English for Kids
English for kids that want to improve their speaking skills.
Scene 1: In the classroom 0:10
Good morning. Good morning, everyone. How are you? Fine, thanks. How are you? Great! Come in, please. Nice to meet you. My name is Kate. Nice to meet you, too. Sit down, please. Thank you.
Scene 2: In the hall, outside the music room 0:45
Singing ♪ Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? I’m fine (x2). I’m fine, thank you.
This is the music room. Wow! They are good. La la la la la. Ha ha ha ha ha.
Scene 3: In the hall and in the library 1:05
That’s the school library.
Wow! Many books. Good afternoon, everyone. Good afternoon, Mr. Kim. My name is Kate. How are you? I’m great. Nice to meet you Kate.
Scene 4: At Sally’s house 1:42
Hello. Hello, Sally. What’s this? It’s a book. What’s that? Ha ha. It’s a box. Wow! Wow! What’s that? It’s a pencil. Thank you. Your welcome. Wow! Pizza.
Scene 5: In the dojo 2:51
Look they do Taekwondo. Wow! Who is he? He is my taekwondo teacher. Who is she? She is my friend. She is wonderful.
Scene 6: At a concert 3:19
♪ La la la la la la la..
Wow! Who is she? I don’t know. Mike, is she your mom? Yes, she’s my mom.
Scene 7: At school 3:45
Let’s sing a song together. Great! I can’t sing. La la la la la…
Scene 8: Walking bikes 4:04
What time do you get up? I get up at 6. I go to school at 7:30. Wow! You’re an early bird. Thank you. Look it’s a new bike. What a nice bike. Yes, it’s very nice. Whose bike is this? It’s Mike’s. Mike, is this your bike? Yes, it’s mine. Wow! You have a nice bike. Thanks.
Scene 9: At school 4:55
What’s that? My birthday invitation. A swimming party? Nice! Let’s go to a swimming party. Can you swim? Yes, I can. Can you swim? No, I can’t.
Scene 10: At the party 5:28
Welcome everyone. Happy birthday. This is for you. Thank you!
Can you jump? Yes, I can. Can you jump? No, I can’t. Look! I can dance.
English for Kids: Question Time
How are you?
Who is he?
Who is she?
What time do you get up?
Can you swim?
Can you jump?
Scene 11: A talking bird 6:20
Hello (x3). Wow! A talking bird. How old are you? I’m 5 (x3). Wow! He’s cute.
Scene 12: At an amusement park (Ferris wheel) 6:45
Wow! How old are you? I’m 5 years old. Oh I’m sorry. Oh, my big sister is 8. Is she okay?
Scene 13: At school 7:15
I like Mr. Smith. Me too. Do you like baseball? No, I don’t. I like soccer. Me too. Let’s play soccer. Good. Let’s go. Okay.
Scene 14: On the soccer field 7:50
Mike, let’s play soccer. Sorry, I can’t. Okay. Arhhhhh. I’m sorry. It’s okay. Mr. Smith. Hello, everyone. I like soccer too.
Scene 15: Food
Wow. Gimuchi. Do you like cheese? Do you like ham?
English for Kids: Question Time
How old are you?
Is she okay?
Do you like baseball?
Do you like cheese?
Look at this.
Some kids just love ___________.
Do you have to ___________ first?
Questions a 5-year Old Should Understand
If your child is about 5 years old, they should be able to use questions in most of the following ways:
- Answers a variety of questions, including “yes/no”, “what”, “who”, “where”, “why”, “how”, “when”, and “how many” (as long as there are only a few items/things)
- Ask “what”, “where”, “when”, “how”, “whose” and one-word “why” questions
- Ask “is” questions (like “What is this?” and “Is she crying?”)
A 5-year old child should have an understanding of most of the following concepts:
- Understand comparative and superlative adjectives, such as “big”, “bigger”, and “biggest”
- Understand time concepts like yesterday, today, tomorrow, first, then, next, days of the week, last week, next week, etc.
- They should understands the words different, nearest, through, thin, whole, etc.
- They should be able to identify positional concepts like first, middle, and last
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