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How to Deal with Kids’ Errors – Tips for Teachers

Correcting kids’ errors is a delicate task. It is no doubt that to any good teacher, dealing with the errors of kids is a matter of serious consideration. This section of the KidsWorldFun’s post is bringing some of the tips to handle and deal with kids’ errors in learning. Continue reading

Raising Happy Children – Tips for Parents

“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity” Says Kay Redfield Jamison. Raising Happy Children is a big question before every parent. Thousands of ‘Hows’ will haunt you whenever your child shows a different gesture or use a talking style. Children are like blotting paper. They observe and imitate whatever they notice. So, it is important to treat them well. Here are some tips for raising happy children. Continue reading

How to teach English alphabet

The first step in writing skill development is the development of the manipulative skill of forming the alphabets. If you are looking for ways to teach your kids English Alphabets, here are some of the best ways to do it. Continue reading

How to develop English speaking skills

As you know language is primarily speech, and knowing a language is often defined as the ability to understand and speak the language. It has also been noted that the development of the other language skills, namely reading skill and writing skill would be comparatively easy if they are based on an oral foundation. Continue reading

Methods of Teaching Reading

Like other language skills, reading is also a complex skill involving number of simultaneous operations. The process of reading may be divided into three stages. The first stage may be called the “recognition stage” where the learner recognises a word or group of words. Difficulty at this stage will largely depend upon the difference between the script of the learner’s mother tongue and English. Continue reading