Maybe the children are learning English in school, and they already think it’s boring…
Act fast to limit the damage; together you’ll discover that English is a tool, an experience, a game!
5 Tips for English for 6 to 10-year-olds:
1. Don’t assume that they need advanced English books; if they don’t speak English, they need books within their reach
2. At this age, the fear of making mistakes becomes a powwerful inhibitor. Show that you yourself are not afraid of being ridiculous.
3. Have fun, make a fool of yourself, make English an opportunity to laugh together. Act like a monkey, run like a reindeer, slither like a snake, roar like a lion…
4. Listen together to audiobooks and songs when you’re driving. Over and over again. If they complain, tell them it’s for you, you need to improve your English.
5. Don’t ask children to read if they can’t first tell the story orally. First, speaking, then reading.
You will make it, because:
The settings and animals will open up new worlds for you to explore through English. Look for information and videos about animals and landscapes, but always do it with a parent.
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