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English for Kids

Course Overview

The course is designed to make learning an adventure. Kids will not only learn just the English language, they'll also be able to express themselves with confidence that goes beyond their language skills. The classes focus on practical skills and interactive exercises. Each module is brought to life with activities, team projects, and high-quality materials based on real-world topics that children are really interested in. The outcome is geared toward kids feeling more confident in class and having more time to work on their speaking skills during class time with their teacher and classmates. A love of learning English that will last a lifetime.

16 Available Levels
A0-C2 CEFR Level

Eggs 1

Equals to CEFR level A0

Learning Goals

A child can distinguish, write and sound out letters from A –Z. Describe shapes, colors, feelings. Count from 1-10. Name and introduce family members, animals, fruits, jobs and everyday things around me. Talk about things I like. Talk about things I can and can’t do. Name body parts.

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Count from numbers 1-5. Comprehend the word “my”. Recognize letter a-b. Identify colors. Identify and use “a”. Identify people.

Recognize and speak about shapes. Comprehend and speak about ‘I like’. Count from numbers 1-6. Identify emotions. Recognize and write letters ‘e’ and ‘f’.

Count from numbers 1-5 . Recognize letter sounds c and d. Comprehend and use ‘a’ and ‘its’. Identify colors. Comprehend and use ‘in’.

Recognize and differentiate letter sounds a, b, c, d, e and f. Read and recognize sight words: see, the, on, this, is, in, at, It, my.

Eggs 2

Equals to CEFR level A0

Learning Goals

A child can distinguish, write and sound out letters from A –Z. Describe shapes, colors, feelings. Count from 1-10. Name and introduce family members, animals, fruits, jobs and everyday things around me. Talk about things I like. Talk about things I can and can’t do. Name body parts.

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Recognize letter sounds a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w x, y, and z. Identify some vocabularies that are related to the letters’ sounds.

Talk about family. Recognize the letter sounds a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w x, y, and z. Match the capital letter and the lower case letter. Recognize sight words: cot, cat, cup, cap. Perform sound blending c.

Identify everyday items. Comprehend possessive form and capitalization. Count numbers 1-20. Recognize the letter sounds ‘r’,’h’,’b’, and ‘e’,’u’.

Identify food. Indentify colors. Speak about food using conjunction ‘and’. Comprehend and use ‘like’ and ‘don’t like’.

Young Caterpillar 1

Equals to CEFR level Pre A1

Learning Goals

A child can understand simple sentences, respond to simple questions, follow very short stories in simple language, understand and follow simple instructions, understand some very simple descriptions of everyday objects, spell names of simple words, understand some very short conversations, and count from 1-50.

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Practice simple greetings. Spell out names. Determine and recognize boys, girls, man, and woman. Use personal pronouns. Review phonics ‘a’ and ‘b’. Count from 1-5. Read and write sight words.

Identify and recognize demonstrative pronouns. Ask and answer questions about school objects. Use possessive pronouns ‘hers’, ‘his’, ‘yours’, and ‘mine’. Identify common parts of a school. Review phonics ‘e’ and ‘f’. Recognize and count numbers 1-15. Read and write sight words.

Ask and answer ‘How are you’. Respond to simple greetings. Mime common action words in the classroom. Use demonstrative pronouns ‘this’ and ‘these’. Identify common classroom objects. Review phonics ‘c’ and ‘d’. Recognize and count numbers 1-10. Read and write sight words.

Ask and answer yes/no questions. Respond to simple greetings. Use prepositions of place to locate objects. Identify common bedroom objects. Review phonics ‘g’ and ‘h’. Recognize and count numbers 1-20. Read and write sight words.

Young Caterpillar 2

Equals to CEFR level Pre A1

Learning Goals

A child can understand simple sentences, respond to simple questions, follow very short stories in simple language, understand and follow simple instructions, understand some very simple descriptions of everyday objects, spell names of simple words, understand some very short conversations, and count from 1-50.

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Identify commons types of animals in the zoo. Identify the colors and parts of different animals. Identify what food most animals eat. Describe where animals are located. Identify and recognize common sounds of animals. Talk about do’s and don’ts’ in the zoo. Recognize and count numbers from 1-15. Read and write sight words.

Practice simple greetings. Use present continuous tense to talk about activities. Identify the plural noun for : child, man, woman, person. Talk about preferences using ‘I’d like to’ and “I don’t like to”. Ask and answer questions about possessions. Recognize and count numbers from 1-30. Read and write sight words.

Practice simple greetings. Identify objects on the beach. Identify and recognize beach activities using verb-ing. Use like and I don’t like to talk about beach activities. Ask and answer questions about possesions. Recognize and count numbers from 1-30. Read and write sight words.

Respond to simple greetings. Ask and answer questions about possessions. Show abilities using ‘can’ and ‘can’t’. Identify and recognize colors, toys and games. Review phonics ‘k’ and ‘l’. Recognize and count numbers 1-30. Read and write sight words.

Caterpillar 1

Equals to CEFR level A1

Learning Goals

A child can agree and disagree with someone, ask someone how they are and what they like doing, and answer similar questions, give simple descriptions of objects, pictures and actions, answer questions about school activities, understand simple written sentences, write simple sentences giving personal details, understand simple stories with the help of pictures, write short sentences about what they like or dislike, understand simple signs and notices, tell a very simple story with the help of pictures.

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Classify first name, middle name and last name. Say and spell their names. Give detailed introduction of oneself. Determine main points or general information presented in the listening activities.

Identify family members. Use subject pronouns and affirmative sentences to identify family members. Ask and say about family members using have got. Describe family members using simple adjectives. Compare family members using comparative adjectives.

Use the verb be with he, she, this, these. Talk about things you take to class using a / an. Identify classroom objects. Talk about things and places in the classroom. Ask about things using this or these. Ask where things are in the classroom. Say who owns things using ‘s and s’.

Identify different parts of the house. Ask and give information about one’s house. Talk about household activities. Make statements and questions using there is and there are. Tell where objects in the house belong to.

Caterpillar 2

Equals to CEFR level A1

Learning Goals

A child can agree and disagree with someone, ask someone how they are and what they like doing, and answer similar questions, give simple descriptions of objects, pictures and actions, answer questions about school activities, understand simple written sentences, write simple sentences giving personal details, understand simple stories with the help of pictures, write short sentences about what they like or dislike, understand simple signs and notices, tell a very simple story with the help of pictures.

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Identify continents and countries. Ask and give information about places. Talk about country of origin and nationalities. Talk about hopes using would like and infinitives.

Identify different places around the town. Ask and give directions using prepositions of place. Talk about the things we do in different places around town. Use past simple to talk about places you’ve been to.

Identify common types of stores. Name items you can buy from the stores. Ask and offer help when buying at the store. Can ask and give information about the price

Identify different kinds of activities. Use regular and irregular verbs to talk about past experiences. Talk about vacation and summer activities. Ask and answer yes-no questions using Did. Use adjectives to talk about past activities.

Pupa 1

Equals to CEFR level A2

Learning Goals

A child can understand instructions given in more than one sentence, understand simple conversations on everyday topics, ask basic questions about everyday topics, talk briefly about things they have done, understand short texts, even if they do not know every word, understand simple written descriptions, write simple descriptions of objects and people, link sentences with connectors (and, because, then), write short simple stories using pictures, and tell a story using pictures or their own ideas.

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Classify subjects at school. Talk about favorite subjects at school. Tell the time and talk about activities at school. Use statements with be, present simple and possessives adjectives to ask and give personal information. Practice long vowel sounds through minimal pairs.

Identify many kinds of food. Identify countable and uncountable nouns. Use sense verbs to talk about food. Discuss ingredients in the food people eat. Use determiners to express quantity of food. Talk about healthy diet using a healthy plate. Use should and shouldn’t to talk about healthy eating habits. Practice pronunciation of long vowel sounds through minimal pairs.

Identify family members. Use affirmative and negative sentences to talk about family members. Describe family activities and chores at home. Use possessive pronouns to refer to things and people. Use adjectives to describe family member’s appearance. Practice pronunciation of minimal pairs /b/ and /p/.

Identify and distinguish different kinds of feelings. Identify the reasons of having certain feelings. Use modal auxiliary: have to, should/ought to, must, mustn’t to talk about prohibitions. Use ‘so that’ and ‘such that’ in sentences. Give advice using should and shouldn’t. Identify the zones of regulations for feelings. Apply the use of articles in a sentence. Practice pronunciation of /t/ and /d/ through minimal pairs.

Pupa 2

Equals to CEFR level A2

Learning Goals

A child can understand instructions given in more than one sentence, understand simple conversations on everyday topics, ask basic questions about everyday topics, talk briefly about things they have done, understand short texts, even if they do not know every word, understand simple written descriptions, write simple descriptions of objects and people, link sentences with connectors (and, because, then), write short simple stories using pictures, and tell a story using pictures or their own ideas.

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Identify and distinguish natural wonders. Identify landscapes and their natural features. Use comparatives to describe places. Apply 5w1h-questions in past forms to talk about past events. Identify natural disasters. Discover earthquake plans. Practice pronouncing words through minimal pairs /ch/ and /t/.

Identify different planets in the solar system. Identify objects connected found in the cosmos. Use present continuous tense to talk about activities in the past. Use superlative adjectives to compare objects in the solar system. Practice pronunciation of /s/ and /sh/ through minimal pairs.

Identify countries and nationalities. Ask and give information about holidays. Discuss different kinds of international dishes. Using simple past tense to talk about past experiences. Use possessive pronouns. Practice pronunciation of /s/ and /th/ through minimal pairs.

Identify different kinds of weather and season. Identify activities during different seasons. Use will, won’t and first conditional to talk about the future. Describe some clothes that people wear during different weather. Identify instruments people use to measure the weather. Practice pronunciation of /w/ and /r/ through minimal pairs.

Butterfly 1

Equals to CEFR level B1

Learning Goals

A child can understand the main point of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst traveling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected texts on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Enumerate different places in the city. Discuss various types of houses. Classify the function of places. Give directions using appropriate phrases. Describe and discuss characteristics of different places. Share personal experiences using present perfect tense. Distinguish different phonic sound of /th/.

Discuss various types of food taste and texture. Explain various cooking terminologies. Generate food recipe using the appropriate terminologies. Construct WH questions using the given keyword. Compose comparative and superlative adjective sentences related to food and cooking. Distinguish different phonic sounds.

Explain various movie terminologies. Distinguish different movie genres. Outline some examples of film-making process. Modify an active sentence into a passive sentence. Construct passive sentences related to movies. Generate a simple story using visual aids. Distinguish sounds of /g/ and /d/ through minimal pairs.

Define various types of musical instruments. Distinguish the use of each musical instrument. Categorize the music player into then and now. Define various types of music genre. Analyze the current phenomenon regarding music. Generate a simple story using visual aids. Use adjective with preposition to talk about music. Implement the use of adverb phrase in a sentence. Distinguish different phonic sounds.

Butterfly 2

Equals to CEFR level B1

Learning Goals

A child can understand the main point of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst traveling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected texts on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

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Identify celebrations and festivals around the world. Use ‘the best + that’ to describe holidays. Apply ‘either…or’ to give options. Use a variety of extreme adjectives to describe big events. Read and plan a festival. Differentiate each use of phrasal verbs ‘take’ and form sentences. Practice word syllable stress between nouns and verbs.

Identify various environmental problems. Discuss about cause and effect of environmental issues. Express ideal or desired situations with ‘should’. Explore how people could save the environment using ‘if I were you’. Read and discuss breakthroughs that help solve environmental issues. Recognize words that rhyme.

Identify various types of amusement park rides. Talk about things which we want but which are not possible in the present moment using ‘wish’. Make strong suggestions with ‘must’. Read and discuss about theme parks and amusement parks. Discuss and form sentences using idiomatic expressions. Practice tongue twister for /s/ and /sh/ sounds”.

Distinguish the meaning of habit and routine. Identify various daily routines. Compose personal daily planner. Use the appropriate verbs to describe daily routines. Implement the use of linking adverbs: furthermore, therefore, otherwise to connect two sentences or clauses about habit and routine. Identify the difference between good and bad habit. Use adverbs of probability to talk about habit and routine. Recognize various habit idiomatic expressions. Recognize commonly mispronounced words.

Butterfly 3

Equals to CEFR level B2

Learning Goals

A child can understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics including technical discussions in his or her field of specialization. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

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Identify different gym equipment. List facts about health and fitness. Use ‘it’ as an object to represent something. Summarize the benefits of being active. Understand some common idiomatic expressions. Recognize and use adjective phrases in sentences. Practice tongue twister to improve speech and diction.

Identify and differentiate kinds of internet devices. Read and discuss about computer addiction. Use present perfect to talk about something that has been done. Identify and apply phrasal verbs in sentences. Use idiomatic expressions in everyday language. Form nominal clauses with ‘that’ to state focus in a sentence. Practice pronouncing and differentiating homophones.

Identify famous inventions in the world. Used connecting words to talk about technology. List and talk about how technology are used. Use simple past passive in the sentences. Create a patented invention. Practice pronunciation through minimal pairs : /tʃ/ and /dʒ/.

Identify different cleaning tools. List and identify common household chores. Use Past Perfect Tense to talk about household activities. Use ‘get’ + object + ‘to’-infinitive to persuade someone or something to do something. Discuss whether household chores should be done by kids. Respond to questions about your tasks at home. Practice tongue twister to improve speech and diction.

Butterfly 4

Equals to CEFR level B2

Learning Goals

A child can understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics including technical discussions in his or her field of specialization. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

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Identify different objects in space. List the name of each zodiac constellation. Conduct a discussion about space exploration. Use ‘be’ + ‘obvious/sure/likely/certain’ followed by a ‘that’-clause to express opinions. Discuss facts about space. Use pronoun or noun + ‘be’ + adjective + ‘to’ + infinitive to describe people and things. Discuss some common idiomatic expressions. Practice pronunciation skills using a tongue twister.

List vocabulary words related to traffic. Conduct a discussion about traffic jam. Assemble question forms in the present perfect tense. Recognize the importance of traffic signs. Analyze the cause of road accidents. Differentiate yes/no, wh-, and negative question forms in the simple past tense. Use given set of pictures to create own story. Identify long and short vowel ‘o’ sound.

Identify words to describe the weather. Illustrate the weather using relative clause. Conduct a discussion about climate change. Utilize must + ‘all’, ‘never’, ‘strongly’, ‘first’ to express necessity of climate action. Experiment how various kinds of precipitation occur. Use phrasal verb to talk about weather. Distinguish whether the highlighted words are the same and pronounce them correctly.

Distinguish endangered, extinct, and vulnerable animals. Discover ways to save animals. Discuss about animal abuse activities. Apply simple subordinating conjunctions to describe how plastics endanger animals and ways to help them. Recognize the down sides of fur trades. Make complex noun phrases using adjective phrases as postmodifiers to describe an animal that has gone extinct. Identify silent letters through pronunciation activity.

Fly High 1

Equals to CEFR level C1

Learning Goals

A child can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning. Can explain himself or herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce, clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

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Define etiquette and manners. Recognize cultural manner matters. Use vocabularies related to the topic. Employ polite phrases to make polite requests in different situations. Evaluate rules of etiquette one wants to change with the use of linking words. Appraise sentences and identify the misplaced modifiers. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the concept of predicting the future. Comprehend the listening activity through the talk about “Will robots take our jobs?”. Express one’s prediction on different aspects of life. State synonymous and antonymous words related to the topic. Figure the different uses of will and would in sentences. Discuss the prediction of future outcomes and what objects might exist in the future. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the concept of education. Comprehend the listening activity through the talk about “Poverty and Education”. Recognize the types of education and appraise the merits and demerits. State synonymous and antonymous words related to the topic. Construct sentences with correct capitalization. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Define the what Fear Food is. Test listening and comprehension through the talk about food. Employ partitives in examples. Restate different ways of how food is cooked. Express one’s idea of food superstitions. Figure the different quantifiers and their purpose and rules. Discuss Cibophobia and the 13 food phobias that exist. Define idiomatic expressions using context clues.

Fly High 2

Equals to CEFR level C1

Learning Goals

A child can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning. Can explain himself or herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce, clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

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Define what hierarchy of needs means. Explain what the hierarchy of needs consists of. Explore the shifting perception of how society views needs in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Enumerate their necessities in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic based on the hierarchy of needs. Breakdown how one fulfills/passes through one need after another. Employ types of word formation to name the many ways one can fulfill their needs. Discuss relevant points on hierarchy of needs with regard to its application in real life.

Define what fake news means. Explain what constitutes as fake news. Explore how dangerous the implication of fake news could be. Infer relevant information from the provided text. Employ discourse markers correctly and properly to explain how fake news is spread. Discuss relevant issues on fake news based on daily basis observation.

Fly High 3

Equals to CEFR level C2

Learning Goals

A child can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning. Can explain himself or herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce, clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

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Discuss quotations about driving. Define anger and road rage. Justify a stand on a driving-related issue. Complete sentence with useful expressions related to anger. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Determine the positive side anger and the ways to manage it. Recognize and discuss various road symbol signals. Give directions following proper grammatical structures. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Compare and contrast the situation from before and the present. Define what sustainable development is. Justify a stand on sustainability-related issue. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Recognize the goals and the essential pillars of sustainability. Rank and discuss global problems. Use modals to talk about initiatives to aid achieving sustainability. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

Discuss vocabulary related to the mind and mental health. Define what mental health is. Distinguish facts from hoaxes in mental-related issues. Use expressions containing the word mind to complete sentences. Define vocabulary from an audio using context clues. Recognize the importance, challenges and responses to mental health.Ask specific questions about mental health related topics. Identify and correct errors found in sentences.

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