Teaching food to children can be a lot of fun. Children who are learning English (ESL, EFL) love learning the names of food, It is really important to teach kids how to ask for food in English, so I made some fun videos! More below the video:
This song focuses on asking for food using “want” and “some.” For example, ” I want some pizza, I want some ice cream.”
Lyrics: What Do You Want to Eat Song Part 2:
What do you want to eat? (x2)
I want some pizza (x2)
(repeat with rice, cheese)
Do you want some spider spaghetti?
No, thank you.
(repeat with soup, fish, ice cream,
Put a bunch of food flashcards on the floor. Have the students ask the teacher, “What do you want to eat?” The teacher answer, ” I want some pizza.” The first students to touch the pizza flashcard gets a point! You can change it up by having the students answer the question.
Be sure to check out the What Do You Want to Eat? Song Part 1 for more food vocabulary. This song focuses on using “want” and “a”. For example, “I want a hot dog.” I hope this is helpful. Happy singing!