Countries And Nationalities ESL Worksheets
The ESL worksheets on this page can be used in English lessons about countries and nationalities.
All of these worksheets are absolutely free and can be downloaded in PDF format.
These are useful worksheets for teaching English lessons about countries and nationalities to beginner ESL students.
They can be used in ESL lessons with expressions such as ‘Where are you from?’.
Check out the bottom of this page for other FREE resources to teach ESL lessons about countries and nationalities.
ESL Worksheets About Countries And Nationalities
Worksheet 1: Country Question And Answer
In this ESL worksheet students must read the question and write an answer based on the country flag pictures.
The questions in this worksheet ask students questions such as ‘Where are you from?’, ‘Are you American?’, ‘Are you from Spain?’, etc.
This worksheet is good for beginner learners to practice answering and writing full sentences about countries and nationalities.
Worksheet 2: Countries, Nationalities, and Languages
In this worksheet, students must read the country name and then write the nationality and language of the people in that country.
For example, America – American – English.
Worksheet 3: Country Writing Worksheet
This simple writing worksheet is for students to practice writing the names of different countries in English. Perfect for beginner ESL students.
Students should write each country word 3 times. Click the button below to download this PDF worksheet.
Worksheet 4: Unscramble The Letters
In this worksheet for beginners, students must unscramble the letters to find out the county name. Then they should connect the country word to the correct country flag picture.
This worksheet is useful for reviewing the names of different countries and spelling.
Worksheet 5: Countries Bingo
This bingo worksheet includes 9 different county flags.
To play, students should cut out the 9 flags and then arrange them in a 3×3 bingo grid in any order they wish.
Then, students can turn over the country flag as the teacher calls out the country name.
TIP: To practice speaking while playing this game, encourage students to ask you a question, and then answer as you choose one of the country flags.
For example, students can ask ‘Where are you from?’, and you can answer ‘I am from (Korea).’, etc.
Worksheet 6: Countries Battleships Activity
This country and nationality worksheet is based on the game ‘Battleships’.
Students should write 10 countries / nationalities anywhere in their grid without showing their partner. These words are the students’ ‘Battleships’.
Then students will take turns trying to find their partner’s battleships by calling out the grid coordinates (e.g. A 5).
When they find one of their partner’s battleships, their partner must make a sentence using the country / nationality vocabulary in that square.
For example, ‘I am from Spain’, ‘He is Korean.’, etc.
The first student to find all 10 words (battleships) is the winner.