Make this fun African animal vocabulary die for the kids (or older children can make it themselves) by printing one of our versions below, then cutting out, folding and glueing the flaps to stick it together.
These vocabulary dice cover many of the topics and holidays that we feature here at Activity Village - and we will be adding more as time goes on too. They can be used in many ways. Here are just a few ideas:
- roll and ask children to name the picture (for vocabulary extension in the classroom)
- roll and ask the children to describe what they see in as much detail as possible
- ask the children to write down the words as they roll the dice (for spelling and handwriting practice)
- roll and put the picture into a sentence, or use it as the basis for a story
- as a game - roll and ask children to name something else with the same starting sound
- as a game - roll behind a screen and ask one child to describe what they see, without saying the name, so that the other children can guess what it is.
The names of some African animals can be quite hard to remember, but the kids will enjoy learning them with this fun vocabulary die. If you choose the black and white version the children can colour in the pictures on the die too.
Are you learning about British Wildlife at the moment? Help the kids learn to remember and spell the names of animals and birds with the help of our fun vocabulary die. You could also use it for brain-storming all kinds of writing projects.
Our British wildlife vocabulary die is perfect encouraging the imagination and for language development.
We have two versions of this Easter vocabulary die to choose from, a pretty pre-coloured version or black and white for the kids to colour in themselves. Make the die by cutting out, folding and glueing the flaps together, then use for lots of fun Easter-themed vocabulary games.
There are lots of fun vocabulary games you can try with this adorable farm animal die. Start off simple with spelling or naming the animals, then try asking the kids to write or say a sentence including each animal.
This fun farm animal vocabulary die is perfect for playing vocabulary games after a visit to a farm. Each child can roll the die, then either name, spell or write a sentence about the animal they get! Or use to prompt some story writing set on a farm.
Try some fun vocabulary games with this cute minibeast vocabulary die. Younger kids can simply say the name of the minibeast, and older children can have a go at spelling them too. Or throw the die and the minibeast that lands face up becomes the central character in a creative story!
Learning the names of minibeasts can be tricky, but it'll be lots of fun with this cute minibeast vocabulary die. Print out either our pre-coloured or black and white version (the kids can colour the pictures themselves), cut-out and stick together by glueing the flaps.
This adorable pet animal vocabulary die is a fun way to help develop vocabulary skills and encourage creativity. Print, cut out and glue the die, then use for fun vocabulary games or as a story starter.
This pet animal vocabulary die is so much fun that the kids won't realise they're learning too! Use for vocabulary games or for sparking creative writing. We have two versions to choose from: pre-coloured, or black and white so the children can colour the pictures in themselves.
The children can have fun playing with this lovely sea creature vocabulary die and learn some new names of sea creatures whilst they play! If you choose the black and white version, they can colour in the pictures themselves. Simply cut out, fold and glue together to make the die.
Learning new vocabulary will be lots of fun with this lovely sea creature vocabulary die! Use for fun vocabulary games or for creative writing inspiration. Choose from two versions below, then simply print, cut out and glue your die together.
There are lots of ways to use our spring vocabulary die at home or in the classroom. Younger kids can simply roll the dice then say the word, but older children can try spelling the words correctly. Simply print, fold and glue your die to begin.