Helping your child

Many parents want to help their child or children with their English but are not sure what they can do to help. In this section you'll find lots of expert advice about helping your child learn English.

How children learn

How do children learn? This article explains the different factors affecting how children learn, and how this helps you to best work with your child.

How to start teaching kids English at home

Many parents would like to teach their children English at home, but don’t know how to start. Read our suggestions to find out!

Young children learn language naturally and unconsciously. Read our article to find out more about the factors that influence how young children learn English.

Many parents are worried about letting their child use the internet. In this article you will find some tips to help your child use computers and the internet safely.

Children enjoy reading picture books from the very beginning of learning a language. Here are some suggestions on how to select and use picture books with your child.

Learning English through sharing rhymes

Rhymes are a valuable way to introduce the sounds of a language and practise speaking in a fun and motivational way. Read this article to find out more about using rhymes at home with your children.

Motivating your child

Have you ever wondered how you can motivate your child to practise their English? Follow our ten tips for success!

Young children learn English differently from adults. Here are some practical tips for a range of activities you can do with children at home.

Pronunciation activities

Learners are often worried about pronunciation, but you do not need to sound like a native English speaker to be able to communicate in English. Here are some activities you can do with your child to practise.

Read this article to find out how you can help your child speak English at home.

Reading books is an activity with many benefits for older children and teenagers. This article explains the advantages and suggests how to encourage your child to read more.

English courses for children aged 6-17

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