How to Engage Your Grandchildren with Fun Ways to Learn English
Did you know that sharing the English language with your grandchildren can be a fun, and interesting time?
Many people look at English in the wrong way.
They think it’s dry, boring, and compare it to eating vegetables: you don’t have to like ‘em, but ya gotta eat ‘em.
Well, this doesn’t have to be the case.
Making English Fun
Learning English can be a lot of fun; it all comes down to what you focus on.
There are so many funny and quirky things about the English language, once you start to look deeper into it, you’ll be hooked.
Some Quirky Facts About the English Language
For example, did you know that the ampersand (&) used to be the 27th letter of the alphabet?
Did you know that there are 10 different ways to pronounce the ‘ough’ spelling?
Were you aware that English is the most wide-spread language in the world? And, in fact if you can read, write and speak it you can live and work in nearly any corner of the world.
Sharing the Fun of English with Your Grandkids
We are all about sharing books and stories with your grandchildren.
Like you, we know how important it is to ensure that children learn to read and write properly.
With that in mind, why not share some of the lesser known facts about the English Language with them.
Check out Study, Learn, Succeed for more great ideas.