This is a new set of German worksheets I made for the kids that covers the rooms of the house as well as objects and furniture around the house. This set include poster-sized pictures of the main rooms of a house, writing stationery for the various rooms around the house, matching pages (German words to English words as well as German words to pictures). Plus, there are two Bingo Game sets (with 8 bingo cards). In all, this new German Packet is over 50-pages!
I had them write in the words on a large picture of a house and also provided them with a matching page.
My kids knew these pretty well, so we went on to describe objects in each of the rooms of the house. As you can see in the pictures below, I provided large pictures as well as those same pictures with space to write underneath.
Then, we went on to build their vocabulary with a lot of objects in the house. As you can see below, there are several matching pages of words (about 60-70 words from all the rooms in the house). Most of those items are in the larger room pictures you see above. Those three matching pages (top right) are German to English word matching. The ones in the lower right are German words to pictures (no English). And there are some suggested words (top left) of the words I pointed out to my kids, though blank pages are provided (lower left), so you can focus on whatever words suits your family/class the best. 🙂
der Kaffeetisch – coffee table
der Teppich – rug
das Sofa – sofa
die Kommode – dresser
der Kühlschrank – refrigerator
die Kaffeekanne – coffee pot
der Föhn – hairdryer
die Flüssigseife – liquid soap
das Rad – wheel
die Schüssel – bowl
der Kochtopf – sauce pan
der Abfalleimer – garbage can/dust bin
die Pfannenwender – spatula
die Zahnbürste — the toothbrush
der Vorhang – curtains
der Reifen – the tire
das Waschmittel — detergent
das Geschirr – dishes
der Kochtopf – sauce pan
der Wäschekorb – laundry basket
I took some of those words and created German word to picture matching pages. The kids always love playing Bingo… so I created 8 Bingo cards for the two words sets you see below.
We generally print the Bingo Cards out on cardstock and laminate them. Then the kids use dry-erase markers to cross of the word. The first person to get two rows (in any direction) wins! My kids ♥love♥ playing bingo, so it’s a fabulous way for them to review the vocabulary! 🙂
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I need to write an update about what we did with the kids this year, but you can get some insight into how German works in our homeschool by visiting this post!
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