Tuesday, 31 May 2016

English Food Vocabulary and Color Practice for Kids - What Color Is It? | ELFLearning





Children and Kids can practice colors and food names with this simple pattern practice video from ELF Learning. The pattern in this video asks students what colors certain foods are. There is a mix of countable and uncountable nouns in the set that helps kids implicitly understand this sometimes complicated grammar pattern in English. Good for ESL and EFL students, kindergarten and preschool. 

Vocabulary include: 

corn
lettuce
brocolli
asparagus
rice
pumpkin
cabbage
eggplant
tomato
spinach
burdock root
okra

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