Sunday, November 17, 2019

HOW TO TEACH YOUR CHILD “THE TENSES”

It can be a tense time for parents when children jumble up their tenses 😊. The tenses are one of the fundamental building blocks in the English language....

How to teach Capital Letters and Small Letters

One of the fundamental skills that every child is initiated into in preschool is writing. While some of us are a bit skeptical about how important writing is...

5 activities to teach ascending order to your children

Let’s be truthful. There are certain concepts which are super boring and one of them is arranging numbers in ascending order. But, don’t you worry! As always, we...

4 fun activities to teach conjunction to 1st graders

Fun conjunction activities can easily take away the tediousness as well as the boredom involved in the grammar lesson. What is a conjunction? Why is it so important? A...

5 activities to teach descending order to your children

We have already discussed a few activities for teaching ascending order here . While you can use the same activities for teaching descending order as well (with minor...

5 games to make sentence formation fun for kids

If you simply ask kids to write sentences to improve their skills, you know what is going to happen. You are either going to deal with hue and...

Creative ways to teach preposition to children

Let’s talk about a few creative ways to teach prepositions to children today. But before that, let us understand why it is so important, after all? Prepositions usually describe...

4 easy ways to improve your child’s grammar

In today’s world, ‘texting’ language has become the norm. We might almost wonder if ‘grammar’ in sentence construction is no longer a necessity. When we see teenagers use...

3 fun ways to teach punctuation marks to your children

As a parent, we are always concerned about how easily our kids are distracted or how they resist learning concepts of math or English (like grammar rules). It is...

5 fun activities to make predicate and subject simple for first...

Many children that I know of can form a statement but if I ask them about the various parts of the sentence,  they are confused. They cannot identify...

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