This is a worksheet designed for use in the early days of third grade (Chapter 2, Do It Talk of New Crown).
It's a simple idea I've used several times for other grammar points, too. It's very easy, but still fun for good classes.
It requires little explanation, so I'll keep this brief.
Expect to fill about 20 minutes, and be prepared to sub some students with scissors and glue/tape.
- One sheet per student. Here it is (as always, just download it and open in Word to display properly)
- Starting in pairs, then later wandering around the class, students ask each other "Would you like something to eat/drink?"
- This can be changed to "What would you like for dinner" etc.
- The other student answers from the clipart (write on food names if needbe)
- The first student cuts out the appropriate picture and hands it over with a "here you are" (or "I'm sorry, I don't have that)
- Stick the picture on the plate
- You can then get them to write some sentences if you like. Feel free to use the lined sheets I posted a short while ago.