This kitchen vocabulary worksheet will help your students learn new names for the things one can find in a kitchen. Each vocabulary item is defined and presented on an adjacent picture.
The vocabulary includes: wok, frying pan, whisk spatula, tea ball, potato peeler, toaster, cutting board, baking pan, spaghetti strainer, cookie sheet, pizza tray, microwave, oven, pizza cutter, can opener, thermos, tupperware, cookie cutters, measuring cups, rolling pin, baking soda, baking powder, vanilla, cooking pot, tongs, pot holder, oven mitt, ice tray.
Oven – the part that opens from the front, used for baking Stove (stovetop) – the top part of an oven, used to heat/fry things – four burners on the top Broiler – drawer beneath oven, used to keep food warm [...]
It's really up to you what you do with the task as there is no explicit task, but my idea would be to turn this exercise into a competition. Just give your students a few minutes to learn the vocabulary items by heart.
Then ask them to cover the worksheet and give students a blank worksheet with pictures only (you will have to erase the text) and ask them to compete it as quickly as possible.
Or put up pictures one by one (you will need to extract the pictures from the worksheet), divide students into two groups and give points for a correct asnwer.