Foods – Cut 3

Skills: Listening Speaking

Topics: Foods

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Food Cut and Paste Worksheet | Printable English PDF

Review food vocabulary through this cut and paste worksheet. This activity page is great for ESL, EFL, and young learners in expanding and reinforcing English vocabulary.

Cat is ready to eat lunch! Have your student cut out each of the foods and paste them by their name on the table. After pasting the animals, see if you can spell out and say each word!

What language skills are being reinforced?

These cut and paste worksheets are great resources to introduce early learners to foods and new vocabulary. By combining cutting shapes with pasting, students practice:

  • Matching
  • Recall or memory
  • Thinking and early problem solving abilities

Teaching nouns to your ESL, ELL, or young learner

Nouns can be described as people, places or things. In this worksheet, we are using nouns, because foods aren’t action words or adjectives!

We can teach nouns by using the objects around us. Can you think of some other kinds of food?

Check out our learning resources page for other great activities and worksheets!

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