Animals: This section contains several work sheets about animals. Pupils will get to know the names of various creatures from farm to circus animals.
This work sheet includes a colouring puzzle. Pupils can colour in all the animals which live on a farm and they will discover one of the largest animals on the planet.
Pupils can translate the names of various animals into English.
animals - food; Pupils can find the correct words to describe certain pictures using a set of vocabulary.
Pupils can fill in the correct names of various circus animals by choosing from the box on the right.
Pupils will learn the name sof some farm animals by writing the correct words under each picture.
Pupils will learn about some of the various activities which take place on a farm. They should write the correct phrases under each picture by using the expressions from the box at the top.
Pupils can assign numbers to pictures of animals and translate the words into Dutch.
Pupils can match several diagrammes of animals with the spelled out name on the right by drawing a line.
This work sheet contains several incomplete sentences. Pupils can complete them with the help of the Dutch words at the end of each line.
These tangled up lines lead to various animals. Pupils can follow the lines with their eyes and complete the sentences.
Pupils will learn the names of various animals by writing down the number of the picture and the Dutch translation. Afterwards they must cut out the pictures. When the teachers says e.g.: "show me the bear" , pupils must point to the card and raise it up.
Pupils will learn about having a cat as a pet by filling in the gaps using words from the boxes which are categorised as "body parts", "entertainment" and "care".
This little crossword about various animals should not be too difficult for children to complete