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Domino worksheets:

animal dominoes
animal dominoes
Level: elementary
Age: 6-10
Downloads: 397


Price domino 2-2
Price domino 2-2
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 398


Price domino 1-2
Price domino 1-2
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 377


clothes domino / dominoes
clothes domino / dominoes
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 354


Letīs play dominoes! Set 1: Food
Letīs play dominoes! Set 1: Food
Level: elementary
Age: 6-11
Downloads: 331


Where is the Smurf Preposition Dominoes and Memory Cards 21 Page Set
Where is the Smurf Preposition Dominoes and Memory Cards 21 Page Set
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Downloads: 252


CLOTHES DOMINO - ELEMENTARY
CLOTHES DOMINO - ELEMENTARY
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 242


NUMBERS DOMINO
NUMBERS DOMINO
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Downloads: 239


TIME - DOMINO GAME
TIME - DOMINO GAME
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 240


conditional dominoes
conditional dominoes
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 229


Where is the Dalmatian? Large Dominoes Part 1 of 2
Where is the Dalmatian? Large Dominoes Part 1 of 2
Level: elementary
Age: 5-14
Downloads: 221


Letīs play dominoes! Set 2; School
Letīs play dominoes! Set 2; School
Level: elementary
Age: 6-11
Downloads: 221


Animal Domino
Animal Domino
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 208


Preposition Dominoes + B/W version + Rules ( 5 pages )
Preposition Dominoes + B/W version + Rules ( 5 pages )
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 206


Animal Dominoes - Paw 2/2 (by blunderbuster)
Animal Dominoes - Paw 2/2 (by blunderbuster)
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Downloads: 203


CLOTHES DOMINO - ELEMENTARY, SET 2
CLOTHES DOMINO - ELEMENTARY, SET 2
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 203


Animal Dominoes - Paw 1/2 ;o) (by blunderbuster)
Animal Dominoes - Paw 1/2 ;o) (by blunderbuster)
Level: elementary
Age: 5-12
Downloads: 200


OCCUPATIONS - dominoes (part 1)
OCCUPATIONS - dominoes (part 1)
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 199


Prices (dominoes)
Prices (dominoes)
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 199


Weather Domino
Weather Domino
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Downloads: 200


 

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  Games worksheets > Domino > VERB DESCRIPTION Dominoes
VERB DESCRIPTION Dominoes VERB DESCRIPTION Dominoes

I use these cards for 3 different games: 1) Domino Races - print out a sheet for each student (or pair of students) Cut them out and then "On your marks, Get set, Go!" For real excitement time the children with a stop watch. 2) Description Game: One at a time the student comes up selects a card and then has to look at the clues and work out the verb they have to describe. Without using the words on their domino they have to describe or act out the verb. The student who guesses correctly gets to go next. 3) Make a circle: give each student one domino. Use your stop watch again. Time the students while they organise themselves into a circle in the correct order of the dominoes. Then get the students to red out the dominoes in order to check they have it right. See the crossword for an assessment activity that uses the same pictures - http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=113688#thetop Verb Pictures are taken from Sunshines wonderful work http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=1454&modo=comment#comments

 Level:elementary
 Age: 8-17
 Downloads:214

Copyright Đ 04/10/2008  Vickiii
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Comments:


Kisdobos
Hungary

         posted by Kisdobos
Thank you!


Katia del Pilar
Peru

         posted by Katia del Pilar
Thanks!!!


anatoren
Israel

Great ws!         posted by anatoren
Thanks.


frenchfrog
France

         posted by frenchfrog
Thanks a lot! They are great! (05.10.08)


martuccia
Poland

         posted by martuccia
Wonderful!Thank you!


mmargalef
Spain

great!         posted by mmargalef
thanks a lot


Cris M
Argentina

         posted by Cris M
Very useful! Thanks for sharing your material.:)


chat
Portugal

:)         posted by chat


sindelll
Ukraine

         posted by sindelll
Great idea!Thanks!!


isabelzr
Spain

         posted by isabelzr
Nice and useful. Thanks


crashid
Peru

FANTASTIC! THANKS FOR SHARING!         posted by crashid


gisel
Mexico

         posted by gisel
Thanks!! This is really helpful :)


sruggy
Morocco

fabulous         posted by sruggy


Azza_20
United Arab Emirates

         posted by Azza_20
thanks :)


Lidukas
Russian Federation

Thank you!!!! Great as usual!!!         posted by Lidukas


pupa
Serbia

         posted by pupa
Thanks a lot for sharing!


angelolo
Israel

SUPERB :-)         posted by angelolo


meuge
Argentina

         posted by meuge
REALLY GREAT! THANK YOU!!! IT WILL BE VERY HELPFUL!!!


Cassy
Brazil

         posted by Cassy
thanks a laot


Cassy
Brazil

         posted by Cassy
thanks a lot


Mietz
Germany

         posted by Mietz
Sorry to contact you this way - I just have a tiny question. You often write "there" when I would write "their" (e.g. "it is there intellectual property and people should pay for it"). Is that typical for New Zealand or am I getting something wrong? I m just wondering.
Thanks for your contributions and your always being active in the forum btw.


Mietz
Germany

         posted by Mietz
Heya - thanks for the answer. I really didn t want to criticise. We always see worksheets about the differences in British and American English. I know nothing about the English in New Zealand. That s why I asked. (What is the nationality of New Zealand? Germany - German / New Zealand - ?) :-) Thanks again!


Mietz
Germany

         posted by Mietz
Hi Vickiii - thanks for the answer and the information about English in New Zealand! :-)
Concerning the nationality I meant that people in Germany are German(s), people in the UK are British, in Austria Austrian ... What are people from New Zealand? New Zealanders?
Also - I would say British English, American English, Australian English and "New Zaalandian"? English? No idea. Thanks for your help! :-)


Mietz
Germany

         posted by Mietz
Thank you for the extensive answer! :-) Apparently from a German point of view New Zealand (Neuseeland in German) is the country furthest away from Germany. I would still like to go there some time, as it is supposed to be very beautiful (and I keep reading here, that the people are really nice and friendly :-)) ...).
So would you call your English "New Zealand English" or "Kiwi English"?

Concerning the other one comment under my worksheet - I find it rude not to use English here and I keep complaining about it. Therefore I have to stick to my own principals... :-)
Thanks again!


ericaplak
Brazil

Thank you!!!         posted by ericaplak
Thank you for this great activity and for your kind comments on my worksheets...
I love teaching and designing material, nowadays, as Iīm pregnant, Iīm not such an active member here, but hopefully soon Iīll start contributing again!


marzenka
Poland

thank you!         posted by marzenka
Itīs a fantastic worksheet! Very useful! :)


aftab57
United Kingdom

         posted by aftab57
Thank you for sharing.


lilytech
Argentina

         posted by lilytech
I didn`t write " I don`t like YOUR ws"(to the hurt user).IT was a general comment to the popular phrase" I hope you like it".


Montypython
France

Awesome & so useful !!! thanks so much !!!!          posted by Montypython