How to Write Condolence Messages in English.
ESL | Parenting | Teaching | TEFL

 How to Write Condolence Messages in English.

We are a site that tries to bring fun into learning English. However, as with all languages, there are times when it is not used to express joy, but used to express sorrow. Writing condolence messages in English is also a difficult situation for a second language learner as although they share the feelings of…

How to Write Congratulations Messages on a New Baby in English.
ESL | ESL | Parenting

How to Write Congratulations Messages on a New Baby in English.

There might come a time when you have to offer congratulations to friends, family or colleagues on the birth of a new baby. It is important to be able to get the language and tone correct in these situations. We have congratulations messages to cover new babies below. We also have quotes if you would…

Does My Child Need A Tutor? (A Teacher’s View)
ESL | STEAM | STEM | Teaching | Teaching English | TEFL

Does My Child Need A Tutor? (A Teacher’s View)

Assessing whether your child needs a tutor depends on multiple factors. These include, but are not limited to, struggling with core skills in subjects including language and math, problems learning in classroom environments, and developing behavioral issues due to work being either overly difficult or easy.

How To Teach Writing To Left handed Students
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How To Teach Writing To Left handed Students

Teaching left-handed students to write can be achieved with a few adaptations. Using techniques like mirroring, paper positioning and grip training will help left-handed students develop writing skills. Resources specifically designed for left handers are also available like pens, binders and notebooks.

How to Make Bedtime Stories Educational (with 12 Questions to ask!)
Reading | Teaching | Teaching English

How to Make Bedtime Stories Educational (with 12 Questions to ask!)

Bedtime stories are an underutilized way of improving a child’s reading comprehension, higher order thinking and meta cognition skills. Developing a series of simple questions will enable them to practice and develop reading skills including empathy, comparison, summarizing, and prediction skills at all ages.