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1st Grade Vocabulary, what English words should your students know?

Some children read by the age of 4 and some by 9, both are within the normal range. Learning how to read involves complex processes. Before a child can read he or she must be able to recognize the letters of the alphabet, identify the sounds of the different letters and likewise comprehend what is being read.Our school system is designed in a way that after first grade the child must be able to read. Which 1st grade vocabulary should your students know?

2nd Grade Vocabulary

Here is a list of words your 2nd grade ESL student should know.

Compiled by K. Ali.

3rd Grade Vocabulary

If someone wants to learn a language, the best time is childhood. It is easy to train the mind of a child, if you are a teacher to the students of grade 3 or 4. Indeed, you can have a good influence on their spoken and written English skills.

To improve English, vocabulary is a very important part. Here is a list of words that you should teach your third grade students. This list has been compiled carefully, based on the experience of a teacher with children of 3rd grade.

Festival Season - A Great Way to Help Your Child Learn Christmas Vocabulary

Advice for Parents or Teachers, Teaching English

All children love Christmas for the same reasons - holidays, lots of fun, toys and good things to eat. However, as a parent,or a teacher, it is your duty to recognize that Christmas is a great time to enhance your child's vocabulary. There are numerous tips that you can use to improve your child's Xmas vocabulary.

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