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Interesting resources

 Hello, everyone.

I have found some interesting resources for the English classroom which are very useful for inclusion:

I love science and experiments so let me recommend :




https://www.generationgenius.com/videolessons/human-body-systems-for-kids/


You will find very complete units with quiz games (kahoot) included. The above is a sample.

Tinycards.duolingo is another web page to go through everyday 

And if you like to make artists of your children , let me recommend 



The videos of this artist drawing with his children are very encouraging and all children participate. The most important thing is to participate or as they say "to have fun". No arts books needed, but very surprising results.

I hope you find them of use.

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