How To Teach Yourself English
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How To Teach Yourself English

Learning a new language is rewarding and exciting, especially if it opens work, travel, and study opportunities. But what if you don’t have the resources to go to a language school or hire a tutor? Can you teach yourself English? Teaching yourself English is possible with motivation, persistence, and patience. Start with primary digital and…

Consonant Blend Worksheets
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Consonant Blend Worksheets

Here were have 20 Printable Consonant blend worksheets, for download and use in home and classrooms. they cover the Main consonant blends as details below and have blend quiz worksheets at the end as well to consolidate learning. Consonant blend worksheets include: Br consonant Blend Worksheets Bl consonant Blend Worksheets Cr consonant Blend Worksheets Cl…

Best Books For First Readers
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Best Books For First Readers

The best books for first readers are books budding bookworms enjoy reading. You can’t force a reading passion. But give young kids books that make them giggle, dream, and discover, and they’ll naturally become eager readers. Your goal is to introduce early readers to various books written for their level (first readers are considered anyone…

How To Teach Singular And Plural To Kindergarten
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How To Teach Singular And Plural To Kindergarten

Teaching plural and singular nouns to kindergarten students might seem simple at first. That is until you remember that there are no “foots” and teeth are not “tooths.” This concept is familiar to all adult English speakers, but this is a brand new discovery for our little ones. So how do we explain this to…

How To Identify Phonemes
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How To Identify Phonemes

Phonemes might sound like a complicated linguistic term. However, phonemes simply refer to the way each sound in a word is pronounced. This is different from the individual letters, and knowing how to identify phonemes is an essential part of learning a new language or pronouncing new sounds correctly. So, how do you identify phonemes?…

How To Teach Letter and Sound Blending?
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How To Teach Letter and Sound Blending?

As educators or parents, it’s important to teach young learners the basics of reading and comprehension. Once a student has learned how to recognize and vocalize the alphabet, it’s time to move on to blending! Although there are different ways to teach blending, some learners may still struggle with concept comprehension. Blending is the ability…

Can Interrogative Pronouns Be Subjects?
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Can Interrogative Pronouns Be Subjects?

Students need to be able to use interrogative pronouns to read and construct questions. But analyzing the function of interrogative pronouns in sentences can be trickier than using them. Can interrogative pronouns be subjects? The following interrogative pronouns can form the subject of a sentence: who, whose, which, what, whoever, whatever, and whichever. The interrogative…

What Are Inflected Endings?
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What Are Inflected Endings?

Learning about inflected endings or inflections is a vital tool in developing reading and writing skills in English. First-language speakers begin using inflections in the first and second grades, but teachers need to understand the grammatical rules. What are inflected endings? Inflected endings or inflections belong to the part of speech called suffixes. You add…

How Do You Change A Sentence Into An Interrogative Sentence?
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How Do You Change A Sentence Into An Interrogative Sentence?

Can you imagine your life without asking any direct questions such as “what’s for breakfast?” or “have you seen the new Spiderman movie?” These types of direct questions use an interrogative sentence, and without them, we’d have a difficult time navigating our everyday. An interrogative sentence is a to-the-point, frank and direct question to clear…

How To Teach Pronunciation To Grade 1
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How To Teach Pronunciation To Grade 1

Fluency in producing sounds and speaking easily and smoothly is most important for children to learn at a young age to accurately pronounce words in the English language.  Although accents and dialects will all affect how individuals pronounce English, there are some tasks and activities that give all students the best chance to be understood….