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English course for kids

English course for kids


The English courses for children represent one of the more effective methods in order to make the small one to learn a new language. Many schools around the world have understood this need, and so, they have dedicated great efforts in training children, through the use of creative and innovative mechanisms, to make them bilingual as quickly and safely as possible.

It turns out that between 2 and 7 years old it is possible to better internalize words without having to repeat them constantly, because at that age the ability to memorize things is superior to when one reaches adulthood.

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Everybody knows that English is one of the most important and influential languages. That’s why the vast majority of the people opt for this language it as a second alternative. Knowing how to speak English fluently opens many social, cultural and work paths todays, so it will be better if your child learn faster.

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Resources to improve your child's English

SUPPORTS HIS OR HER LEARNING!
It is essential to use fun and dynamic games. There is no better way to stimulate a child's learning than through playing, as he would be learning new things and reviewing old lessons while having fun. Imagine how boring it would be for a child up to 10 years old to listen for hours to his teacher in another language. In this regard, you can use various dynamics and one of them is the game of shawl which consists of generating two sets of cards: one with pictures and the other with words. The idea is that your child can associate a picture with a word and thus be able to memorize more easily, for example, a new block of nouns.

Use the stories

What kid doesn't like stories? Most children are fascinated by reading and rereading stories with illustrations, drawings, and other large graphic elements in full color. As a teacher, you can read the story yourself or have the student read it for a small group of classmates. Technique is essential for not only improving vocabulary but also both syntactic and semantic structures. They can also use this mechanism at home to reinforce lessons learned at school. In order to improve learning, it is possible to encourage interaction and ask questions such as "Where is the Green House?”

Try songs or rhymes

This is a simple yet effective method to teach children to not only memorize new words but also to improve intonation as well as rhythm and accent. You can sing along with your child or have him sing a song that contains simple, natural phrases. You'll see that after hearing the song several times, they'll start humming it until they can sing or recite it the right way. You'll get better results if the song is accompanied by a visual image (video, photos or puppets).

Internet apps are excellent allies

Thanks to new advances in technology, it is possible to encourage children to learn to speak English correctly. You can download through a mobile phone, tablet or computer an application specially designed for this purpose. There are many of them, but you must choose the one that best suits your child's age. They are quite funny and dynamic, but also have an enormous capacity to help the child with the new language in a simple way. With these applications you can practice vocabulary, sounds, numbers or colors.

TV or cartoon programs

Many schools apply this technique and its results speak for themselves. You can place fragments of a particular children's program or cartoons in English and you will see how it makes the learning process much easier for them. The more they hear in English, the faster they will adapt their ears and brains.

Begins with the topics that are most familiar to them

This is a super effective technique. Talking to children about the topics they are most interested in or familiar with is a great way to start practicing English. You will achieve higher levels of participation and interaction. There is no better way to polish your vocabulary than with topics related to colors, food, animals, games, numbers, toys and clothing. Don't forget that everyone has different tastes or requirements, so you can focus your attention on them.