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Learn Facial Features with Prof. Oak
Prof. Oak helps us name and describe facial features. Watch as your students slowly come to realize that the bald, featureless face of infinite creepyness is actually good ole "hakase".
To make the flashcards, print the featureless version for the background and the regular version. Cut out the features and laminate them so they are lined up with their original positions and add the words so they will not overlap or block anything when they are on the face. You may need to draw a line between the word and the feature for clarity.
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