Monday, 1 August 2016

What's in Your Town? - Town Places Names Vocabulary By ELF Learning



Learn names of stores and places around town with this relaxed, Bossa nova rhythm. This "listen and repeat" video contains 24 names for things our students see around their towns. 

One of ELF's goals is to expose children to many different genres and styles of music. Though not normally associated with children's learning materials, this genre has a smooth beat that kids will learn to appreciate over time. We hope, as they grow older, they learn to "feel" music rather than listen to it. 
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Vocabulary include:
bakery
bank
bookstore
bus stop
cake shop
coffee shop
dentist
doctor's office
-break-
drug store
flower shop
gas station
hospital
library
movie theater
park
pool
-break-
post office
restaurant
school
supermarket
toy store
train station
zoo
map
-The End-
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