Oral Language: Where is It? STATE FONTS

Years

EY - 1

Pages

10

Worksheets & Templates

Description

Oral Language: Where is It? allows students to demonstrate and improve their oral language skills.

Students will cut, arrange, and paste images on a background template, creating a scene they will describe. This activity also provides the opportunity for students to improve their fine motor skills through cutting, pasting and colouring in.

This resource comes with three themes and two options for how it is to be completed, making it ideal for individual, small group or whole class work:

  1. On the Farm
  2. In the Ocean
  3. On the Street

By adjusting the completion options, this activity can easily be modified for a range of year levels and purposes. It would also be ideal to use when teaching your students about positional language.

Our SCUMPS Posters and SCUMPS Display would be ideal to refer to during this task. If you’re looking for more oral language activities, check out Oral Language: Categorise It! and Oral Language: Sort It!

Additional information

Number of Pages

10

File Format

pdf

Australian Curriculum Code

AC9EFLA08, AC9EFLY02, AC9M1SP02, AC9MFSP02, EYLF OUTCOME 5: Children are effective communicators

Australian Curriculum V9

F - 6

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