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Arthur, Connect the World

Arthur, Connect the World Play "Connect the World," a card matching game, with Buster Baxter to learn about different countries and cultures. Learn to recognize the flags, foods, favorite sports, and arts of places around the world. This easy-to-read site with audio reinforcement and colorful graphics
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Arthur, Connect the World


Play "Connect the World," a card matching game, with Buster Baxter to learn about different countries and cultures. Learn to recognize the flags, foods, favorite sports, and arts of places around the world. This easy-to-read site with audio reinforcement and colorful graphics makes for an excellent activity to use with English language learners.

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• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

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