It is/ They are Run and touch

Oxford Activity Book for Children 1

Hold up or read out the card for students to run and touch in the classroom. “They are + description” sentences must be two different things, i.e. not two tables for “They are T words”.

Part One – specific objects

It is a girl

 

They are girls

 

It is a boy

 

They are boys

 

It is a teacher

 

It is a bag

 

They are bags

 

It is a box

 

They are boxes

 

It is a book

 

They are books

 

It is a cup

 

They are cups

 

It is a game

 

They are games

 

It is a glue stick

 

They are glue sticks

 

It is a table

 

They are tables

 

It is an umbrella

 

They are umbrellas

 

 

 


It is/ They are Run and touch

Oxford Activity Book for Children 1

Hold up or read out the card for students to run and touch in the classroom. “They are + description” sentences must be two different things, i.e. not two tables for “They are T words”.

 

Part Two – Descriptions

It is big

 

They are big

 

It is little

 

They are little

 

They are people

 

It is in a house

 

They are in a house

 

It is in a kitchen

 

They are in a kitchen

 

It is in a garden

 

They are in a garden

 

It is one

 

They are two

 

They are three

 

They are four

 

They are five

 

It is paper

 

They are paper

 

It is a toy

 

They are toys

 

It has legs

 

They have legs

 

It is wood

 

They are wood

 

It is blue

 

They are blue

 

It is pink

 

They are pink

 

It is red

 

They are red

 

It is yellow

 

They are yellow

 

It is green

 

They are green

 

 

 

It is an A word

 

They are A words

 

It is a B word

 

They are B words

 

It is a C word

 

They are C words

 

It is an F word

 

They are F words

 

It is a G word

 

They are G words

 

It is an M word

 

They are M words

 

It is an O word

 

They are O words

 

It is a T word

 

They are T words

 

It is a U word

 

They are U words

 

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