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Kunskapsbanken, Övningar på engelska - Unga Fakta

Kunskapsbanken, Övningar på engelska - Unga Fakta
Övningar på engelska Material Vi har fått många förfrågningar av lärare om Unga Fakta kan producera material på engelska och vi har därför satt ihop några roliga övningar på för användning i skolan. Siffror Lär dig räkna och skriva till tio på engelska. Varje siffra kan du även färglägga. Djur Lär dig namn på djur med hjälp av bilder. Korsord Enkla korsord på engelska som passar bra för nybörjare. Nursery rhymes I Storbritannien och USA är det väldigt populärt med ”Nursery rhymes”. Klassiker För de som läst engelska lite längre har vi plockat ut några korta stycken ur kända klassiker att läsa själva eller i grupp. Åsikter Vi på Unga Fakta är tacksamma om du vill dela med dig av dina erfarenheter om hur du upplever Kunskapsbanken och att arbeta med den.

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