Who’s afraid of Cambridge English Young Learners exams?
Raise your hand if a cold shiver runs down your spine when you hear about children taking exams.
You’re not alone, I’m specialised in teaching young learners, but above all, I’m a parent, just like you! I don’t want my children to be traumatised, stressed or assessed. I know that every child has their own pace when it comes to learning, and at first glance, standardised tests don’t appear to fit into this assumption. But… I’ve spent the last 8 years preparing children between 8 and 10 years old…
How to help your child learn English Online
In online learning, parents are the key to learners’ success. A good teacher knows that parents’ expectations are important to deliver an effective course. It’s usually the teacher’s job to support children’s learning. With online courses, parents take over and have to be aware of their new role of providing supervision, motivation, feedback and help without being distracting or too intrusive. It may seem quite challenging, but it is perfectly manageable once you have been let into the followin…
Three steps to start learning English at home (children 4-7)
If you like teaching your children or if you just enjoy playing with them and you’re looking for some new activities to do with them, I’ve collected some suggestions in order to bring a little English into your daily routine and turn a playful time with your children into a language learning moment. The three-step path you are going to read about is especially recommended for parents of children from 4 to 7 years.
- Get yourself a puppet (like this one by Ikea https://www.ikea.com/us/…
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