Feelings and Nouns- Pick and Draw Game

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Topic: General

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Feelings and Nouns- Pick and Draw Game
Instructions for teachers
Cut up one pack of cards per class or per group of two to four students, including or 
leaving out the 
“The”“is” and “a/ an” cards depending on whether you want students to 
make full sentences like 
“The knife is angry” or just adjective plus noun pairs like “sad 
knife” or “a happy black cup”. You could also take out “ill” and “angry” cards so that you 
can cut off the 
“an” part of the “a/an” card. Students put adjectives and nouns together to 
be able to draw that thing, or to make their partners draw it if that would be more fun. 

sad

happy

cold

hot

ill

sick

tired

sleepy

angry

scared

spoon

fork

knife

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leg

skirt

T-shirt

dress

pencil

plane

cup

snake

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cat

car

shoe

number nine

question mark

umbrella

baseball bat

sock

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rabbit

elephant

dog
bag

tree

toothbrush

fish

window

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towel

tiger

tennis racket

ruler

pen

nurse

mouse

monster

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monkey

lion

kangaroo

house

hippo

gift

doctor

crocodile

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cow

computer

brush

Optional colour cards

black

blue

brown

green

orange

pink

purple

red

yellow

Optional grammar cards

The is a/an

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