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Picture description: House worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

A matchup activity - match the letters and numbers and then they complete the true or false activity. There is plenty more in the picture to describe and then they should describe their own house, or their ideal house. - ESL worksheets

This is a great activity to practice reading comprehension. Students read the statements, look at the picture and determine whether the statement is true or false.

This is a great activity to practice reading comprehension. Students read the statements, look at the picture and determine whether the statement is true or false.

With 130 million people worldwide playing the new Pokemon game there is probably a good chance that some of your students will enjoy this free art and writing activity. It could be a good vehicle for teaching alliteration (for example naming the Pokemon - Slimy Squiggle), simile (It is as fast as....) or

Description With 130 million people worldwide playing the new Pokemon game there is probably a good chance that some of your students will enjoy this free Pokemon inspired art and writing activity. It could be a good vehicle for teaching alliteration (for example naming the Pokemon - Slimy Squiggle), simile (It is as fast as....) or any other feature of descriptive writing, or just for fun. Enjoy! If you like this you may like our other engaging writing products such as: NEW - Blend/Digraph…

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Set of 8 picture description exercises - English ESL Worksheets for distance learning and physical classrooms

There are 8 sheets, each with a picture and an exercise, either T/F, answer the questions or put the missing word in. We all love pictures, they are so versatile and useful! These are to practise the present continuous tense, except the last one (past simple). PLEASE NOTE: These are all on my powerpoint. I have just transferred them to word. - ESL worksheets