English Resources

A child learning to read and write is one of the key milestones in their education. The first time a child can write their name or read a word on a sign is something which creates the utmost feeling of pride.

Those children who are keen to write and have a passion for reading have a significant advantage over those who are reluctant or are afraid of failure. Often as a parent or teacher is the latter who are the most challenging and whom can only be engaged through the use of creative and engaging activities.

There are a multitude of English resources which can be found in supermarkets, bookshops, online, on television and even which you can make yourself. The challenge is often not finding resources but knowing when and how to use them. In my posts I will endeavour to review resources and explain how I have used them to best effect.


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