Browse, download and print resources designed for learning and practising English words related to the theme Wild Animals: crocodile, elephant, giraffe, hippo, kangaroo, kiwi, lion, rhino, seal, snake, tiger, zebra.
The Wild Animals resource set introduces twelve vocabulary words that reappear in eight different activities. Although created as a complement of our online activities and games, these resources can be used separately in any way you want.
Depending on your needs or preferences, you can browse them in three ways:
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Take a look at the previews to see which ones are best for you and your students! Each resource image is a direct link to the pdf file.
Here you will find a guide to our worksheets (Read and Match, Missing Letters, Crossword, Wordsearch). The guide provides materials to download and print, as well as resource previews, short descriptions and links to the related online activities.
Our printables are in pdf format. To download them, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The set contains four different word games (Flashcards, Bingo, Domino, I Spy), four different worksheets (Read and Match, Missing Letters, Crossword, Wordsearch), a word games instructions and a worksheets answer key. Simply click the resource image you are interested in and print your activity.
Classroom games give kids the chance to review vocabulary words in pairs or groups. Below you will find four different types of word games to download and print. There are also handy details about each of them, plus links to the pages that contain more tips and ideas on how to use them in class.
Related online activities
Flashcards make learning fun. They are a great tool for presenting, practising and revising new vocabulary. Also, you can use them to play different word games such as memory, matching or guessing games.
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.
It's a fun matching game, very simple to play. In the game, players match tiles (text/picture) and get rid of their dominoes in order to win. You can use them as a warm up, filler or cooler activity.
The objective of the game is for the students to find words on the game board. The caller can say the item they have to look for, describe it or say the letter for what it begins.
Below you will find four different types of worksheets designed to learn and practise English vocabulary in a fun way. Read handy details about each of them, and check out some ideas for extra classroom games that go well with our printables.
Related online activities
Read and Match
This is a very easy matching test designed for ESL beginners and young kids. In this activity, students draw lines between each word and its picture.
In this activity, students must fill in missing letters to spell a word correctly according to its accompanying picture.
For beginners and young kids. Great for practising and revising new vocabulary. In this activity, kids use the picture clues to figure out the words that go in the crossword.
This activity, suitable for beginners, is a fun way to practise vocabulary and spelling skills. There are twelve hidden words, and they go accross and down only.