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If your child wants to improve their English, they need to practise, practise, practise. Learning ‘little and often’ is more effective than occasionally studying hard.
The Cambridge English website has lots of free resources to help your child practise their language skills at home. For example, your child can improve their:
Encourage your child to do one of our 5–10-minute learning activities every day. We have lots of free, online activities for younger children and teenagers.
The holidays are a chance for children to practise the things they learned in school, explore them in more depth and use them in real-life situations.
Speaking and listening activities:
The school holidays are a perfect time to do longer projects, which your child would not have time for usually.
Projects can be really motivating. They give children the opportunity to be creative and use English to complete real-life tasks. Projects are also a fantastic way to use a range of different language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening).
Here are a few project ideas you could try at home: