Body – Set 1


18 image flashcards for teaching parts of the body.



Teach your students the English names for parts of the body without pointing πŸ™‚

Big arrows and exaggerated cartoon images make teaching body words clear and funny.

This set includes head, shoulder, knees, toes, eyes, ears, mouth, nose… and a few more of the words you might need when working with young learners.

Preview of Checklist, Small

Checklist, Small

323 KB 1 Page

Preview of Images only, Medium

Images only, Medium

12 MB 90 Pages

Preview of Images only, Large

Images only, Large

26 MB 18 Pages

Preview of Words only, Small

Words only, Small

428 KB 2 Pages

Preview of Words only, Large

Words only, Large

2 MB 18 Pages

Body - Set 1 Word List

  • ankle
  • arm
  • back
  • belly
  • ears
  • elbow
  • eyes
  • feet
  • fingers
  • hand
  • head
  • knee
  • leg
  • mouth
  • nose
  • shoulders
  • thumb
  • toes

16 comments for Body – Set 1

  1. aman

    I’ve really enjoyed ur flashcards. I sincerely thank u all!

    • Karen

      Glad to hear that πŸ™‚

  2. Chris

    i have to give a special aknowledge for the person who made this work. Its awesome and really really useful for english teachers and kids enjoy a lot. Thanks

    • Karen

      Thanks Chris!

  3. Nan

    I don’t see a link to download a word list for these flashcards. I love this website. These cards are great for my beginning ESL students.

    • Karen

      Hi Nan,

      Thanks for letting me know. I had named the files incorrectly, oopsy πŸ˜› It should be fixed now!

  4. carmine

    can I download without installing PDF merge program ? thank you

    • Karen

      You do not need a PDF merge program. Each PDF file has 18 vocabulary cards.

  5. SH

    I would love to be able to print these in black and white so users can color them. Any chance you have those available and I just didn’t see it?

    • Karen

      Sorry, no, I don’t have a black and white set of these ones.

      You could try converting them to black and white with your printer settings using a grayscale option. If you do, I’d also suggest adjusting lightness/darkness and contrast first. On Mac, open in Preview and under the Preview dropdown menu select Quality > Color Settings. Not sure for Windows, or about the quality when it prints out, though πŸ™

  6. Connie Chow

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m using these tomorrow!

    • Karen

      Hope they worked for your class!

  7. Mavutta

    Thank you so very much.This entire website has been of great use and a real time saver.

    • Karen

      That’s really nice to hear πŸ˜€

  8. Maria

    Useful resources!!! Thanks so much for sharing

  9. Zee

    Thank you so much πŸ™‚

    • Karen

      You’re welcome πŸ™‚

  10. Dayhana

    Thank you very much!!!!

    • Karen

      My pleasure πŸ™‚

  11. Francois Landry

    Thank you very much , very usefull

    • Karen

      You’re welcome πŸ™‚

  12. Carly

    Thank you for making such a great resource available for free! I am however having trouble with printing the words on the back of the pictures on (body parts A). They need to be mirrored so that they can print correctly… unless I am doing something wrong! lol I can’t wait to use these in my VIPKID classroom this week! πŸ™‚ Thanks again!

    • Karen

      Thanks for writing!

      Sorry, the cards weren’t designed to print double sided. On regular paper, the text would probably show through onto the picture side πŸ™ Also, the word cards are only available for the small size card sets at the moment.

      If you want to make double-sided cards, your best bet might be to glue the picture card onto a sheet of coloured card stock and then the word card onto the reverse of the coloured sheet. That’s more laborious, though πŸ™

      Let me know what format you were hoping for or what format/size works best for teaching online. I may be able to remake some of the sets!

    • Karen

      We’ve now fixed the layout of the small word cards– they will now be easier to print double sided! πŸ™‚

  13. Daniela

    Thanks a lot! I downloaded the small set and the word list. Very helpful!

    • Karen

      Great πŸ™‚ I hope the cards are useful for you!

  14. Nagomi

    I am starting to teach on July. Hopefully i can use this flashcards to make my students enjoy the class. Thank you so much.

    • Karen

      Have fun with your summer class!

  15. Shokhinur Khamroeva

    Amaziiiinggg😍😍😍😍😍 thank you sooo muchπŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  16. Dani

    Thank you so much for these! I found them looking for flashcards for my toddler who loves looking at pictures and flashcards and is currently learning body parts. I printed them off and laminated them to take with us when we’re out and about to keep him busy. I really appreciate you making these available πŸ™‚

    • Karen

      You’re very welcome! It’s nice to hear how you use them, what a studious little fellow you have! πŸ™‚

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