Teaching Resource

Commonly Used Verbs - Flashcards

PDF | 7 pages|Grades: 1 - 3

A set of 42 flashcards depicting commonly used verbs.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom when developing everyday vocabulary and when learning about verbs.

A great resource to use with new arrival students and those with special educational needs.

Print and cut a class set of flashcards. Show one card at a time to the students and ask them to call out the verb then act it out. Alternatively, choose a flashcard from the pile and ask the students to put it into a sentence.

The verbs in this resource include:

wash, talk, sit, walk, pull, pick, follow, drink, ask, run, jump, brush, pack, wave, build, colour, climb, cut, eat, give, look, paint, sing, push, play, turn, catch, stand, sleep, close, draw, fold, open, go, point, read, work, kick, write, throw, smile, smell.

  National Curriculum Curriculum alignment

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