This bundle combines 3 decks of 24 cards to practise clothes vocabulary. Each deck has 12 target clothes items, contextualised in sentences with “It is a…” or “They are..'”. The learner listens and reads the sentence, then chooses the corresponding picture.
These decks are particularly useful for non-literate learners, learners developing literacy skills, and for learners practising pronunciation and speech independently.
SEE BELOW FOR PLAYABLE PREVIEWS OF EACH SET
The vocabulary items are:
skirt, sweater, dress, jacket, shirt, pants, shorts, socks, shoes, T-shirt, vest and underpants
SEE the British English deck for alternatives: trousers, trainers, pants
flipflops, boots, slippers, sandals, sneakers, rain boots, overalls, swimsuit, swimming shorts, pajamas, boxer shorts, and coat
SEE the British English deck for alternatives: trainers, dungarees, welly boots and pyjamas
cap, headscarf, woolly hat, gloves, scarf, tie, raincoat, bag, belt, watch, sunglasses, glasses
See the Option 2 deck for: hijab & backpack
The audio is recorded in Scottish Standard English.
Boom Cards are self-grading, DIGITAL TASK CARDS that you play on the Boom Learning website. They are easy and fun to use and make it easy to differentiate for individual learners so every child experiences SUCCESS:
· No printing, cutting, laminating BUT you can print them if you choose
· Use with internet-connected devices: computers, tablets, phones, Smartboards
· Data tracking with paid subscription
You will receive a link to the task cards on the Boom Learning website when you download the files in this resource. You will be asked to sign into your account or create a free account. All purchased decks can be found in your Library. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge). Apps are available for Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires. Use this resource on a tablet, computer, or Smartboard!
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Don’t forget to check out our Clothes Topic page too for songs, related stories and other resources.
Any comments and suggestions are always welcome. Any questions, email me at [email protected]