25 Conversation Topics Perfect For Children’s English Lessons

May 3, 2018
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Children learn languages more quickly than adults and they are not afraid of making mistakes as they are already at school learning a variety of subjects.  It is important to remember when teaching English conversation to children to make the lessons fun and interesting.  The more these conversations are appealing, the quicker children will learn.  Children’s English Lessons must always […]


10 Cartoons that will help Children improve English Fluency

November 14, 2017
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Cartoons are such great ways of helping children learn to speak English well.    The story lines of these cartoons are very simple and repetitive.  This repetition helps children hear words and phrases time and time again and enables them to learn new vocabulary and correct pronunciation from an early age.  These cartoons are funny to watch and have great appeal […]


25 English Conversation Topics Perfect for Children’s English Lessons

October 20, 2017
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In today’s connected world, it is important that children know how to speak English. It will help them later in the future if they want to find a bilingual job, enter an English-speaking college, speak with native English-speaking friends, or simply enjoy the benefits of knowing multiple languages. However, learning a different language can be difficult for children. It requires […]


5 Creative Ways to Teach Spoken English to Kids

May 10, 2017
10 May 2017,
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Children are at a prime age when learning a new language comes relatively quickly and easily. If you want to teach Spoken English to your kids, start early. Take advantage of this young age and immerse your children in the English language as soon as possible. Make sure spoken English is incorporated into daily routines to facilitate an ease of […]


7 Creative Ways you can Help your Children Improve English Speaking Skills

January 10, 2017
10 January 2017,
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If your children are learning English, chances are good that they’ll do a lot of classroom-style learning, with the teacher instructing and students repeating or responding to them. There will probably be a lot of written work. But they will need plenty of opportunities to practice speaking in order to truly become fluent English speakers. Even if you’re not completely […]