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after recieving postive feedback on the previous sets i posted earlier, i made another set this time for: bread, burger, potatoes and fish. if you like this set, you can download the previous one on this link: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=78813#thetop
Sangeeta Saini saved to art and craft
Make lunchtime more fun with these FREE Lunch Box Jokes and Smucker's Uncrustables! The kids will enjoy!
Jill Freeman saved to quotes
Read the descriptions. Guess the fruit or vegetable. Pictures are the hints. Practice the name of common fruits and vegetables. Discuss their colors and shapes and how we cook them. Again Thanks to PhilipR for the inspiration. - ESL worksheets
Kristi Johnson saved to Better Than Cold Cereal
Riddles difficult or easy, challenging or tricky. What is a Riddle? A riddle is a question or statement that describes something without actually naming what it is, leaving the reader to guess. A riddle is a puzzling question or problem that we want to explain and solve. Riddles can be about anything: food, animals, clothes, weather, people, school, family….. Riddles can be funny or silly, short or long, difficult or easy, challenging or tricky. Have Fun!
sheldene harris saved to Who am I
Students read the riddles and guess the food, mainly fruit and vegetables. It's a fun way to revise food vocabulary. Key included. Enjoy! - ESL worksheets
Jeramie M saved to Discussion
What fruit is always sad? - Answer: blueberry
Misty Bakane saved to school crafts
4th and last set of cards. if you like this set, you can download the previous one on this link: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=78813#thetop
Guess the answers to these funny food riddles. These What am I? Riddles come with answers and you can share them with family and friends for fun.
Nthatisi Hlapisi saved to lol