This post is going to be aimed at younger children at the point where they are just starting to learn English. A lot of these games will be entertaining but start to introduce basic vocabulary. As a parent or a babysitter, these games would be a great way to get the children to start picking up English. Game 1: Treasure Hunt This game is a classic for kids and can be adapted to incorporate teaching English. Get some treats or healthy snacks and hide them around the house. Then you can write clues that are in English to help them find the treasure. For example, you could hide something in the cutlery drawer and the clue could be ´fork´. Keep it simple if the children […]
How can you make sure the first day goes smoothly? There are several ways you can help prepare your babysitter so they are ready for their first time alone with your children. Remember they are coming to a new environment with new people so you want to help get settled on their first day. The happier they are, the happier your child will be. Firstly, it might be a nice idea to do a trial run. Have them babysit for an hour or two while you are still in the house. That way the babysitter and your child will feel more comfortable with one another. It will also allow you to learn more about the type of babysitter they are, putting any worries you have […]
Are you still on the lookout for your ideal babysitter? Well in this blog post we are going to discuss some key characteristics that you might want your babysitter to have. These are especially true if you want your babysitter to help with teaching and talking in English to achieve a more natural fluency. They can be remembered with a simple anagram so that in your next interview with a babysitter you can easily check them off your list in your head. INGLES! You want your babysitter to have a bit of flair about them and the love for playing and creating with the children. They need a good imagination so they can create games, activities and crafts rather than just having the children in […]
‘The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create’ – Barack Obama Art is a great tool to help with teaching any subject but it can be especially important when teaching younger children English. If you want your children to enjoy learning English then you need it to feel less like a chore and more like a fun activity. So in this post, we are going to discuss why art is such a great tool for learning and what different activities could be used to combine Art and English. Hopefully, some of these ideas will inspire you to get more creative. Why is art a useful tool? 1.Memorable Using art is a much more effective way to help […]
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