English for Kids: Conjunctions

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    English for Kids: Conjunctions

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    Another activity for learning conjunctions from Ellen Weber's grammar series. Suitable for children of ages 6+.

    Conjunctions are parts of speech used to connect between words or phrases. In this game, we learn about the conjunctions "and" &"or".

    Ellen Weber is a pediatric speech pathologist who works with many types of special needs children.

    ● Features

    - Quality graphics
    - Kid friendly interface
    - Highly interactive and intuitive to use
    - Includes positive reinforcement through audio and original illustrations
    - Part of TinyTap - Game Creation Platform.

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    Users comments for English for Kids: Conjunctions

    Ilayaraja raja

    by Ilayaraja raja

    Aug 20, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Sak Thur

    by Sak Thur

    Dec 30, 2016  |  "Poor"

    The voice on this app does anything but scream kid friendly, it is boring. This game seems to encourage your children to disengage. It also lacks verity and the lesson plans are unimaginative.

    Sam Williams

    by Sam Williams

    Feb 08, 2015  |  "Awesome"