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let's eat in english

Level: A1-A2

Age: 4+

Number of players: 2+

Contents: more than 250 cards with names of food items and kitchen equipment, cards with names of food categories, cardboard plates, Menu, Mind Map/Menu, Game instructions with scenarios.

LET'S EAT IN ENGLISH will help you learn the most useful words and phrases related to ordering and eating what you like best.

CONTENTS: The game contains over 250 elements: 160 cards with pictures and names of food as well as kitchen accessories, 10 cards with the names of categories, 70 scoring tokens, a fabric drawing bag, 6 cardboard plates, 6 boards (Menu on one side, Mind Map on reverse), Instructions.

Players have the opportunity to use full phrases, thus practising the words in context. That is why children will keep repeating: I like / I don’t like…., Could you pass me …..(an apple), please ?, etc.

 Here you will find the words from the following categories: fruits, vegetables, soups, main courses, desserts and accessories (knife, cup, napkin). There are words on separate boxes, thus giving you the chance to match them to pictures and memorize them.

The game meets the needs of dyslexics. Words on the cardboards are presented in a dyslexics friendly font which makes it easier to read the letters.

Beautifully designed food cards, plates and menu cards help children create the meals they like, choose them according to the time of day, and compete who finishes it first.

6 game scenarios and a rich game content help to create great and entertaining games with children.

The package also contains a CD with the DeDOMO Methodical Guide "English for Parents" in pdf version and audio recordings with basic words and phrases in English.

 

“We are giving you a completely new kind of language-game. Both the selection of language material and the way it is used in the form of scenario proposals are inspired by the deDOMO method and the central concept of the "domestication" of a foreign language by anchoring it in the most typical, everyday situations, such as eating.The scenarios are constructed in two ways. On the one hand, they teach key words and phrases, on the other hand, they allow to build in the process of their consolidation an element of "gamification", loved by children, but also more and more appreciated by the modern methodology of teaching a foreign language. "

Dr. Grzegorz Śpiewak
co-creator of the deDOMO method

 

The Sherlock Foreign Language Center in Kobyłka 

"The Sherlock Foreign Language Center is not only a school, but also a dream that has been carefully nurtured for many years. It is a dream that has finally been given wings to act and that intends to meet the demands of future generations, keeping up with the times. We know that nothing stays in the same place, technology, life, everything around us is changing at dizzying speed, and so is  language. That is why our task is to transfer knowledge in such a way that the classes give joy, satisfaction and visible effects. Bet on games from the REGIPIO company and without a doubt it was a bull's eye! It was the first time we saw with what passion children played grammar games and how complicated rules become something obvious and easy for them to use, such game titles as: "Let's eat in English", "Beat About the Bush" and "Ask! Don't Stray! "allow our students to use the English language freely and to talk freely, which from our point of view is extremely important in learning a foreign language. In conclusion, we would like to thank REGIPIO for attractive and useful language games  and we would like to greet all of you from the Sherlock Foreign languages Centre."

See the game "Let’s eat in English"

 

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