Teach your children sports vocabulary in English. Ready, steady…go!

Sport vocabulary activities to do with your children: Sport Charades: Write the names of different sports on pieces of paper and put them facedown. Take it in turns to choose a piece of paper (don’t let the other players see it). Act the sport that is on the piece of paper. The other players have to guess...

Sport vocabulary activities to do with your children: Sport Charades: Write the names of different sports on pieces of paper and put them facedown. Take it in turns to choose a piece of paper (don’t let the other players see it). Act the sport that is on the piece of paper. The other players have to guess…

play-do-go-sports

Sport vocabulary activities to do with your children:

Sport Charades:

Write the names of different sports on pieces of paper and put them facedown. Take it in turns to choose a piece of paper (don’t let the other players see it). Act the sport that is on the piece of paper. The other players have to guess the sport. The player who guesses correctly then takes a turn.

Sport Flashcards:

Find some sport flashcards on the internet or use the images provided below. Print the flashcards and cut them out. Place the flashcards on a table. Call out the name of a sport. The other player(s) have to find the corresponding flashcard as soon as possible.

Sports

Mini Olympics:

Invent new sports – for example combine 2 sports such as tennis and football to make “tenball”. Think of a name, how to play and any equipment needed (you can also make some of the equipment – for example a target for “ball archery”, or pins for ten pin bowling). Once you have invented the sports you can hold a ‘Mini Olympics’ competition with friends and family.

Sports equipment game:

To practice vocabulary for sports equipment you can try this online game from the British CouncilSports Mixer

Let’s go!!

Deja un comentario