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Fifty Bright Ideas | TEFL Activity Cards

Fifty Bright Ideas | TEFL Activity Cards

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Every teacher needs a pack of activity cards in their toolkit, whether for TEFL lead-in activities and warm-up games to get your class going or just to fill five minutes at the end of a lesson. This pack is a real lifesaver in all these situations and is suitable for all age groups and all English language ability levels.

The pack contains fifty fun activities that will get your students thinking, talking, and collaborating while they learn. Some of them are real classics used by teachers for many years, while others are new ideas sure to inspire your students.

We are sure you will find this pack enormously useful, whether you have been teaching for one year, ten years, or more! Find out why this is our best seller today.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print. 

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