37 My Family Vocabulary Words

My Family Thematic Unit – Ideal for classroom bulletin boards, family lesson plans, reading and writing reference.

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My Family Thematic Unit Word Cards

My Family Words List

Mother, Mum,/Mom, Mummy, Father, Dad, Daddy, sister, brother, aunt, aunty, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin, Grandpa, Grandma, Granddad, grandparents, Grandchild, Pop, Poppy, wife, husband, partner, son, daughter, Grandfather, Grandmother, Nana, Nanna, stepmum/stepmom, stepdad

Plus spare blank cards to write your own words…


A4 Paper Size - Comic Sans

A4 Paper Size - Jarman

A4 Paper Size - NSW Foundation

A4 Paper Size - NZ Print

A4 Paper Size - Open Dyslexic

A4 Paper Size - QLD Beginners

A4 Paper Size - SA Beginners

A4 Paper Size - Sassoon Infant

A4 Paper Size - TAS Beginners

A4 Paper Size - UK Cursive

A4 Paper Size - Vict. Pre-cursive (WA/NT/VIC)

U.S. Letter Paper Size / U.S. Spelling - Comic Sans

U.S. Letter Paper Size / U.S. Spelling - D'Nealian

U.S. Letter Paper Size / U.S. Spelling - Open Dyslexic

U.S. Letter Paper Size / U.S. Spelling - Sassoon Infant

U.S. Letter Paper Size / U.S. Spelling - Zaner-Bloser

How to use this teaching resource

  • Remember the capital rules – Use a capital with these words only when the context is more ‘personal’ or a particular title like ‘Aunty Betsie’ but ‘her aunty’ or ‘Mum and Dad said …’ but ‘your mum is coming over….’
  • Brainstorm and see if you can come up with more ‘family’ words.
  • Don’t forget you can print these at this size or smaller is you like by adjusting your printer settings.
  • Works in well with My Family Concept Book. Children use the word cards to help ‘label’ (will need capitals) each immediate and extended family member as they draw.

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Comments & Reviews

  • Awesome so glad I am able to get the font and so many resources for my son. I am one happy mum

    Comment by Denise Dann on April 11, 2016 at 7:43 am

    • Thanks Denise 🙂

      Comment by Donna Cox on April 22, 2016 at 1:49 am

  • Are you able to add pictures to these word cards? I have high EAL/D needs in my class and pictures would be such a help!

    Comment by Rebecca Vernot on May 4, 2017 at 11:42 pm

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