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Exercise 1 Keeping Bees in the City 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 Life in 2069 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 World’s Sporting Champions 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 Kite Surfing 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 Frozen Caveman 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 Young Mountaineer 16 February, 2019
Exercise 3 Finding time to do things 15 February, 2019
B2 How to write a descriptive informal email 14 February, 2019
Visiting Relative Email 13 February, 2019
Exercise 6 Mission Impossible – Fallout Review (Core) 12 February, 2019
Exercise 5 Descriptive Informal Email (Core) 11 February, 2019
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Solving crossword puzzles improves brain function as they give you the ability to think creatively in a more strategic fashion. The other factors are fairly easy to capture. Involving yourself in such a brain-consuming activity helps you vastly by improving your verbal skills, making you solve problems, and causing you to think deeply.
Word and memory games can be addictive as these activities keep us intellectually engaged by getting us to stretch our thinking. They grab our attention, get us to make new connections, and give us the chance to think outside of our mind's box.
Word searches provide a recognition of English letters. Plus, they can reinforce spelling through “decoy” words, or words that almost look like the real word but have some letters out of order. The search for decoy words helps students develop an understanding of context clues in other subjects, as well.
- C1 Organs Word Search
- Pre-A1 Colours Word Search
- A1 Places and Directions Word Search
- B2 Writers Word Search
- C1 Newspapers Word Search
- Work and Jobs Word Search
- Seas and Oceans Word Search
- Travel Word Search
- Words beginning with P to R
- Words beginning with S to W
- Feelings Word Search
- B2 Education Word Search
- B2 Feelings Word Search