1-Standard card games, pairs of words or phonic sounds for concentration games, domino cards with half-words at either end.
2-Phonic builders, letter tiles (with vowels and basic phonic combinations in one color and consonants in another color.)
3-Some activities work well with some classes but not with others.
4-We need to be able to lay our hands on the cards we need when we are in a hurry to get to a class, and it can be very frustrating when we cannot find them.
5-Apuppet a child made belongs to her, and she is likely to feel a much greater sense of ownership both of the puppet and the language the puppet produced during activities.
6-The children's favorite board games from home.
felt tip pens??
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