Try these shopping cards to easily bring realia into your class without lugging in boxes of items. Each card has a picture of an item and price and will work great for any shopping/money related lesson.
This resource consists of 64 pictures from cities around the world. Each picture has the city name and country on it. These pictures can be used to complement lessons on travel, vacations, cities, climate, culture, world geography, architecture, and more.
This photo bank builder contains 116 unique pictures of people wearing a variety of different things. If you’re working on clothing vocabulary in your class, the possibilities are endless for the ways you could use these pictures with your students.
Check out these picture bank pages that include 4 pictures of the same category per page. These are great for activities that practice comparative adjectives.
Pictures are essential in the language classroom. They’re interesting, they spark discussion, they provide a purpose for tasks, and they relate to people. They can be used in so many different ways. Having a bank of pictures on hand is as essential to a language teacher as a painter having a paintbrush.
This activity consists of 20 pages, each with four pictures of a particular category. On the top is written a question using which. For example, “Which hat do you like best?” This handout is great for various discussion activities to get students chatting and practicing the superlative.
These vocabulary cards, talking charts, and slides will transform your lesson on illness and remedies into a dynamic and exciting interactive class.
Download and use these cards with food vocabulary to do a variety of activities with your class.