45 School Activities Vocabulary Words

45 School Activities, Classroom Routines words to print. Terrific for class team building and class rules and procedures. Also ideal as ESL and Special ed.

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School Activities Vocabulary Words

  • 45 At School Activities and Routines.
  • Terrific as a general reference for class team building and class rules and procedures.
  • Also ideal as ESL and Special Needs communication cards.

School Activities Words List

participate, encourage, share, cooperate, practise/ce, communicate, ask questions, respect, read, write, learn, talk, listen, help, laugh, sing, play, draw, paint, glue, cut, watch, exercise, eat, work, colour/color in, think, do our best, sit, stand, walk, rest, look, talk quietly, drink, sit in a circle, line up, pack away, tidy up, wash hands, go to recess, go to lunch, have free time, go to the toilet, sit on the mat

Plus spare blank cards to write your own words…

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School Activities - D'Nealian


School Activities - Zaner-Bloser


How to use this teaching resource

  • Ideal for use with concept book “In Year ____ I will learn …..”
  • We have had quite a few visitors ask about ESL and Special Needs communication cards. We have incorporated daily routines into these cards. Print and laminate the routine cards (such as ‘sit on mat’ etc) and place a hole in one corner – pop on a curtain ring, or a split pin, and have available to use with your ESL or Special Needs children. You could make up smaller size versions for your ESL/Special Needs children to use themselves.
  • Make a class big book with each child writing and illustrating a page ‘At school we……..
  • Brainstorm more words for this theme and use the blank cards for the children to write and illustrate those words.
  • Incorporate in ‘back to school’ activities – use the great – ‘We All Fit In’ idea from Michelle, and make up a class puzzle with children writing and illustrating each word on a puzzle piece..
  • Use in games and activities from ‘back to school’ activities – use the great – ‘101 Ways to Use Word Cards’

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