Worksheets for Teaching K7
ESL Young Learners: Index
Section 20: Determiners
In this section, you will find worksheets that cover the determiners all, some, and none.
Some of the fish have stripes.
All of the birds have beaks.
Section 21: Rhymes
In this section, you will find worksheets that demonstrate simple rhyming. The rhymes are arranged according to phonics progressions such as CVC words or consonant digraphs.
Bug rhymes with rug.
Bell rhymes with shell.
Section 22: Opposites
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities that focus on opposites.
Up is the opposite of down.
Under is the opposite of over.
Section 23: Comparing and Contrasting
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching comparing and contrasting.
They both have scales.
Lizards have legs, but fish have fins.
Section 24: Sports
In this section, you will find worksheets and flashcards that can be used to teach and review common sports names.
He is playing soccer.
She won the gold medal
Section 25: A House
In this section, you will find worksheets and flashcards that can be used to teach and review the rooms in a house as well as furniture and common actions in a house.
I brush my teeth in the bathroom.
Section 26: Places in a City
In this section, you will find worksheets and flashcards that can be used to teach places in a city as well as the interrogative pronoun where and the preposition at..
She is at the library. He is at the park. They are at the theater.
Section 27: Promises and Resolutions
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities for talking about promises and good behavior.
I promise to help my mom.
Section 28: Synonyms
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities for teaching synonyms to young learners.
Quick is another word for fast.
Section 29: Birds
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities for teaching about birds to young learners.
Birds have beaks. Birds build nests.
Section 30: Fish
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities for teaching about fish to young learners.
Fish have scales. Fish live in rivers.
Section 31: School Supplies
In this section, you will find worksheets and activities for teaching about school vocabulary to young learners.
pencils, pens, erasers, paint, books, paper etc.
Section 32: How Many Are There?
In this section, you will find worksheets for answering the question How many are there?
There are two cows. There is one eraser.
Section 33: Feelings, Emotions and Physical Condition
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching emotions and physical condition vocabulary to answer the question How do you feel?
He is hungry. She is scared. He is angry.
Section 34: Jobs and Occupations
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about different occupations to young learners.
What do you want to be when you grow up? A farmer is someone who grows food.
Section 35: Biomes and Animal Habitats
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about different biomes such as desert, tundra, savanna, and rainforest.
Where do polar bears live? Polar bears live in the tundra.
Section 36: Geographical Landforms
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about geographical features.
She is in a cave. He is on a volcano.
Section 37: Farm Animals
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about farm animals.
Cows live on a farm. Milk comes from cows.
Section 38: Present Continuous
In this section, you will find worksheets that explain how the present continuous is made along with spelling rules for doubling up the consonant and dropping the final e.
He is reading a book. She is watching TV.
Section 39: Present Continuous II: Summer Camp
Worksheets that review the spelling rules for making the present continuous from the previous section and teach vocabulary related to summer camp.
He is making a fire. They are setting up a tent.
Section 40: Fruit
Worksheets and flashcards that review fruit as well as colors and 'like.'
I like apples. Grapes are purple.
Section 41: Vegetables
Worksheets and flashcards that review vegetables as well as colors and 'like.'
I like carrots. Carrots are orange.
Section 42: Word Skills: Begins With
Worksheets that teach the basic word skill of saying what a word begins with.
Bat begins with B.
Section 43: Food and Drink
A large collection of worksheets and activities for teaching food and drink as well as other expressions such as 'would like' and 'feel like.'
I'd like some coffee please.
Section 44: Pets
A large collection of worksheets and activities for teaching pet vocabulary as well as the verb 'to have.'
She has a bird. He has a turtle.
Section 45: Word Skills: Ends With
Worksheets that teach the basic word skill of identifying and saying what a word ends with.
King ends with NG.
Section 46: Toys
Worksheets that teach the toys plus the verb to have in the third person singular.
King ends with NG.
Section 47: Being Polite
Worksheets for teaching polite language plus the conditionals.
Section 48: Protecting Nature
Worksheets for teaching about ways to protect the environment.
Section 49: Materials
Worksheets for teaching about where materials come from and what they are used for.
Section 50: Health and Sickness
Worksheets and activities for teach health related vocabulary such as runny nose, sore throat and headache.
In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about forest animals. There is also a mini unit on how animals get ready for winter.
Bears are getting ready for winter. They are catching salmon in the rivers.
Section 52: Superlative Adjectives
In this section, you will find worksheets for rules on how to form superlative adjectives.
Mt. Everest is the highest mountain in the world.
Section 53: What Do Scientists Do?
In this section, you will find worksheets that teach language describing what scientists do.
Scientists predict, observe, classify, compare, and measure.
Section 54: Parts of a Plant
Worksheets for teaching the parts of a plant and why they are important.
Roots are important because they gather water.
Section 55: Setting of a Story
Worksheets for teaching about the setting of a story.
The story takes place in the future.
Section 56: Chores
Worksheets for teaching about chores and 'have to.'
I have to sweep the floor.
Section 57: Before and After
Worksheets for teaching about adverbial clauses using before and after.
I brush my teeth before I go to school.
Section 58: Raising a Puppy
Worksheets for teaching about raising a puppy and 'have to.'
You have to feed your puppy.
Section 59: Helpful Insects
Worksheets for teaching about how insects can be beneficial.
For example, ladybugs eat garden pests.
Section 60: Food Chain
Worksheets for teaching about how animals are classified by what they eat.
Deer and rabbits are herbivores.
Section 61: Months of the Year
Worksheets for teaching the months of the year.
January, February, March . . .
Section 62: The Solar System and Outer Space
Worksheets for teaching the solar system and other outer space vocabulary.
Mercury, Venus, Earth . . .
Section 63: Continents and Oceans
Worksheets for teaching the names of the continents and oceans.
Asia, Australia, Africa . . .
Section 64: Summer and Beach
Worksheets for teaching some summer and beach activities.
People take trips. Kids find shells.
Section 65: The Outdoors
Worksheets for teaching some outdoor activities.
People can go fishing. People can go camping.
Section 66: Where Are the Toys
A unit that combines toys with prepositions. This unit has a good set of large preposition flash cards.
The bear is behind the train.
Section 67: Definitions by Categories
Students use categories to define words.
A guppy is a kind of fish. A gecko is a type of lizard.
Section 68: Irregular Plurals
Students make sentences about plural forms.
Children is the plural form of child.
Section 69: Communities and Citizens
Flashcards and games for reviewing concepts related to communities and citizens.
Good citizend vote in elections.
Section 70: Wonders of Nature
Flashcards and games for reviewing vocaubalry related to natural phenomena.
Section 71: Academic Skills
Flashcards and games for reviewing vocaubalry related to academic skills such as making predictions and observing things.
Section 72: What Do You Want to Do?
Flashcards and games for reviewing vocabulary describing things kids typically want to do.
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