[Sentnece Matching Activity Cards] What is the Problem?


~:| Description |:~

This is an activity that practises health problems. It consists of 20 cards; each card has a sentence on one side and half a picture on the other.

Page (1) contains detailed instructions on how to introduce the activity and assemble the different parts included. On the last two pages, there is a cover and a box that are flat and could be easily folded and assembled.

For better results, it would be good if you printed the cards and laminated them after they have been folded. For the box and its cover, using think papers could give better results. You may print the box parts on normal A4 papers and glue them afterwards on a card-stock (those used in art-craft and making gift cards) to have a stronger box.


~:| Vocabulary|:~

earache – fever – flu – headache – toothache – stomach ache – sore back – sore eye –  sore throat – sprained anckle.

feverish – lifted – hardly – swallow.


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~:| Download |:~

Mirror-01 | Mirror-02





  1. Leila said,

    January 6, 2011 at 1:49 PM

    Brilliant…Fantastic…Amazing…Creative idea. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • January 6, 2011 at 8:08 PM

      Oh my!! You are so kind dear Leila.. It’s your encouraging words that keep me enthusiastics and want to do more everyday..(o^^o)..

      May Allah grant you happiness here and in the Hereafter (Al-Akherah)..

  2. Habiba said,

    January 7, 2011 at 7:29 AM

    That’s what I was looking for.Thanks dear for your great work.

    • January 7, 2011 at 8:08 AM

      Dearest Habiba,

      It’s my pleasure to have been able to give you as little help as this one activity. I wish you and your students enjoy the activity, and it will be great if you could share with us any alternative ideas in addition to what have already been suggested. (^^,)

      Take care.

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