Practice Pronunciation in English With Tongue Twisters

A tongue twister is a specific sequence of words whose rapid, repeated pronunciation is difficult even for native speakers. It is a great way to practice and improve pronunciation and fluency. The subtle changes in the spellings make the words mean different, look different, and definitely pronounced different. The point of tongue twisters is to practice Read more…

All About Adjectives

An adjective is a word that describes nouns. It gives us some information about an object’s size, shape, age, color, origin or material. Adjectives tell us how much; how many of something we’re talking about, which thing we want passed to, or which kind of something we want. It’s a big table. He is tall. We’ve Read more…

Story Of Chinese New Year

About Lunar New Year Chinese New Year is also called Lunar New Year or Spring Festival. It is a celebration with the family,  fireworks and gift-giving. People get together and welcome the new year with customs that shall bring good luck, good fortune, wealth, prosperity and happiness. The festival begins on the first Read more…

Opposite Words

Opposite word is a word that expresses a meaning opposed to the meaning of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other. Your kids can describe the world around them using opposite words. As they learn about animals, try new foods, and go on adventures they will notice how things are different from each other. Read more…

Word Family: ~ing

Hi, I am Peter. I like to sing. I can sing on my swing. I sing of springs. I sing of bees that sting and birds with wings. Activities “ing” words: You can download the above worksheet at:  Wordsheet_learnWord-ing    

How to teach your kids the Alphabet?

Alphabet knowledge plays a big role in a child’s eventual success learning to read. Once children can recognize the shapes of most letters instantly and effortlessly, they are able to shift their attention to sound-letter relationships and how to write letters. You can start teaching your child the alphabet when he’s Read more…

In The Bathroom

  Your kids learn to take take care of themselves, like brushing their teeth, washing their hands and going to the potty little by little. Help your kids to learn the words, vocabulary and items in the bathroom. Let them familiar the activity they do in the bathroom.   You can Read more…

Be Ready For Halloween

Have an exciting, fun and candy filled Halloween night! This special holiday will be spook-tacular with the right words and phrases! It will be useful for children as a hand on prompt and spelling reference during independent writing tasks. Learn the new words and have fun.

Family Members

The family unit is where our children have their first experiences of relationships and learning. It’s great for the little kids to know their families roots through grandparent’s stories. Share with your kids how big is the family tree, where is their grandparents from, how many aunts and uncles they Read more…

Sight Words: -An Words

Practice words with -an sound. You can use these words to create simple sentences for your child to read it. Your child can write each of the -an words on paper.