How To Teach Kids English At Home | The BEST Lesson You Can Teach Your Child

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How To Teach Kids English At Home. Do you want to give your child a head start in English?

In this episode I’m going to share a few tips on how to make English accessible, fun and simple for your children, nephews or neighbors’ kids (without using screens and without spending too much money or time)

Now, If you’re a non-native speaker, you might have toyed with the idea of teaching your kids English, but then thought to yourself: “But I STILL MAKE MISTAKES! Am I enough to teach my kids English? I should get them a real English teacher!”

In this episode, you’ll see why teaching your kids even if your English is not perfect, is probably the best thing you can do for them.

Or maybe you want to teach them at home (especially now, during Covid-19 where most families are quarantined in their homes) but you have no idea where to start.

In the video, you’ll get a few practical tips so you’ll know where to start, with simple English lessons at home or by incorporating more English in your day-to-day life.

I’ll also talk about how to teach kids pronunciation and other gems that will help support your kids as confident English speakers.

In the video, I mention a few resources you can use to improve YOUR pronunciation and practice along with your kid. Here’s a list of videos explaining sounds with a FREE practice sheet + audio recording download:

Flap T+R | download the PDF
Ow as in go | download the PDF
American R | download the PDF
American L | download the PDF
50 most mispronounced words audiosheet

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2 Comments on “How To Teach Kids English At Home | The BEST Lesson You Can Teach Your Child”

  1. Hi Hadar ! You broadcast is again a particularly fascinating video about the most crucial aspects of language teaching and learning. Thank you for it. I believe what you outlined is of superb significance for teaching any new languages for human beings at any life period. May I illustrate that by my own case. I acquired a quite good and fluent German long ago as a medical student within a relatively short time. I had however, no German teacher. My mother used to have an elderly woman friend those days married to Hungary a decade earlier. She even didn’t speak Hungarian well. She undertook to “talk” with me in German. She was extremely intelligent and didn’t try to apply any “scholarly” method. What she did in our talks, as far as I remember, basically corresponded to what is explained in Hadar’s video.

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