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Flashcard maker

Another resource I found recently. At the moment I’m trying to catch up on the British Council FutureLearn course Teaching for Success: Lessons and Teaching (it’s already finished and I’m only om week 2!) and this week they introduced us to this nifty flashcard maker from Cambridge English Online

So easy to use and so handy.

First, you choose the size of your flashcards:

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Then, you can look for the flashcard word you need from their catalogue and add a picture:

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You can add the word, if you want…

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and also the phonetic script:

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And then print. Easy. 🙂

Or, if you’d rather not go through *all* this trouble, you can try find an already-made set on the British Council Learn English Kids website.

 

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2 comments on “Flashcard maker

  1. tefltravelling
    October 18, 2016

    Thank you so much for sharing this!

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