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Harvest Festival | EFL Worksheets

Harvest Festival | EFL Worksheets

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The theme of harvest can be an excellent way to engage English language students. Some of them will have personal knowledge and experience of participating in the local harvest, which can be translated into English. For others, you may need to spark their curiosity about where food comes from before comparing and contrasting harvest traditions from around the world. 

In this download, you will find a word search to introduce basic vocabulary and a text outlining the traditions from harvest around the world with some suggested comprehension questions. 

Don't forget to read our Harvest Festivals: Traditions, Significance, and EFL Teaching Ideas blog for even more activities!

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.

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