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How to make Alphabet train -Begin by giving the child a word, such as tall. Ask him or her to think of a rhyming word, such as ball. Continue alternating back and forth with the silly rhyming. Even though the word pairs you create may not always make sense, it is important that the child recognizea and responds to the rhyming concept.

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How to play game " Finger fun" in English Class PDF Print E-mail

How to play game  Finger fun in English Class - Using pictures cut from old magazines, make several picture cards that show objects whose names begin the same as the word finger, such as fence, fox, fish, and fountain. Make additional picture  cards using object that begin with other letters or the alphabet, such as a cat, toaster, bicycle, and so on. Mix the cards.

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How to play Tongue Twister Time in class room PDF Print E-mail

How to play Tongue Twister Time in class room - Many children have tried the tongue twister “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. “In this activity, let the child have fun with alliteration and develop a new tongue twister.

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Collections Classroom Activities for Teacher teaching English in Primary School PDF Print E-mail

Collections Classroom Activities for Teacher teaching English in Primary School

 
How to make Alphabet train PDF Print E-mail

How to make  Alphabet train - Leave  the open side of each box facing up. Line up the boxes and to end, like the boxcars of a train, then punch a hole in the center of the font and back of each “car”. Use yarn to thread through the holes to collect the boxes. Make a knot on each of the  piece of yarn so that the yarn will not slip out.

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