Are you looking for a fun way to practice high-frequency words needed by English language learners at the pre-production stage? Here´s a fun Valentine´s day well-known card game that your students will enjoy!
Valentine´s Day ESL/EFL printable Card Game I love… Who loves…? Reviews high-frequency words using differentiated sentence structures. Includes 3 levels of difficulty: easy, medium and hard. Great for introducing vocabulary, practice and assessments!
If used as designed, you will print the 3 versions (easy, medium and hard levels). You will use them to introduce the high-frequency vocabulary words, practice using them with the sentence structures and as an assessment – all in one resource!
High-Frequency words included in this resource
q a, and, ball, bat, bed, cake, cap, car, cat, cow, cup, dad, day, dog, hat, hen, I, is, it, man, map, mom, pan, pig, rat, sun, the, van
Game played the same way as the well-known version of I have Who Has.
Supports 4 language domains plus vocabulary comprehension
Intentional use of only pre-selected words in each set
Includes fun color visuals and clean card format.
Includes a worksheet for independent learning centers.
Sets of cards for 3 levels of difficulty
Great for differentiating
Whole group practice or independent learning centers
HOW TO USE THE 3 LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY with ALL STUDENTS
Version 1 Easy – Use for vocabulary introductions and reviews.
Version 2 Medium – Use to practice already taught vocabulary.
Version 3 Hard – Use as an assessment activity.
WRITE THE ROOM. Place cards randomly around the classroom. Students search for the cards and write the sentence structures on the worksheet.
QUIET DOMINO CARD GAME. Same as I have Who has but played with small groups. It is a silent reading comprehension card game. Students read cards silently and whoever has the card places it on the table.
1 PDF file with color and black and white cards plus writing worksheet
Suggestion: print cards on cardboard and laminate for durability.
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