36 Toys Vocabulary Words

36 Toys Theme Words – Printable words and pictures related to toys. Ideal for literacy games and classroom reference

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36 Toys Vocabulary Words

  • Ideal for literacy games and activities, as well as classroom bulletin boards and display…..

Toys Words List

tricycle, bike, blocks, wagon, dolls, pony, cards, chess, dollhouse, dominoes, marbles, skipping, puzzles, dice, soldiers, teddy bear, ball, scooter, hoop, train, truck, cars, remote control, yo-yo, spinning top, puppet, wooden toys, soft toys, action figure, abacus, firetruck, robot, board game, skateboard, video game, xylophone

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Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - Comic Sans


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - NSW Foundation


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - Open Dyslexic


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - QLD Beginners


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - SA Beginners


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - Sassoon Infant


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - TAS Beginners


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - Vict. Pre-cursive (WA/NT/VIC)


Toy Vocabulary Words - A4 - NZ Print


Toy Vocabulary Words - US Letter Size - Comic Sans


Toy Vocabulary Words - US Letter Size - D'Nealian


Toy Vocabulary Words - US Letter Size - Open Dyslexic


Toy Vocabulary Words - US Letter Size - Sassoon Infant


Toy Vocabulary Words - US Letter Size - Zaner-Bloser


How to use this teaching resource

  • Many of the above words have double letters – explore these and make a list of toys with double letters.
  • Categorise the toys words using the headings – ‘Outdoor Toys’, ‘Soft Toys’, ‘Water Toys’, ‘Wooden Toys’ ‘Electronic Toys’ even ‘Past Toys’ ‘Present Toys’ ‘Future Toys’ – this is a good one to demonstrate how toys have changed over the years and why. Children can predict what future toys might be like. Brainstorm more toys and add to the list. (circle those double letters)
  • Take a look at ‘Toys Theme‘ in our teaching ideas pages – loads of great contributions there..
  • Again, there are lots of phonics opportunities for loads of ‘word play
  • You can make these words smaller size by using the reduction settings on your printer and just printing off black and white copies, these smaller sizes are great for cut and paste activities.
  • When not being used on a wall display, place them in labelled boxes, or hanging pockets for continued use and reference.

 

 

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