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Here you will find everything you need to make English easier and more communicative

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  • numbers and colors 1-12

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+

    Level: preliminary

    Number of cards: 48

    Twelve foursomes, each contains numbers 1-12 and colors

    For example: one – black, purple, yellow, blue

    twelve – green, white, red, purple

    No reading necessary, can be played in any language at any age

    Can be played as a memory game

    12.00
  • numbers and colors 11-20

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+
    Level: preliminary
    Ten foursomes, each contains numbers 11-20 and colors. No reading necessary, can be played as a memory game in any language at any age.
    For example: eleven – black, orange, yellow, brown

    12.00
  • numbers and colors 21-1000

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+

    Level: preliminary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes, each contains mixed numbers between 21-1000

    (32, 43, 54 etc.) and colors

    For example: twenty one – black, orange, yellow, pink

    thousand – pink, red, orange, yellow

    No reading necessary, can be played in any language at any age

    Can be played as a memory game

    12.00
  • school in colors

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+
    Level: preliminary
    Number of cards: 40
    Price: 12 Euro
    Ten foursomes, each contains school words / pictures and colors
    For example: pen – red, white, blue, grey
    calculator – orange, grey, purple, green
    No reading necessary, can be played in any language at any age
    Can be played as a memory game

    12.00
  • the ABC game (2 boxes)

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+
    Level: preliminary
    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

    25.00
  • reading right 1

    0 out of 5

    Age: 5+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Suitable for those who already know the ABC

    Ten foursomes for practicing the basic reading rules:

    a, e, i, o, u, ch, ph, sh, thx2

    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

    Excellent for all students, at any age

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

    12.00
  • reading right 2

    0 out of 5

    Age: 7+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes for practicing more basic English reading rules:

    long vowels combinations: a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e, ea x2, ee, ai, ay

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

    a-e – cake, ee-tree, ai-hair

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

    Excellent for all students, at any age

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

    12.00
  • reading right 3

    0 out of 5

    Age: 7+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes for practicing more basic English reading rules:

    alk, all, ce, ci, ck, oo, ou, ow, e, y

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

    For example: oo – book, ck – clock, alk – walk

    Excellent for students with learning difficulties of all kinds, especially for those with dyslexia and memory problems

    12.00
  • days and weather

    0 out of 5

    Age: 9+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 32

    Eight foursomes divided according to the days of the week (+ birthday)

    Each day has four weather words or phrases.

    For example: hot, foggy, tornado, clear sky

    A great review of the days and weather words

    12.00
  • talking about clothes

    talking about clothes

    0 out of 5

    Age: 9+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to clothing items such as dresses, socks, boots etc. All the clothes words are accompanied by a matching adjective and a lovely illustration.

    For example: a long dress, brown boots, six socks

    Great for fashion lovers!

    For better speaking, reading and strategic thinking

    12.00
  • from head to toe

    0 out of 5

    Age: 7+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to parts of the body, such as mouth, feet, hands with funny illustrations.

    Some of the words are accompanied by adjectives.

    For example: a big mouth, dirty feet

    The fourth card in every foursome is an idiom, to make the game more interesting and to enrich the language.

    For example: get cold feet, a bad hair day

    Hours of fun, speaking and learning!

    12.00
  • משחק דקדוק שואלים נכון 1 זמני הווה רגיל והווה ממושךמשחק דקדוק שואלים נכון 1 זמני הווה רגיל והווה ממושך

    asking right 1 present tenses

    0 out of 5

    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences in the Present Simple and Present continuous (Progressive). Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:

    Does he often walk his cat?
    No, he doesn’t walk his cat at all.

    Are you feeding the cat at the moment?
    No, I am not feeding her now.

    It can be played in various ways, depends on the size of the group and the goals of the teacher. It can be mixed and compared with cards from “asking right 2”, to show the contrast between the tenses.
    asking right instructions 2018

    12.00
  • משחק קלפים ללימוד ותרגול הפועל to be. המשחק בנוי מזוגות של שאלות ותשובות בזמני הווה ועבר.משחק קלפים ללימוד ותרגול הפועל to be. המשחק בנוי מזוגות של שאלות ותשובות בזמני הווה ועבר.

    asking right 3 – to be

    0 out of 5

    Age:9+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences with the verb to be in the Present Simple and Past Simple. Each pair consists of a question and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:
    How is your holiday?

    Our holiday is great!

    Were Dad and Tom at home?
    No, they weren’t. they were out.

    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 “asking right 1” and “asking right 2”, to show the contrast between be and the other verbs.

    12.00
  • פופולארי
    6 reading games

    The expert -from basic to advanced 6 reading games

    0 out of 5

    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
  • a sense of style(accessories)

    0 out of 5

    Age: 9+

    Level: elementary

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to fashion accessories such as glasses, jewellery, belts. The accessories are accompanied by matching adjectives and lovely illustrations.

    For example: a pair of earrings,  a narrow belt,  cute, colourful clips

    Great for fashion lovers!

    Better speaking, reading and strategic thinking

    12.00
  • going to work

    0 out of 5

    Age: 10+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided into work places, such as restaurant, clinic, on stage etc.

    This game is a combination of vocabulary – names of professions, and grammar – Present Simple.

    You can play this game on two levels:

    Just the profession word, since it’s always the first word (intermediate level), or

    The whole sentence (advanced level)

    For example: A doctor checks patients.

    A driver drives vehicles.

    12.00
  • פופולארי

    what a wonderful world

    0 out of 5

    Age: 12+

    Level: advanced

    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!

    12.00
  • פופולארי

    around the house

    0 out of 5

    Age: 12+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to the rooms or activities in the house, such as bedroom, cooking, garden.

    Some of the words are accompanied by adjectives.

    For example: an amazing dishwasher, a floor lamp, a silver spoon

    Great game for fluent readers and English lovers !

    Better speaking, reading and strategic thinking

    12.00
  • talking about animals

    0 out of 5

    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
  • פופולארי

    all year round present four English card games

    0 out of 5

    four different games in  beautiful metal boxes

    64.00
  • reading right 4

    0 out of 5

    Age: 7+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes for practising more advanced English reading rules:

    al, el, le, ar, ir, ur, as, oa, wa, ture

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

    For example: ir – bird, le – table, ture – picture

    Great fun for all students!

    12.00
  • reading right 5

    0 out of 5

    Age: 7+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes for practicing more advanced English reading rules:

    Silent letters: gh, igh, kn, t, b, h

    Combinations: tion, sion, qu, ind

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

    For example: kn – knife, tion – question, gh – eight

    Great fun for all students, great help for those who struggle!

    12.00
  • talking about food

    0 out of 5

    Age: 10+

    Level: intermediate

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to food types or related topics, such as fruit, hot drinks, breakfast etc.

    The food words are accompanied by matching descriptive words to enrich the players’ vocabulary.

    For example: large potatoes, a cup of coffee, a slice of bread

    Better English speaking, reading and strategic thinking!

    12.00
  • פופולארי

    reading right 6 time to rhyme

    0 out of 5

    Age: 10-15

    class: 5+

    Level: intermediate / advanced

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes for practising reading through rhyming words and advanced pronunciation.

    words rhyme with: at, ed, ip, og, un, ate, ite, ole, lue, ane

    At the top of each card you find the name of the set: a word and a small illustration.

    The rest of the words rhyme with the top word.
    Note: some words have different spelling!

    For example: sun-run, fun, one, done
    eight– date, wait, great, weight

    Great fun for all students, great help for those who struggle with reading!

    12.00
  • the passive verb game

    0 out of 5

    Master English Passive voice Present Simple, Present continuous, Past Simple, Past continuous
    Age:12+

    Level: advanced

    Number of cards: 40

    Ten foursomes divided according to ten different verbs, such as sell, carry, give.

    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:

    Dinner is being served.

    How are babies carried?

    Homework won’t be done tomorrow.

    The kids are taken to school.

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

    12.00
  • talking with adjectives, describing and comparing

    0 out of 5

    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
  • asking right 2 past simple past continuous / progressiveasking right 2 past simple past continuous

    asking right 2 past tenses

    0 out of 5

    Age:12+

    Level: intermediate 

    Number of cards: 40

    Twenty pairs, one with a question and one with the matching answer, accompanied by the same illustration.

    This game includes sentences in the Past Simple and Past Continuous / Progressive.

    Each pair consists of a question in one of the tenses, and the answer is either positive or negative.

    For example:

    Did she play with her dog last Sunday?

    Yes, she did. She played with him last Sunday.
    Were they waiting when you came in?
    Yes, they were waiting when we came in.

     

    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 “asking right 1 and 3”, to show the contrast between the tenses.
    asking right instructions 2018

    12.00
  • the verb game

    0 out of 5

    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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