Loto Cymraeg A Fun Way to Reinforce Welsh Vocabulary by Colette Elliott, Martin Gwynedd
  

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Loto Cymraeg A Fun Way to Reinforce Welsh Vocabulary by Colette Elliott, Martin Gwynedd

Loto Cymraeg is a proven way for Welsh teachers to reinforce the use of the Welsh language. These attractive, easy-to-use photocopiable lotto boards provide a stimulating and meaningful way to develop reading, listening and speaking skills when teaching. Topics include numbers, animals, food, school equipment, clothes and Christmas. Three versions of each board are provided - words only, words and pictures, and pictures only - allowing maximum flexibility, particularly in mixed ability classes. The unique call sheets enable you to follow the game closely and to select which team you want to win.

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Paperback
58 pages

Author

Colette Elliott, Martin Gwynedd
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications
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Publication date

5th May 2009

ISBN

9781905780501


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