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English Vocabulary for Body Parts
Learn Body Parts in EnglishThis is a lesson to help you learn many common parts of the body in English. There are eight learning methods for you to work through, including five different games and three different types of flashcard. At the end, there are three example sentences for each word.
Vocabulary Games forThe games and flashcards are currently set to test the following [wait...] words:
Table of Contents
- Match-the-Pairs Game
- Memory Game
- Basic Flash Cards
- Spell-the-Word Game
- Multi-Choice Test
- Learn with Hangman!
- "Sentence" Flash Cards
- "Missing Word" Flash Cards
- Example Sentences
Sets: getting ready...
- Your mission is to match each picture with the correct word in as few a clicks as possible.
- There are three pictures in each set, and there are sets to complete.
- Click on your first square to start. Good luck!
Pairs: getting ready...
- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
Basic Flash Cards
Spell-the-Word GameSpell the word represented by the picture.
Multi-Choice TestSelect the correct word or picture.
Learn with Hangman!Hangman is a classic word game. In this version, the hidden word is one of the words from the "body" category. Choose your first letter to start.
- Guess the hidden word by choosing one letter at a time.
- If you guess a letter in the hidden word, then all is good.
- If you guess a letter that is not in the hidden word, then the hangman starts to build the gallows.
- If the gallows are completed, you lose.
- Good luck!
"Sentence" Flash CardsClick on the box to see the word in a sentence.
"Missing Word" Flash CardsClick on the box to see the missing word in a sentence.
Example SentencesHere are 3 sentences for each of the following words from the "body" category:
- neck, nose, shoulder, arm, back, ear, eye, eyebrows, face, finger, foot, hair, hand, head, knee, legs, lips, mouth
- The neck connects your head to your body and allows you to turn your head.
- People often wear scarves in the winter to keep their necks warm.
- Be gentle when massaging your neck to avoid any discomfort.
- Your nose is the part of your face that you use to smell things.
- If you have a cold, your nose might get stuffy, and you might sneeze a lot.
- My favorite smell is the fresh scent of flowers in the spring, and I can identify it with my nose.
- Your shoulder is the part of your body where your arm connects to your torso.
- Carry heavy bags carefully to avoid straining your shoulders.
- My mom gives the best shoulder massages when I'm feeling tense.
- Your arm is the part of your body between your shoulder and your hand.
- You can use your arms to reach, lift, and carry things.
- When I play sports, I use my arms to throw and catch the ball.
- Your back is the rear part of your body, and it helps you stand and sit upright.
- If your back hurts, you might need to stretch or rest to feel better.
- I like lying on my back and looking up at the clouds on a sunny day.
- Your ear is the part of your body that you use to hear sounds.
- Be careful not to put anything sharp into your ears to avoid injury.
- My favorite bedtime routine is listening to a storybook with my ears.
- Your eye is the part of your body that helps you see the world.
- We use our eyes to read books, watch movies, and admire beautiful scenery.
- It's important to protect your eyes from bright sunlight by wearing sunglasses.
- Your eyebrows are the thin lines of hair above your eyes.
- Some people like to groom their eyebrows to keep them neat and tidy.
- My friend's eyebrows are naturally thick and nicely shaped.
- Your face is the front part of your head where your eyes, nose, and mouth are.
- We use our faces to show our emotions, like smiling when we're happy.
- It's important to wash your face every day to keep it clean and healthy.
- Your finger is one of the five digits on your hand.
- You can use your fingers to pick up small objects and write with a pencil.
- Counting on your fingers is a helpful way to learn numbers when you're little.
- Your foot is the part of your body that you use for walking and standing.
- We wear shoes to protect our feet when we go outside.
- Jumping and running are fun activities that use your feet.
- Your hair is the fine strands that grow on your head.
- Some people have curly hair, while others have straight hair.
- My sister loves to braid her hair in different styles.
- Your hand is the part of your body that has fingers and a palm.
- We use our hands to write, draw, hold things, and give hugs.
- My grandmother's hands are soft and gentle when she holds my hand.
- Your head is the top part of your body where your face and brain are located.
- We wear hats to protect our heads from the sun and keep warm in the winter.
- When you have a headache, it can feel like there's pressure in your head.
- Your knee is the joint that connects your thigh to your lower leg.
- We use our knees to bend and walk, and they help us balance.
- If you fall, it's important to be careful and not hurt your knees.
- Your legs are the long parts of your body that help you walk, run, and jump.
- We have two legs, and they are important for moving around.
- When I go for a bike ride, I use my legs to pedal and steer.
- Your lips are the soft, movable parts that surround your mouth.
- We use our lips to talk, eat, and show expressions like smiling and kissing.
- Applying lip balm can help keep your lips from getting dry and chapped.
- Your mouth is the opening in your face where you eat, drink, and speak.
- We use our mouths to taste delicious food and tell stories.
- It's important to brush your teeth to keep your mouth clean and healthy.
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