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ESL links for kids

Here's a great list of ESL resources for primary aged kids.



ESL Active is a great site for language teachers and learners. It is described by it's creator, Tim Scargill, as: "a site with lots of free ESL teaching ideas and interactive games."

Check it out here:

Your students are going to love these dynamic little episodes on various subjects featuring kids their age. This site is brought to you by PBS Kids.

Check out the episodes index at:

You can never go wrong learning with the Bristish Council! Learn English Kids is filled with all types of activities to keep young children entertained while learning.

Kids World Fun is another terrific resource for anything from games to riddles to animated short stories to movie clips. Designed as a portal for teachers, this is a great starting point for young ESL learners.

Pumkin Online English Language (despite the mispelling Pumpkin) is a fine resource for animated interactive learning.

Check out the free resources here:

With interactive animations, fun games, great songs and lots of rewards, Reading Eggs is a great place to learn to read. Children are highly motivated to return again and again. At Reading Eggs, learning to read is enjoyable as well as very rewarding.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss! Here you will find resources to share with your students, news about special events and annual celebrations, and tips on how to incorporate Seuss books into your plans throughout the school year.


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