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Kids& Beginner Video Lessons
Accent from England.
Course 1 Lessons
Unit intro – Alphabet & Phonics Resources.
Aim: Teach letters of the alphabet
Unit 1 – Greetings - Hello
Aim: Teach basic greetings – Hello, Hi, Goodbye.
Unit 2 – What’s your name?
Aim: To teach kids how to say their names.
Unit 3 – How old are you?
Aim: Teach kids how to say their age and learn numbers 1 to 5.
Unit 4 – Numbers – How many?
Aim: Teach kids how to count from 1 to 10.
Unit 5 A – Colours – What colour is it?
Aim: Teach kids how to describe things through colours.
Unit 5 B - Colours Vocabulary
Aim: Teach colours vocabulary
Unit 5 C - Green Monster Colours Lesson
Aim: Teach colours through a colours songs
Unit 6 – Fruits – I like apples.
Aim: Teach kids names of fruits and how to express likes.
Unit 7 – Body – I have a head.
Aim: Teach kids parts of the body.
Unit 8– Actions – I can, I can’t.
Aim: Teach kids how to express ability using simple action verbs.
Course 2 Lessons
Unit 1 – Animals – Farms Animals.
Aim: Teach students how to express preference by using vocabulary related to farm animals.
Unit 2 – Family Members
Aim: Teach words and expressions used when describing family.
Unit 3 – School bag
Aim: To teach words and expressions related to classroom items.
Unit 4 – Actions – Can and Can’t
Aim: Teach action verbs
Unit 5 – Shapes & Sizes
Aim: Teach various shapes and adjectives to describe size.
Unit 6 – Demonstrative Pronouns – This/That/These/Those
Aim: Teach singular and plurals of nouns and demonstrative pronouns.
Unit 7 – Numbers – 10 to 100
Aim: Teach numbers 10 to 100 and pronunciation differences between long and short vowels.
Unit 8 – Toys – Where is it?
Aim: Teach words and expressions related to toys and to ask where things are.
Unit 9 – Days of the week and weekly activities
Aim: Teach days of the week and some things we do weekly.
Unit 10 - Weather – What’s the weather like?
Aim: Teach students how to ask about the weather and describe it.
Unit 11 - Food – What do you want to eat
Aim: Teach students about the things we eat and express want
Course 3 Lessons
Unit 1 – Pets : Why do you like dogs?
Aim: Teach names of pets and give a brief description of pets using personality adjectives.
Unit 2a – Time – What time is it?
Aim: Teach students how to tell the time and also how to talk about daily routines.
Unit 2b – Time – What time is it?
Aim: Teach students how to tell the time using quarter to/past/ Half past etc.
Unit 3 – Months & birthdays – When is your birthday?
Aim: Teach students months of the year and how to tell dates using months and ordinal numbers.
Unit 4 – Jobs – What people do.
Aim: To teach kids how to describe jobs using action verbs.
Unit 5 – Actions – What are you doing?
Aim: Students will learn how to describe actions in progress using the present progressive.
Unit 6 – Transport – How do you come to school?
Aim: Teach students different means of transport and talk about going around.
Unit 7 – Clothes – What are you wearing today?
Aim: To learn to describe what someone is wearing.
Unit 8 – Where is it? – At home
Aim: Teach kids prepositions of place, alongside rooms and things at home.
Unit 9a – Vegetables – How much are the carrots?
Aim: Teach kids vegetable vocabulary and how to go shopping for veggies.
Unit 9b – Vegetables – Extra Vegetable Vocabulary lesson - Cauliflower, broccoli etc.
Aim: Teach students extra vegetable vocabulary.
Unit 10 – Weather and clothes - Put on your sunglasses.
Aim: Teach kids how to talk about clothes relative to the weather.
Unit 11 - Zoo – What does a panda look like?
Aim: To teach students how to describe zoo animals by what they eat and look like.
More video lessons.
Kindergarten/Nursery School kids
Primary School- Grade 1 Video Lessons
Primary School- Grade 2 Video Lessons
Primary School- Grade 3 Video Lesson
Primary School- Grade 4 Video Lessons
Primary School- Grade 5 Video Lessons
Primary School- Grade 6 Video Lessons.
Phonics A to D Printable Worksheets
Phonics E to H Printable Worksheets
Phonics I to L Printable Worksheets
Phonics M to P Printable Worksheets
Phonics Q to T Printable Worksheets
Phonics U to W Printables Worksheets
Phonics X to Z Printables Worksheets
Assorted Phonics Worksheets
Vowel sounds recognition worksheets for early learners
A to Z Phonics Cards for Kids
A, B, C Phonics worksheets (without color) ABC Phonic (with color)
Phonics worksheets - f,d,s sounds
Phonics worksheets- f, r, d, s sounds
Alphabet cards from A to Z
ABC Flash Cards
Vowel Sounds Self-Grading Pronunciation Exercises
Vowel Sounds multiple choice quiz - Learn and practice English vowels
Double vowel sounds - Diphthongs Quiz - "EI" sound as in GAME
Double vowel sounds - Diphthongs Quiz - "AI" sound as in FLY
Double vowel sounds - Diphthongs Quiz - "OI" sound as in BOY
Double Vowel Sounds -Diphthongs Test - All Diphthongs hotspot quiz
Single Vowel Sounds self-test
Phonetic multiple choice vowel exercise using Audio
Regular Past simple ending sounds- Pronounce the endings of past simple words correctly.
Phonetics quiz: Diphthongs symbols exercise-English pronunciation.
English Intonation exercise: A multiple choice quiz with audio recordings to practice pronunciation and intonation in expressing feelings.
Pronunciation and word stress Quiz. Word stress in another challenging part of pronunciation in English Learning. Here is a quiz to give you some practice.
Pronunciation and word stress: English phonetics stress pattern quiz.
Odd word out: Choose the word that does not rhyme with the others. An exercise about sounds of English words.
Many more online tests.
Adjectives & Adverbs
Adjectives followed by prepositions1
Adjectives followed by prepositions 2
Compound Adjectives - easy-going etc.
Adjectives to nouns - Match nouns to adjectives.
Adjectives to nouns - Match nouns to adjectives. 2
Asking for description using "like"
Personality Adjectives 1
Personality Adjectives 2
Extreme Adjectives 1
Extreme Adjectives 2
Articles "the" "a"
Definite & indefinite articles 1
Definite & Indefinite articles 2
Comparatives & Superlatives quiz -1
Conditionals Sentences-zero, first, second, third
zero Conditionals - usually used for things that are always true
First conditionals - usually for things that have a logical end
Conditional modals - might, should, had
Mixed Conditionals & Other Advanced grammar Review
Conditional sentences - Matching Exercise
Conjunctions - coordinating, contrasting
Contrasting conjunctions - Although, however, in spite of, despite
Conjunctions - so, until, while, since
Conjunctions - While or During
Conjunctions - Since, for, last, ago
Conjunctions - for or since in present perfect tenses
Direct/ Indirect speech
Discourse Markers & Conversation Fillers
Appropriate Discourse makers, Well, Right, Listen etc
Future Forms - future simple, perfect, continuous
Future simple vs simple past- using will, going to & present progressive
Future forms, Future continuous, future perfect
Gerunds & Infinitives
(some verbs are followed by gerund-ing form of verbs and others are followed by infinitive to + verb, others by both)
Gerund and infinitives - ing & to -quiz 1
Idioms - different types
Money idioms - flat, broke, go Dutch etc
Idioms Matching exercise - Common idioms
Many or Much
Using Many and Much
Modal Verbs - can, may, might, should etc.
Can, Can't , Could, Couldn't
Can't have and Must have
Can't and Must modals of probability & possibility
Must and Have to
Must, Mustn't and Needn't
Abstract Nouns test.
Compound nouns 1(also word formation)
Compound nouns 2(also word formation)
Partitives - Adjectives that describe a part ex. a piece of, a cup of
A piece of, a cup of, a loaf of - flash crossword
Passive & Past Participles
Past participle forms of verbs 1- crossword -
Passive : Asking about products using passives
Past Tenses : past simple, continuous, present perfect etc.
simple past vs. future tense
Present perfect tense vs simple past 1
Present perfect tense vs simple past 2
Past Continuous or progressive vs. past simple tense
Phrasal Verbs - Verbs with a preposition usually with an idiomatic meaning. Some are however easy to figure out like - sit down
Phrasal verbs 1 - missing preposition
Phrasal verbs 2 - Verb meaning
Phrasal verbs- verb to noun matching - collocation
Phrasal verbs and similar verbs matching
Business English phrasal verbs
Prefixes and Suffixes (affixes) & Word Formation
(Prefixes and suffixes help us form new words in English. We can make new words by adding an affix to change or modify the meaning for ex. weak = weakness). Also we can form words by joining two words for ex. Good + Looking = Good looking. These quizzes will give you more practice.
Adjectives from nouns using suffixes
Compound nouns 1
Compound nouns 2
Jobs word suffixes - teach - teacher
Jobs word formation with compound words- pop + singer = pop singer
Verb to noun suffixes - Add a suffix to make a noun
Verbs to adjectives- make adjectives from verbs
Prefix meaning - matching exercise
Prefix word base exercise 1
Prefix word base exercise 2
Prefix multiple choice exercise
Prepositions - Words like in, on under, by with
Assorted prepositions test
Prepositions multiple choice
Prepositions of place - in, on , under etc.
Verbs followed by prepositions
Adjectives followed by prepositions
Pronouns - Words that take the place of nouns
Pronouns - Choose the correct pronoun
Proverbs & Idioms
Proverbs and meaning matching exercise
How many or How much ?
Tag questions multiple choice
Question answer match
Relative Claus and relative pronouns
So and Such
Using so and such - gap fill
Verbs - A verb is an action or doing word in a sentence. It is the most important part of speech
Missing verbs gap fill flash exercise
Verbs gap fill exercise 1
Verbs gap fill exercise 2
Verbs and opposites 1
Verbs and opposites 2
Verbs and opposites 3
Verbs and opposites 4
Verb tenses quiz - Test your knowledge of English tenses
Books to download.
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Recommended reading for Parents.
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