Easter Eggs

Screen Shot 2014-04-08 at 00.26.06 In our second slightly egg-themed post this month, we take a look at some traditional foods that are eaten at Easter. First, we focus on collocation and explore words that can combine with chocolate, Easter and lamb. We then move on to watch a couple of videos stuffed with a mouth-watering mixture of Easter edibles. To finish off, students put all the vocabulary into practice before going off to do some food photography at home.

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easter mosaic

Image made using photos taken from http://flickr.com/eltpics by @mkofab, @YTatLE, @eltpics, @CsillaBen, @CsillaBen and @steve_muir used under a CC Attribution Non-Commercial license, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/


5 Comments on “Easter Eggs”

  1. Shelly says:

    Was this a delberate twist of the knife for those who won’t be tucking into juicy hot cross buns?
    Like it. Will try it out

  2. […] In our second slightly egg-themed post this month, we take a look at some traditional foods that are eaten at Easter. First, we focus on collocation and explore words that can combine with chocolat…  […]

  3. […] In our second slightly egg-themed post this month, we take a look at some traditional foods that are eaten at Easter. First, we focus on collocation and explore words that can combine with chocolat…  […]

  4. […] In our second slightly egg-themed post this month, we take a look at some traditional foods that are eaten at Easter. First, we focus on collocation and explore words that can combine with chocolat…  […]


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