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FOOD and DRINKS : ACTIVITIES TO PRINT

 

(Updated on 16/09/2016)


  • The Gingerbread Man: "This week we have been retelling the story of The Gingerbread Man. Can you tell the story at home using our story map?
    Once upon a time…"

 

  • food and drinks, likes and dislikes
    Pupils learn vocabulary for talking about fruit, vegetables and drinks.
    They can talk about their likes and dislikes, they learn and practise I like and I don't like.
    The worksheet provides adjectives to justify their likes. Pupils have to order positive and negative adjectives.
    Created by Isabelle Boresy (Ac. Amiens)
  • An English breakfast
    In this lesson, students learn useful words and expressions that they can use when describing an English breakfast. Students have to label a photo.
    This worksheet is also great for getting students to interact with each other talking about their own breakfast.
    Created by Isabelle Boresy (Ac. Amiens)

  • Chocolate Excuses (neatorama.com)

 

  • Breakfast Mascot Alphabet
    "Who doesn't love sugary sweet cereal for breakfast (well, besides moms everywhere).
    I wanted to pay tribute to these memorable mascots with this magically delicious design."

    (baboondesign.blogspot.fr)

 

 

  • American Breakfast Food
    - Photos and labels for American breakfast foods, plus matching (with cookout foods) and short answer exercise
    (ielanguages.com)

 

  • COOKING VOCABULARY - PAGE 9
    "Match these cooking verbs to their definitions or pictures."
    (BBC)

 

 

  • Food Origin : Raid the Cupboards!
    "1) Look at the labels on food in your cupboards, fridge and freezer.
    2) Which different countries do the foods come from?
    3) Can you mark these countries on a map of the world ?"

    (Primary Resources)

 

  • Tudor Food - a PowerPoint presentation (primaryresources.co.uk)

 

  • Food - worksheets accompanied by Teaching Suggestions
    - Food: British Food
    - Food: Eating Habits
    - Food: Habits & Holidays
    - Food: Sayings

    (tefl.net)
  • Food in Britain
    "What do children eat in Britain? Help your students find out with this vocabulary activity."
    (longman.com)
  • Food
    "Students classify food vocabulary items according to whether they are fruit, vegetable, meat, dairy or other."
    (esl-lounge)
  • Look at the portrait of Mr Vegetafruit and Mrs Vegetafruit , his wife .
    "They live in the country and not surprisingly , their faces are made up of both fruit and vegetables !
    What you have to do is to identify the various fruit and vegetables ."

    (Alain GAYER - Activitice - Ac. Bordeaux)




  • LEARN WITH DRAWINGS : FOOD & DRINKS (pictures and questions) - (erp.oissel.onac)



  • Burrito Poetry
    "After you read these burrito poems, think about your favorite food. Think about how it tastes and how it makes you feel.
    Now write your own poem about it. It can be a haiku, a limerick, or any other kind of poem!"

    (towerofenglish.com)