe story by Eric Carle or as part of a unit on body parts, animals or action vocabulary. Preview available in our TpT store.

This resource is included along with several other activities in our From Head to Toe Activity Pack.
Attractive card sets starring body, animal and action vocabulary that you can use in conjunction with Eric Carle´s From Head to Toe story OR as part of a unit on body parts, actions or animalsPreview available in our TpT store.

This easy to learn song is perfect for little ones at Christmas. It revises body and action vocabulary while tying in with Christmas. The song is to the tune of “Jimmy Crack Corn”.

Includes 3 different activities with different variations to help kids learn the song.

These cute Christmas flashcards are great for the littlest learners. They include: Santa Christmas treeSnowmanPenguinGingerbread ManReindeerPresentElf.
Includes word cards, card backs and Activity Suggestions. Use in several Christmas games or in a drama roleplay.

Kids make their own sets of Christmas Character cards to play in a variety of games.

6 different formats available to choose from to focus on a variety of skills.

See the preview for complete contents.

 

This resource is included along with several other activities in our Eat Your Peas Activity PackAttractive card sets starring food, daily routines and places in a town vocabulary. Use them in a wide variety of games to complement and build on language in the Eat your Peas story OR independently as part of a topic. Preview available in our TpT store.

This resource is included along with several other activities in our Meg and Mog Activity PackFlashcards, mini-cards and matching cards for animals, insects, food and clothes vocabulary related to the Meg and Mog story. It also includes halloween vocabulary sets.
Preview available in our TpT store.

Flashcards and game card sets starring musical instruments, pets and people vocabulary that you can use in conjunction with the I am the Music Man song or story book OR as part of a unit on music, pets or people.

This Spinner game provides several opportunities to practise music vocabulary both in the making of it and in playing with it afterwards. It complements the popular Music Man song and can be used as either part of a unit on music OR as a follow-up activity to the book, I am the Music Man, illustrated by Diane Potter.

Attractive card sets starring nature and landscape vocabulary that you can use in conjunction with the Snail and the Whale story OR as part of a unit on nature or travel. Detailed Activity Suggestions are included with games you can play with the matching and mini-cards. A great resource to have ready for fast finishers too.

Interactive matching worksheets featuring nature and landscape vocabulary. Use them in conjunction with the Snail and the Whale story OR as part of a unit on nature or travel. Detailed Activity Suggestions are included with procedures for differentiating learning to focus on receptive or productive skills.

Three attractive flashcard sets and corresponding mini-game cards. Many of the images in these card sets feature key vocabulary that appears in the story, Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown. The prepositions included are:
in, on, under, behind, in front of, opposite, next to, between, up, down, across, along