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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 great tips on using our website to help your child learn English.

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Making puppets can be great fun and an excellent way to practise English with your children. Here are our top tips for making puppets.

Talking to your toddler about daily activities in English can help them to absorb the language. Here are our top tips for talking to your toddler.

Children can practise their English by helping a younger brother or sister. Here are our top tips for helping younger brothers or sisters.

Drawing pictures can be a creative way for children to practise English. Here are our top tips for drawing pictures.

Rhymes are a great way to introduce children to the sounds of English. Here are our top tips for learning English with rhymes.

Play a fun mystery bag game to practise English vocabulary with your children. Here are our top tips for playing a mystery bag game.

Make household chores into a fun opportunity to practise English with your child! Here are our top tips for doing the laundry.

A weather chart is a fun way to practise vocabulary for weather and the days of the week. Here are our top tips for making a weather chart with your child.

Preparing food in English can be a fun way to practise the language. Here are our top tips for cooking together at home.

Action songs are a really fun way for children to learn English. Here are our top tips for singing action songs at home.

Fairy tales are a great way for children to learn English. Here are our top tips for using fairy tales at home with your child.

Making a timeline of the day is a fun way to practise vocabulary. Here are our top tips for making a timeline of the day at home.

Children can enjoy using their creativity and speaking English at the same time. Here are our top tips for getting creative with your kids at home.

Listening to stories and songs in English can help improve pronunciation. Here are our top tips for listening to stories and songs with your child.

Role play is a great way for children to practise English and use their imagination. Here are our top tips for imaginative role play with young children.

There are lots of fun games you can play with flashcards to help your child learn vocabulary. Here are our top tips for having fun with flashcards.

DVDs and videos are a good way to expose children to English. Here are our top tips for using English language DVDs and videos.

Learning English at home can be an enjoyable experience for both children and parents. Here are our top tips for English time at home.

You can use English at home in many different situations. Here are our top tips for practising English in everyday situations. 

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