Best Websites for Kids to Learn English

ELSA app –

ELSA coaches you to speak English with American pronunciation. Powered by award-winning speech recognition technology, ELSA figures out where your pronunciation mistakes are and shows you how to improve.

-Sabrina Devitt, Senior Academic Manager-

CK 12 –

ck12CK12 features subject-specific (English, Maths and Science) resources; including textbooks, videos, exercises and flashcards. These are great for practicing core content independently.

-Tim Odell, English teacher-

TedEd –

ted edWithin TED-Ed’s growing library of lessons, you can find many useful educational videos that can be filtered by levels and topics. TedEd’s suggestions and discussions are also really engaging.

-Jerich Abon, Climber teacher –

Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop Youtube Series

Tim’s Pronunciation Workshop contains a series of YouTube videos about spoken English, which is really good for pronouncing common phrases. This is a very useful learning resource for students to become better listeners and more fluent speakers.

-Daniel Byer, Curriculum Developer- has tons of interesting articles and videos about a wide variety of topics. These are broken into broad categories to make searching for articles easy.

-Trung Pham, Foundation teacher-

Tiny Cards by Duolingo –

Duolingo offers a wide array of language-learning courses with a lot of vocabulary flash cards. This site is extremely good at building second language vocabulary. Its unique features and clear structure make it a compelling platform for learning or strengthening skills in the language of your choice.

-Thu Truong, Foundation teacher-

Learn and Diagram on Quizlet –

Quizlet is a web-database of over 400 million flashcards and quiz sets created by students, for students. You can find many useful sets using pre-made lists, or you can customize your own.

-Kara Michelsen, Climber teacher-

British Council’s Learning English –

This is definitely an engaging app designed to practice all English skills. It offers various games based on videos that fall under these categories: testing understanding, spelling and speaking skills.

-Kim Hong Ngoc, Basecamp teacher-

NewsELA –

Newsela is a free online news-as-literacy platform that provides reading materials based on non-fiction texts. It’s easy to find suitable articles because they’re available at a variety of reading levels. The content is updated daily, with stories from a wide range of sources.

-Linh Nguyen, VIP teacher-

Reading Eggs –

British Council Reading Eggs is a comprehensive online reading program designed to hone students’ reading skills with hundreds of online reading games and activities, phonics games, books and other reading practice.

-Chau Bui, Basecamp teacher-

Let us help

E2 wants to provide that environment for students with our English Language Arts program. The program aims to take students who already have basic conversational English to the next level by enhancing and deepening their academic knowledge. With this course, we hope that we can empower Vietnamese students to be more confident to overcome challenges of overseas study and become more open, confident and independent.


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