feelings matching game english vocabulary for kids
If kids are new to the topic, or if they need some help with their spelling, introduce the vocabulary by using our wordlist or picture dictionary before playing the game. Otherwise, they may find it quite difficult.
how to play
There are twenty cards in the game.
Ten of the cards have pictures and ten of the cards have words.
At the beginning of the game they are displayed face down.
Click on two cards to match the word and the picture.
If the two cards don’t match, they are turned face down again.
If they show the pair, the cards remain open.
Continue until you have ten pairs.
Try to remember where the pictures or words are.
You have to match all the pictures and words as quickly as possible.
Don't worry if your result is not perfect! Just click on the Play Again button to start the new game.
learn and practise english with our printables that go well with the feelings matching game
Bingo! cards are a fun way to build language skills. You can use them for introducing and practising vocabulary, and they are great to play word games. Also, kids can collect them to make their own picture dictionaries.
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