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Jobs crossword (1 of 3)
This is the first worksheet of a set of 3 crosswords I have made to complement my jobs and occupations flashcards, but they have different pictures. In this worksheet students have to match the pictures with the jobs from the box and then write the words in the crossword. Answer key included. The other parts will be coming very soon!!! Hope you lik...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 2523

B&W pictionary
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 2245

A few exercises to practise vocabulary connected with the topic "Occupations"
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 2186

Students will label the pictures with the names.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 1883

Worksheet to practice vocabulary related to the world of work. There are matching and fill in the blanks exercises. The key to the exercises is included on the second page. I hope you like it and find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1856

First worksheet in a set on jobs. This is the pictionary that includes the name of 42 different jobs. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice evening/day. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1574

Jobs-What do they do ?(2 pages+Fully Editable+Answer Key)
These pictures are from my student. This is the first page of a set of 220 different jobs.Students complete the sentences and then match them with the pictures.The pictionary worksheet is here http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=353717#thetop. Hope you like them and find them useful!
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 1448

Jobs and occupations (2 of 8)
This is the second part of a set of 8 flashcards about jobs and occupations. Hope you like them!!!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1426

Practice vocabulary with these games and puzzles!!
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1. This person works in an office answering the phone and  writing letters in the computer.
3. This person arrests criminals.
5. The same as eight across.
7. This person cures people and works in a hospital.
9. This person sells vegetables and fruit.
2. This person repairs locks and makes keys for the doors.
3. This person cures animals.
4. This person works in a school teaching children.
6. This person works repairing cars.
8. This person works the land and has a lot of animals.

Match the words from the crossword with the correct pictures.

               A)                      B)                        C)                         D)                                 E)  
                   F)                                    G)                                      H)                           I)

What's the occupation?

Follow the instructions and discover the hidden occupation!

                            1. The nineteenth letter of the alphabet.                              
                            2. This letter is in HOUR but not in OUR.                           
                            3. This letter is in only one day of the week.                        
                            4. This letter is between O and Q.                                      
                            5. This is the first vowel.                                                    
                            6. The days of the weekend start with this letter.                     
                            7. The season I go to the beach starts with this letter.         
                            8. The first personal pronoun.                                                                 
                            9. This letter is the same as the letter in clue number one.    
                           10. During Hallowe'en children go ___rick or ___reating!     
                           11. This word is a single letter and means one.                       
                           12. This letter is in ANT but not in AT.                               
                           13. This is the twentieth letter of the alphabet.                    



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