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Help your child practise their English at home with these fun activities for young learners. Our activities help develop key English skills, including reading, writing, listening and speaking. They also cover topics and places that your children are familiar with, like the zoo, doctor’s and library, so they feel more motivated to learn.
Games are a fantastic way to help children learn new skills, build their confidence, and practise their English. No matter your level of English, we have lots of activities that you can play with your child. If you’re not sure what level your child is at, start practising using pre-A1 level activities. If these are too easy, try A1 level activities or A2 level activities.
Singing is a great way to help children learn new words. It can also help them to remember new language and practise their pronunciation. With Sing and Learn, you can sing along to the videos, learn new words and repeat the songs as many times as your child would like. Each song also comes with an activity sheet that you can download to help them practise what they have learned.
Quick and fun, the online game What is it? helps improve your child’s reading skills. Read the names of the animals and see if they match the picture! You can also help them practise their vocabulary in real life by asking your child to name the animal or an object in English on your walk, at the supermarket or in the library.
Listening is a key part of Cambridge English Qualifications. Our A2 level activity Work and jobs asks learners to listen out for simple information and choose an answer from pictures. With lively, bright pictures, these listening games inspire children to have fun whilst learning. We also have listening activities for pre-A1 level (At the beach) and A1 level (In the home).
Practising speaking activities at home can help your child feel safe and build their confidence, as they won’t be afraid to make mistakes.
Some of our speaking activities, like our A2 level activity At the museum, ask your child to compare two pictures and speak about all the differences they see. Young learners may also like to draw a picture of their own. To help them practise their English, ask them to describe the things in their own picture and use a dictionary to look up new words.
Looking for ways to improve your child’s English spelling? Write a list of English words your child knows but change the spelling. Then, ask them to correct your work like a teacher. We also have an online spelling activity for Pre A1 Starters, The body, where learners must make words out of letters with the help of some bright, fun pictures!
Sometimes, there is more than one way to describe a person or object. These descriptive words are called adjectives. To help your child learn more descriptive words, why not create a magic word box?
Put new English words in the box and pick them out at random every day to help them learn new words. You can also get your child to try this online A2 level activity which asks learners to say whether or not the description is correct.
Explore more activities for young learners and find support for parents on our website.