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All the activities in this section are based on the word lists used in our Pre A1 Starters test and are pre-A1 level (what does pre-A1 level mean?).
If you’re not sure what level your child is at, ask them to try a pre-A1 level activity. If it’s too easy they can try the A1 level activities.
These activities are designed to be used on a computer or a tablet.
Watch the video, sing along and learn new words.
Read and learn the names of different animals.
Look at the letters and make words about the body with them.
Read and learn new words about food and drink.
Listen and put the little pictures in the correct place in the big picture.
Listen to what the people say and answer the questions.
Listen and put the things in the picture.
Read and find different things in the home.
Learn and say words for things in a classroom.
We also have two more levels to try. The levels start at pre-A1 and move up to A2.