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Following on from the great response from teachers in having these games in one easy bookmarked place I have made on for Magic or Silent E as well. These games are harder to find it appears so i hope this will be of use as well. I have played them all and as usual they are a mixed bag. I also have one of mine in App and online form and will put the usual links below it
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I have had this website for about 8 months now, and in the last couple of weeks i have taken it way more seriously. With pretty good results so far (thanks for that!) Once i started with WordPress i was on the premium plan which came with Word Ads included. I thought i would give it try, its always nice to see money coming in. I knew it would be small, but I didn’t expect it to be quite as small as it turns out.
I wanted to start this off with a question, and it’s mainly aimed at ESL kindergarten teachers. I am wondering how you teach the Alphabet in K1, 2 and 3? I am a Primary teacher who mainly teaches year 1 to 3 in my school, as do most of the teachers on Hong Kong’s Native teacher scheme. (NET scheme), and most of our students come up from K.3. with great knowledge of the letter names of English but less so the relationship between the sounds and the letters