It’s a bad habit to begin writing a composition straight away. Start off on the right foot by following these 5 essential steps and you will see a dramatic improvement in your results!
Whether you want your child to learn new vocabulary words or just encourage them to think outside of the box, word association games can help! Try these 5 simple yet fun word association games with your child wherever you may be!
Guilt is a feeling that’s often neglected when it comes to writing at the primary level. Teach your child some of these useful descriptions to help him add some complexity in his writing, and trust me, his teacher will reward him for that.
Some people think that correct English grammar matters only to English teachers and grammar Nazis and is of no real importance in daily life. Well, the reality could not be further from the truth.
When I was a whole lot younger, Roald Dahl’s The BFG was one of my favourite books! When I stumbled upon it in the school library one day, I was absolutely fascinated by the heartwarming, magical story within the first chapter. Secretely, for a couple of months after reading the book, I wished that a Big Friendly Giant would visit me in the middle of the night and scoop me up! Hee hee😆
Many words or phrases can be used to set up an explanation. The most common and really REALLY overused one is “because”. Please encourage your child to stop using that word in his school compositions if he wants to score a little bit higher. Here are 12 alternatives to replace “because” and their merits.
Writing is not an easy task for all students. For many struggling writers, writing assignments and assessments may leave students frustrated and discouraged. It is challenging to put thoughts into words on a page in an organized manner. The good news is that parents can support and enrich their children’s writing skills in the home environment.
A child must learn and master many skills and techniques before he leaves home for their higher studies. Children who develop critical independent thinking skills can be very successful in their life.
Prepositions of place are an important part of the English language and will enable your child to create more complex sentences. The meanings of basic prepositions and prepositional phrases are incredibly easy to demonstrate at home and your child can often guess their meanings.
Helping your child build a strong foundation is essential in helping him not just in scoring well for the English papers, but for all the other subjects (except for Mother Tongue) that are delivered in English.