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32 My Family Vocab Cards

My Family Thematic Unit Word Cards

  • 32 family theme words with available with membership.
  • List of family words below

UPDATED 25 Jan 2013

 
 
Theme Words

Family Thematic Unit Words

Mother Mum Mom Mummy Father
Dad Daddy sister brother aunt
aunty uncle niece nephew cousin
Grandpa Grandma Granddad grandparents Grandchild
Pop Poppy wife husband partner
son daughter Grandfather Grandmother Nana
 Nanny  stepmum  stepdad  
 
 
Ideas for Use

Family Thematic Unit Word Cards - Suggestions for Use


  • Remember the capital rules - Use a capital with these words only when the context is more 'personal' or a particular title like 'Aunty Betsie' but 'her aunty' or 'Mum and Dad said ...' but 'your mum is coming over....'
  • Brainstorm and see if you can come up with more 'family' words.
  • Don't forget you can print these at this size or smaller is you like by adjusting your printer settings.
  • Works in well with My Family Concept Book. Children use the word cards to help 'label' (will need capitals) each immediate and extended family member as they draw.
  • Please share your ideas with other teachers and parents in COMMENTS - below..
 
 
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