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All About Me

By (author) Susan Thomas, Illustrated by Heather Clarke

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A pack of 40 colour flashcards for teaching and practising key vocabulary and grammar in the classroom. The flashcards in the Mini Flashcards Language Games series are memorable and effective prompts for learning and practising target language in pairs or groups in class. The series consists of 19 sets of flashcards covering topics such as 'Happy Holidays', 'At Home' and 'Prepositions & Directions'. * Fun and motivating for teachers and learners * Perfect for multi-sensory approaches to teaching * Language-focused * Great for independent or team learning * Suitable for all ages and language levels * Language and numbers dice also available

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Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 9 May 2013
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Format | Cards
Pages | 40
Dimensions | 100 x 74 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 100g
ISBN | 978-0-0075-2237-8
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BISAC | study aids / general


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