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It’s never too early to introduce your child to the English language. In fact, research shows there’s a narrow window of opportunity for kids to become fluent in a second language. Younger children are better able to reproduce sounds, acquire new words and learn the structures that make up a language, much better than older kids can. For this reason, it’s best to introduce your child to English as soon as possible, allowing them to achieve fluency quickly and easily.

The science behind storytelling

Why do we use stories to teach English? Kids learn best through stories, not tests or exercises. Studies show that stories create a sense of connection with the information kids learn, build trust with the storyteller, and interest children so they’re more open to learning. When a child is listening to a story in an English class, that story builds the neural pathways around the new grammar and vocabulary they’re learning. A good story can also teach many lessons and activate several parts of the brain at once, so kids learn more — almost without realizing it.

Why Online education?

Our one-on-one lessons take place online, allowing your child to interact with their teacher in real-time. They will be able to see their teacher, ask questions, play games and even practice writing. In an age where children are surrounded by technology and screens, we turn their screen time into a positive educational experience. Our innovative technology allows us to bring experienced, native-speaking teachers to you, so your child can build a strong foundation of English, in a caring and comfortable environment.

What makes a good English teacher?

It is not enough to have a native speaker teach your child English. To help them reach their full potential, a teacher should be certified and have experience teaching kids. We also believe that a caring teacher inspires kids to learn and builds their confidence. Our teachers are all highly trained professionals who know how to encourage kids to learn, assess their progress without tests and personalize lessons to best suit your child’s individual learning style.