Jan. 21, 2022
Your kids might be fond of stories during spare time or bedtime. You can always use stories to teach a concept and instill values to your children. A story is an opportunity to open learning horizons in both academics and personal development of your kids. Read more to learn how to make nouns "visible" for your kids in stories.
Dec. 30, 2021
At home, you might have rules for your children that can be set aside in special circumstances. For instance, suppose your kids are only allowed to play learning games for an hour; but whenever they perform well in their rehearsals, you reward them with an extra hour of playing. In grammar, there are also exceptions to the rules. Your kids are already acquainted with pluralizing nouns. Let's read further to be able to explain the concept of irregular plural noun to your children!
Dec. 24, 2021
We all know how children have a tendency to ask A LOT of questions. What is my body made of? Why is water so runny whereas a bowl so hard? Why is air invisible? If your kid bombards you with these questions and you wonder how you can explain these topics to your first grader, then this article on matter, its states and their properties will make the perfect companion to your lesson plan.
Dec. 23, 2021
When you and your kids leisurely walk in the campus, mall, park, and any other place you oftentimes visit, you can see different people, items, areas, or pets in varying numbers. There can be a single thing that stands out. At the same time, there can be similar things that are gathered all in the same place. With this scenario, you will use nouns to pertain to one person, thing, place, or animal and to point to two or more of them. You can introduce to your children the concept, singular and plural nouns.
Dec. 15, 2021
If you’re a parent looking to help your second-grader improve their academic record while adding some life to their language, then keep on reading! This series of short articles is your guide to teaching your kid about the magic of adjectives, their definition, features and importance.
Dec. 9, 2021
Your kids surely have a favorite person. They have a place in mind they think they want to go. Definitely, they have their mostly-used thing or item every time, and they might be fond of a pet animal or might be afraid of a specific animal. Talk about these with your kids, and write down their answers. After processing with them the interesting topics you have posted, it is the time you can introduce to them the word, noun. The names of a person, place, thing and animal are called nouns; their answers are examples of nouns.
Dec. 8, 2021
Learning grammar might be considered a dull activity by some. There are a number of ways to teach grammar: you may teach the rules outright and have a question-and-answer portion with your kids. They may retain the information for a short period of time, they might be distracted due to a short attention span, or they may not be interested at all. Kids Academy has created a wide range of worksheets to make learning grammar more appealing, delightful, and remarkable. In this way, the kids feel that they are not forced to learn something, rather they will learn at the right pace and with the right method and materials as they are beings that are into colors, puzzles, mazes, and other fun activities.
Dec. 3, 2021
Probably you asked yourself a question about what the verb is and how to explain it to your second grader. This article will help you to shed light upon the definition of the verb and its main properties.