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Old Macdonald Had A Farm Worksheet

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Songs are a great way to teach children vocabulary and there is probably no better warm-up exercise to teach farm animal vocabulary than the old classic nursery rhyme, Old Macdonald Had A Farm.

Below is a simple Old Macdonald Had A Farm worksheet that has some great comic images of different farm animals to help stimulate young children into learning. As well as the name of the animal, this song worksheet also includes the onomatopoeic noise that each of the farm animals make.

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Vocabulary – Memory Game – Arctic/Antarctic

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One of the best ways to teach young children vocabulary is through the medium of a Memory Game.

Below is a FREE memory game that focuses on vocabulary from the polar regions of the Arctic and the Antarctic. Please note that the vocabulary is only written on one set of cards to allow the testing of the child’s knowledge once the words have been learnt.

Begin by using the Arctic/Antarctic themed cards without words as Flashcards, pointing to each student while pronouncing the word and encouraging him or her to repeat the word after you.

Next play a warm up game whereby you pick random Arctic/Antarctic flashcards and encourage the students to say the right name for the picture as quickly as they can. Show the corresponding card with the word written on it to confirm that the student has answered correctly.

Finally, once you feel that the class know the vocabulary reasonably well, you can get the students to play the Arctic/Antarctic Memory Game.

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Memory Game - Arctic and Antarctic

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List Of Collective Nouns

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Below is a list of some of the more popular collective nouns for different animals, which has been split between mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and insects.

This list of collective nouns worksheet can be used as a fun handout to learn this interesting vocabulary, or can be laminated and used as a small wall-chart.

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List Of Collective Nouns

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ESL Food Worksheets – Countable Nouns

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These ESL food worksheets are suitable for intermediate level students and looks at different foodstuffs and whether they fall under the category of countable nouns, uncountable nouns or both.

This worksheet also has two exercises on different types of containers for uncountable nouns, as well as a task where the student is asked to choose the correct quantifier for each countable and uncountable noun.

Countable and Uncountable Nouns - Food

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