Easter vocabulary exerciseswith listening and spelling exercises to learn English online. You can watch a vocabulary video or click on an image to learn or review the vocabulary. From there, you'll find three sections full of games and acitivites to practice the vocabulary, check your spelling and improve your listening skills.
This game focuses on Easter vocabulary with conversational actitivities using the question 'What do you call that?' or 'Do you call that ...?' With 10 different Easter vocabulary activities, students should be well versed by the end of the program.
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adjectives 1, adjectives 2, animals 1, animals 2, animals 3, bedroom, body parts, can, chores, Christmas, classroom, clothes, colors, daily routines, desserts and snacks, drinks, Easter, family, feelings, food, future tense, fruit, Halloween, health problems, insects, months, nature 1, nature 2, numbers 1-10, numbers 11-20, part-time jobs, passive tense, past tense, people, places 1, places 2, plural nouns 1, plural nouns spelling, plural nouns irregular, prepositions of place, present perfect tense, sports, telling time, transportation, Valentine's Day, vegetables, verbs 1, verbs 2, verbs 3, weather
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