Food - English ESL Worksheets

The ESL worksheets on this page can be used in English lessons about food and drink.

See below to download the PDF worksheets about food that are currently available. 

And check out the bottom of this page for other FREE resources to teach ESL lessons about food.

ESL Worksheets About Food And Drink

Worksheet 1: What Food Am I?

In this ESL worksheet for beginners students will read a description of a particular food or drink. Students must then fill in the blank space with the correct food word. 

This is a great worksheet to review food vocabulary while also practicing reading.

Worksheet 2: Food Likes And Dislikes

This food worksheet is about likes and dislikes. 

Students must walk around the class and ask their classmates ‘Do you like (chicken)?’. 

Then students must complete the table with their friends names and the food which they like and dislike.

This is a great worksheet for beginners which encourages students to speak using key expressions about food and drink.

Worksheet 3: Food Writing Worksheet

Practice writing and spelling food vocabulary with simple writing worksheet. 

There are 12 food vocabulary words and students must write each one 3 times.

This worksheet is great for kids and beginner ESL students.

Worksheet 4: Unscramble The Word

To complete this worksheet, students must unscramble the letters to make a food word. 

Then students must connect the word to the correct food picture. 

This worksheet is good for beginner ESL students to practice spelling and to review the names of different foods.

Worksheet 5: Rearrange the Sentence

This food worksheet is useful for beginner ESL students to practice sentence structure and writing sentences about food. 

This worksheet includes expressions about likes and dislikes with food vocabulary.

Worksheet 6: Food Battleships Activity

This food worksheet is based on the game ‘Battleships’.

Students should write 10 food words anywhere in their grid without showing their partner. These food 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. C 2). 

When they find one of their partner’s battleships, their partner must make a sentence using the food vocabulary in that square. For example, ‘I don’t like (fish).’

The first students to find all 10 food words (battleships) is the winner. 

Worksheet 7: Food Bingo

Practice food vocabulary with this bingo worksheet. 

Students should cut out the 9 food pictures, and then arrange them in a 3×3 grid in any order they wish. 

Then as the teacher calls out the food, the students can turn that food picture over. 

The first student to get 1 / 2 / 3 lines of bingo is the winner.

Then you can play again by asking students to turn over the pictures and make another 3×3 grid.