what a wonderful world
Number of cards: 40
Ten foursomes, each contains words about the world – geography, space, nature, people etc.
For example: land, tools, settlements, space
Each word is accompanied by an additional word, mostly adjectives:
For example: a wide valley, a full moon, a round compass
Great game for fluent readers and geography lovers!
numbers and colors 1-12 in a tin box17.00€
talking about the past and the perfect
Number of cards: 52
Twenty six pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.
This game includes sentences in the Past Simple, Past Progressive (continuous), Present Perfect Simple, Present Perfect Progressive and Past Perfect Simple.
Each pair consists of a question in one of the tenses, and the answer is either positive or negative.
For example: Did she drink wine last week?
No, she didn’t drink wine last week.
Where have you put my keys?
I have put them on the table.
It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. It can be mixed with cards from “talking about the present and the future”, to show the contrast between the tenses.
the ABC game (2 boxes)
Number of cards: 120
The ABC game includes 30 foursomes, four cards for each letter and the combinations ch, sh, ph, th.
Each letter has four different pictures to demonstrate the sound of the letter, mostly the beginning sound.
Aa – apple, accordion, alligator, ambulance
Pp – panda, penguin, ping-pong, pizza
Xx – xylophone, fox, box, x-ray
Enhances basic vocabulary, along with letter recognition
Can be played as a “go fish” game or as a memory game