Download free printable clothes worksheets and use them in class today. On this page, you can find a collection of PDF worksheets for teaching about clothes and clothes vocabulary in English. These worksheets are ideal for kids and beginner English language learners. See below for the worksheets currently available, and check the bottom of the page for related resources.
In this first clothes worksheet, students are asked to look at the item of clothing picture and to circle the correct word. This worksheet is great for teaching English words about clothes and for practicing the spelling of the names of clothes in English.
This next clothes worksheet is for practicing writing the names of items of clothing in English. There are 10 pictures of clothes. Students should write the correct word next to the pictures. This worksheet is suitable for kids and beginner ESL students to practice reading and writing the names of clothes in English.
To complete this worksheet, students should unscramble the letters to make a word. Then students should write the name of the item of clothing in the blank spaces.
This worksheet is a printable word search about clothes vocabulary. Students should find the words in the grid and then check off the items of clothing as they find them.
This worksheet for beginners includes 12 clothes words and students must write each word 3 times. This writing worksheet is great for kids and beginner ESL students to practice writing and spelling clothes vocabulary.
In this clothes worksheet, students should unscramble the letters to make a word. Then students should draw a line to connect the clothing vocabulary to the correct clothes picture. This is good for kids and beginner ESL students.
In this worksheet, students should rearrange the words to make the correct sentence about clothes. Key expressions include ‘Put on your (hat).’, ‘Take off your (jacket).’, ‘He/She is wearing a (T-shirt).’, etc.
This worksheet is based on the classroom game ‘Find somebody who…’. Students should walk around the class and talk to their friends ‘What are you wearing?’. Then they should complete the table with their friends’ names and the items of clothing they are wearing.
This bingo worksheet to teach clothes vocabulary can be used for many variations of bingo. Simply instruct students to cut out the clothes and arrange them in a 3×3 bingo grid. Then call out the clothes vocabulary using the target language. For example, ‘What are you wearing?’ – ‘I am wearing a (hat).’, ‘She is wearing a (skirt).’, etc. Students should then turn over that clothes picture. Once students have turned over 3 in a line, they have 1 bingo line. The first student to get 1/2/3 bingo lines is the winner.
This last clothes worksheet is based on the ‘Battleships’ activity. Students should fill in the grid with 10 clothes words without showing their partner. These clothes words are the students’ ‘Battleships’. Then students will take turns trying to find their partner’s battleships by calling out coordinates. When a student finds one of the battleships their partner must make a sentence using the clothes vocabulary in that square. For example, ‘I am wearing a blue shirt.’
For more lesson materials for teaching about clothes/items of clothing in English, check out these related resources:
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