[column] Helen Doron English has unique learning materials for teaching reading and writing which combine structured phonics and free reading techniques. Teaching reading and writing will vary from country to country; the age to begin will depend on common practices in your country.
Polly Reads and Writes is a new and unique course that includes both in-class and at-home learning materials. Suitable for beginning students or students who have completed Fun with Flupe or More Fun with Flupe, children learn to speak, read and write English with confidence as they follow the adventures of Polly the Collie, Nat the Cat, Roy the Boy and Pearl the Girl.
In-class instruction is complemented by a downloadable reading app with 32 interactive books divided into 8 levels which advance as the child progresses and learns. The app allows the child to work independently outside of the classroom, practising important language learning skills. Each shelf of 4 interactive books corresponds to one book to reinforce reading and to teach writing. Children complete the course with a wonderful amount of knowledge.
Polly Reads and Writes
Jump with Joey, for beginner students ages 6-9 can also be taught following the Fun with Flupe series. This delightful course includes a 12-episode animated series that follows the adventures of Paul Ward and his friend Millie who help Kangi and her mischievous son Joey solve problems in Storyville. While studying English kids also learn important values about friendship and protecting the environment.
Students learn English through 25 songs and loads of games and activities both in the classroom and at home. Jump with Joey is the very first English course to use augmented reality technology. Kids’ English learning experience is enriched as the Jump with Joey characters come to life in their magic activity books, complementing the all-important home hearing segment of the Helen Doron English methodology.
Students taking More Jump with Joey continue to follow the lively adventures of Paul, Millie, Kangi and Joey as they solve problems in Storyville. This course is a continuation to Jump with Joey and kids will love watching English come alive through magic activity books. Students learn English through 25 songs and loads of fun learning activities and games.
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Magical Activity Books with 3D Technology [videoembed url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl5r7cJNGHI&list=UU4epGa_2g4SDrwSxi9KutRg&feature=share&index=3″ width=”388″ height=”237″]
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Play On In English is an advanced course for children who have had several years of Helen Doron English courses. Play On is a follow-up to More English for All Children. With Play On In English, children learn over 1000 words, 18 funky songs, and practice composing their own sentences and improving their pronunciation. The course includes original stories, songs and games. Play On In English also enriches general knowledge and teaches fascinating facts about nature.
Play On In English Learning Set
Kids love the adventures of Botty, the robot, Danny, Cornilia and Helen on an imaginary television recording set. The Botty the Robot course teaches spoken English together with the basics of reading and writing. A strong emphasis is placed on the phonic approach. In this course, reading and writing are brought to life using colour-coded phonic flashcards, colourful workbooks, and a multitude of classroom games and activities. A comedic story-line with original songs is threaded throughout the course.
[column] Botty the Robot is taught as a beginning course or as a follow-up course to the English for All Children series with a focus on spoken English and also reading and writing skills.
The course teaches 1400 words, basic reading and writing skills, basic grammatical structures of English, and includes 12 delightful songs.
Botty the Robot Learning Set
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Kids enjoy following clever, young Paul Ward and his friends as they learn about the world around them. The mysterious Camilla is always disappearing. Original songs and activities keep kids engaged and enjoying Paul Ward’s adventures at home, school, shopping in town, at the zoo and on vacation.
Paul Ward’s World Learning Set
Paul Ward’s World is for students who have a good foundation in reading English and a basic knowledge of spoken English. It can be taught to new students 11 years old or as a follow-up to Botty the Robot.
The course teaches about 1700 English words.
Paul Ward and the Treasure creates a colourful, musical, multi-sensory celebration of learning that makes a life-long impression on students. The course includes fun activities in English and 8 new songs.
In Paul Ward and the Treasure children learn over 2000 words and the English grammatical structures required to achieve level A1 of the Common European Framework.
Paul Ward and the Treasure Learning Set