Made by request of my JTE for 3rd grade JHS students...
But I think you can easily use this for much younger kids to practice animal vocabulary and teach them about animal noises in English.
Powerpoint with 10 prompts of different animal noises. Students are presented with four options to pick an answer from.
1. "Bow wow!" (Dog)
2. "Oink, oink!" (Pig)
3. "Squeak, squeak!" (Mouse)
4. "Ribbit!" (Frog)
5. "Woof!" (Dog) (again, because I think "woof" is used more often...?)
6. "Baa, baa!" (Sheep)
7. "Chirp, chirp!" (Bird)
8. "Quack, quack!" (Duck)
9. "Cock-a-doodle-doo!" (Chicken/ rooster)
10. "Ooh ooh ah ah!" (Monkey)
How to Play:
Divide into teams and play or just run it as everyone raises their hand to vote individually.
Read the noise, present the options, submit answers/ take a vote, and then reveal the answer.
I first read the noise normally or get the students to guess how it's read, and then because I have little to no shame, I do my best impersonation and try to bring the animal noise to life more.
You could do the same thing and have students vote twice, once after you read it normally and then for a second time after your splendid performance to see if it changed anyone's mind.