While basic appearance and body parts vocabulary are usually included in classes for beginners, even advanced students can increase their vocabulary in this area if you choose to cover it in class. With 344 body parts worksheets, you are sure to find something that matches the level of your students. Here is a comprehensive list of appearance and body part vocabulary that you could use as a review handout for intermediate to advanced students or just for your own personal reference. You can see that the level of vocabulary included in the table ranges from beginner to advanced. This worksheet is a speaking activity for young elementary learners. The vocabulary is very simple but the worksheet is well laid out and will enable students to describe imaginary characters using the target sentence structures. Use the images and information at the top of the page about Max to demonstrate the activity. These are just two of the excellent worksheets available in this section so take your time going through the others and do not forget to check out the other subsections for describing people and things.
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Describe Your Relatives
Put in the Missing Letters of the Body
Song Worksheet: Body Parts by The Plain White T's
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Gestures, Facial Expressions, Ways of Looking and Speaking
Famous People Guessing Game
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James Bond Appearance Game
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