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ESL Sports Vocabulary Flashcards

ESL Sports Vocabulary Flashcards
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Name the sport seen here.
This girl is playing tennis.
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Name the sport seen here.
This man is playing golf.
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Name the sport seen here.
This woman is bowling.
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Name the sport seen here.
The woman is running hurdles. Hurdles is a part of track and field.
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Name the sport seen here.
This man is doing the high jump. High jump is part of track and field.
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Name the sport seen here.
This man is running. Running is part of track and field.
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Name the water sport seen here.
This team is rowing.
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Name the water sport seen here.
This man is water skiing.
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Name the water sport seen here.
This man is kayaking.
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Name the water sport seen here.
They are diving.
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Name the water sport seen here.
This woman is swimming.
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Name the team sport seen here.
These girls are playing volleyball.
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Name the team sport seen here.
They are playing baseball.
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Name this object used in ice hockey.
This is a hockey puck.
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Name the team sport seen here.
These men are playing ice hockey.
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Name the team sport seen here.
This man is playing American football, often called just football.
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Name the team sport seen here.
This boy is playing soccer.
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Name the team sport seen here.
This man is playing basketball.
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Flashcard Content Overview

Work to build English language skills with this engaging set of flashcards. Students learning English can use these picture-filled flashcards alongside hands-on activities to help solidify their knowledge of sports related terminology. These cards are filled with vocabulary including names of sports, sports equipment, and actions related to playing sports.

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Name the team sport seen here.
This man is playing basketball.
Name the team sport seen here.
This boy is playing soccer.
Name the team sport seen here.
This man is playing American football, often called just football.
Name the team sport seen here.
These men are playing ice hockey.
Name this object used in ice hockey.
This is a hockey puck.
Name the team sport seen here.
They are playing baseball.
Name the team sport seen here.
These girls are playing volleyball.
Name the water sport seen here.
This woman is swimming.
Name the water sport seen here.
They are diving.
Name the water sport seen here.
This man is kayaking.
Name the water sport seen here.
This man is water skiing.
Name the water sport seen here.
This team is rowing.
Name the sport seen here.
This man is running. Running is part of track and field.
Name the sport seen here.
This man is doing the high jump. High jump is part of track and field.
Name the sport seen here.
The woman is running hurdles. Hurdles is a part of track and field.
Name the sport seen here.
This woman is bowling.
Name the sport seen here.
This man is playing golf.
Name the sport seen here.
This girl is playing tennis.
Name the sport seen here.
This person is skiing.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a basketball.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a football.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a soccer ball.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a baseball.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a tennis racquet.
Name this piece of equipment.
This is a hockey stick.
Name the piece of equipment seen here.
This is a baseball glove.
Name the action shown here.
He is kicking the soccer ball. Kick means to use your foot to hit something.
Name the action seen here.
She is swinging the bat. To swing means to move back and forth.
Pass
The term used when kicking or throwing a ball to a team mate. For example, you can say 'pass me the ball' if you want the ball.
Name the action seen here.
He is going to throw the football. Throw means to use your hands to move something through the air.
Name the action seen here.
She hit the ball. Hit means to make contact with something strongly.
Name the action seen here.
He is going to catch the ball. Catch means capture something that has been thrown.
Name the action seen here.
He is going to shoot the basketball. Shoot means to move the ball to try to score a goal.
Block
Block means to stop someone from scoring or to get in the way of someone.
Name the action seen here.
This is called a stroke. In swimming, stroke means to move your arms in a certain pattern.
Name the action seen here.
She is diving. You can dive into water or onto the ground.

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