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Fifty More Bright Ideas | TEFL Activity Cards

Fifty More Bright Ideas | TEFL Activity Cards

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The original Fifty Bright Ideas Cards were so successful that we made another collection of 50 great ideas to help with TEFL lesson planning!

It doesn’t matter if you are new to teaching or an old hand, these cards are a useful part of any TEFL teacher’s toolkit, whether you need to put some pizazz into the start of a lesson or finish one with a bang. The cards are marked by CEFR level, meaning you can easily select an activity that matches your students' ability and hopefully have some fun while learning.

We really enjoyed coming up with this set of activities and hope you will enjoy putting them to good use with your students.

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

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