How to use Picaro's Flashcards (4)
Picaro has almost 1,000 flashcards relating to all our content. With so much on offer, there are plenty of activities you can do with your child to engage them in learning English. Over the next series of blog posts, we’ll be sharing ways you can use the flashcards at home.
To read our ideas for the first set of Picaro Starting Out Flashcards, click here. To see the second, click here. And to gather some ideas for Moving On, click here.
Flying High Flashcards
Lots of the flashcards in Flying High are related to Britain. What would you include as landmarks to your country or city? Make your own flashcards!
What questions would you ask the people in the different kinds of jobs? Can you research what that person does in their job?
For objects in the home, place the flashcards around your house to practise saying the words in English.
Pelmanism: select the flashcards that are opposites of one another. Put them face down on the table or the floor. Turn them over one by one and try to match opposites.
Put the number cards in order from smallest to largest. Can you sort them into odd and even piles?
Written by: Holly Pigache
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