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    6 reading games

    The expert -from basic to advanced 6 reading games

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    Age:7+

    Level: elementary – advanced

    Suitable for those who already know the ABC

    At the top of every card, there is the letter / combination and a small illustration, to match the sound

    For example: ch – chips, i – igloo

    The first word in every foursome is the illustrated word, acting as a sound reminder

    Works wonderfully for students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and memory issues.

    72.00
  • talking about animals

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    Age: 10+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to animal types such as farm animals, pets, wild animals etc. all the animal words are accompanied by a matching adjective and a lovely illustration.

    For example: a long snake, a wooly sheep

    Great for animal lovers!

    Better speaking, reading and strategic thinking

    12.00
  • talking with adjectives, describing and comparing

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    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes / twenty pairs, divided according to ten different adjectives. Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative. There are comparative and superlative sentences to practice the different uses of the adjectives.

    For example: Is the red house bigger than the pink house?

    Yes, the red house is bigger.

    Which is the largest animal in the world?

    The blue whale is the largest animal in the world.

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. Extremely effective!

    12.00
  • the verb game

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    Age:12+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to ten different verbs, such as play, walk, fly, think.

    Each foursome has a different sentence structure (positive, negative, yes/no question and WH question) in the four basic tenses: Future Simple, Present Simple, Present Progressive, Past Simple.

    For example: He will fly tomorrow.

    The butterflies are flying now.

    He often flies a kite.

    He flew last week.

    This is the best game for better understanding of the tenses and the English sentence structure.

    12.00
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