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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.
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