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Many young children remember language more easily if learning is subtly combined with creative activities, such as drawing and role-play.
Creative activities are especially good for motivation. When children can create something that is important to them, they are more likely to work hard and take control of their own learning.
Any language ‘work’ you do at home that is fun, varied, attention-grabbing or creative will help your child prepare for their exams and develop their skills in a natural, stress-free way.
Creativity is about having new ideas and expressing ourselves in our own way – whether that is singing songs, writing stories, creating videos, or thinking about how to solve a problem.
Our website is full of fun, creative activities. You might like to start with some of these activities:
Learn English through drawing
Learn English through songs
Learn English through games Learn English through outdoor play
Learn English through stories
A key part of creativity is the ability to imagine, to see things not just as they are, but as they might be.
Imagination provides children with lots of contexts, themes and ideas for using language. Using language in ways that are interesting and meaningful is great for motivation.
One of the best sources of imaginative ideas is storybooks. Your child can follow a reading session by creating their own adventures. This provides lots of opportunities to practise all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening).
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