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Months of the Year Games Vocabulary game to learn the months of the year in English. A game to practice the spelling of months, practice pronunciation and to ask about birthdays and holidays throughout the year. The games have sound to help with listening, pronunciation and getting used to natural speaker speed. There are grammar practice sections that provide additional practice and will help to solidify the vocabulary. This online application contains , listening exercises, pronunciation practice with games for kids to practice spelling, writing, reading, and more. This game focuses on months of the year providing a learning section, spelling section, conversation practice games, and grammar games for students. The questions and answers for this game are as follows. Other notes: For teaching materials to match this game check out the links below: More activities and games to learn English:
Hangman games : tous thèmes Do you like animals? . Page in Japanese Target English: "Do you like...?" + animals Target grade: Kindergarten to Junior High school 1 You can find this song on volume 8! And in the new curriculum Level. This theme is designed to be a nice, easy bridge between CD3's "Do you like food?" Once you've "Do you like food?" Practice asking the kids the first few questions, and get them to answer yes or no. Remember to always ask in the Do you like...? Then you'll be able to kick in the music nice and loud to get them all excited and genki! Recommended Game Then you can play the Genki English version of karuta again as recommended in the Do you like food? Picture Books There are also the online "I love vegetables" and "What's your favourite food?" Free Printout: Do you like animals crossword. The "Do you like?" Click here to order! Copyright (C) 1999/2014 by Richard Graham www.GenkiEnglish.com Home Lessons Games Help Shop Phonics Learn Curriculum VIP Owners Club VIP Forum Order Workshops Blog About the site Kids Pages Newsletter Adventure