We believe that children learn best through fun activities.

They love to play games and they will make a lot of eff­ort to win, even at something they find hard, such as reading.

Games are also an excellent and painless way to help children remember new vocabulary.

Our boxed games are based on the popular 'Happy Families / Go Fish' card game.

They consist of high-quality laminated cards, meaning that they are easy to wipe clean and are highly durable.

Each game comes with a vocabulary list in Hebrew and English along with a DVD containing video clips that show how to pronounce the sounds or words in the game. In addition, we have games for matching pictures and words and for teaching irregular verbs.

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Monster Phonic Fun 1
For children to speak and read English well, they must navigate their way through many different sound combinations.
Monster Phonic Fun 2
For children to speak and read English well, they must navigate their way through many di­fferent sound combinations. Using attractive characters that make the game fun. this game helps children to pronounce these sounds correctly by giving them a visual representation of the shape of the mouth and the position of the tongue and teeth needed to pronounce each sound. Level 1 introduces the short vowels: ‘magic e’, the ‘ch’ and ‘sh’ sounds and more. Level 2 includes complex sounds made up of sever
Verb Play Level-1
This game teaches irregular verbs in all their forms (V1, V2, V3) with a picture card showing each action. There are three different Verb Play games, each teaching 15 verbs.
Verb Play Level-2
This game teaches irregular verbs in all their forms (V1, V2, V3) with a picture card showing each action. There are three different Verb Play games, each teaching 15 verbs.
Word Families 1
This card game is used to teach vocabulary. Level 1 covers themes such as sports, animals, food, and professions. Many of the words are cognates, that is, they have similar sounds in other languages, for example: ‘television’, ‘pizza’, ‘football’ and ‘doctor’. At Level 2, additional themes and more abstract vocabulary are introduced, such as musical instruments, topics of study, public institutions, and concepts such as ‘journey’, ‘flight’, ‘cruise’, and ‘voyage’.
Word Families 2
This card game is used to teach vocabulary. Level 1 covers themes such as sports, animals, food, and professions. Many of the words are cognates, that is, they have similar sounds in other languages, for example: ‘television’, ‘pizza’, ‘football’ and ‘doctor’. At Level 2, additional themes and more abstract vocabulary are introduced, such as musical instruments, topics of study, public institutions, and concepts such as ‘journey’, ‘flight’, ‘cruise’, and ‘voyage'.
Get the Picture
This game is ideal for beginners learning a new language and covers popular themes such as animals, food, colours and numbers. Because the game consists of pictures only without words, it can be used to introduce the vocabulary in any language, not just English.
Get the Picture Level 2
This game is ideal for beginners learning a new language and covers popular themes such as animals, food, colours and numbers. Because the game consists of pictures only without words, it can be used to introduce the vocabulary in any language, not just English.
Say and Match Set-1
This is a memory game used to teach vocabulary. There are two sets covering popular themes such as animals, food, colours, numbers and moods.
Say and Match Set-2
This is a memory game used to teach vocabulary. There are two sets covering popular themes such as animals, food, colours, numbers and moods.
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Debbie BAnglit

In English with Debbie

25 Golomb Street,

Flat 2,

Ra'anana

Israel

Tel +972-52-2283459

Email debbie.banglit@gmail.com

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All illustrations: Anat Friedman
All photos: Benjamin Lapid
Boxed Games graphics: Michal Dessaur Shimoni
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