As we get into summer, here’s a fun cut-and-paste fruit worksheet for your kids! They can choose from eight different fruits to colour and fill up their fruit bowl, so it’s great for reviewing vocabulary and teaching about healthy eating, too.
Perfect for teddy bear’s picnics, these cute play cupcakes are so simple, quick and fun to make that your little one will be able to whip up a batch in no time!
While it’s never too late to learn anything, when it comes to languages most linguists agree that there is an optimal age for learning. Here we take a look at some of the latest research on the subject.
Enjoy these lovely FRUITS picture-word flashcards! The words included this set are: apple, banana, cherry, orange, pear and strawberry. Perfect for teaching fruits and healthy-eating units!
We believe games are one of the best ways of teaching languages to young kids! They add the important element of fun to learning and are a great opportunity to connect with children. Here we look at four different kinds of games that work well for teaching languages to kids!
With the end of the school year approaching, why not congratulate your young students with this fun, colourful end of year diploma! It’s an editable file, so you can personalize it to suit your needs. It comes in A4 and letter size, and includes versions with and without flags.
During development a child’s mind absorbs knowledge in a fabulous way, which is why it’s an ideal stage to start learning new languages! Here are five key reasons why learning foreign languages at an early age is so valuable.
This bright, fun printable wall poster can help your little ones learn their ABC’s in English! With lots of colourful squares and pictures to look at, it’s great for your classroom or child’s bedroom.
A fun way for little ones to practice numbers 0 – 12 and early maths skills! There are so many ways to use these lovely ladybird and leaf cards; play simple matching games with them, add them to a sensory bin, use them with manipulatives, as play dough mats, clip cards or even as wall displays!
Use this easy to construct accordion book to practise winter clothes words with your little ones and encourage their reading and writing skills! Great for winter units!