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English for children

Course for children


The course is adapted for students of any level and divided into two different age categories: for 5-7 years old, 8-11 and 12-15 year old. The lesson is held using easy, fun and interactive methods, playing games, play-by-song method, which makes it easier for students to pick up a foreign language. Children have fun and manage to learn at the same time. Each student is actively involved in the process.

Students enrich their English vocabulary, talk about daily topics and do a variety of tasks. We are using special games and students manage to replenish and strengthen the vocabulary of English words through songs. Most importantly, lessons are accompanied by videos and audio materials, making projects, testing and fun games, which make the learning process much easier for the students.

General Information:

  • 5-7 years old, duration of each level : 12 weeks;
  • 8-11 years old, duration of each level : 18 weeks;
  • 12-15 years old, duration of each level : 18 weeks;
  • Duration of the lesson : 60 min
  • Number of students in each group: 7-8.

 

 

Course DescriptionRegistrationPrice List
5-7 years old

LEVEL 0

  • ABC;
  • Hello and Goodbye;
  • Colors;
  • Shapes;
  • Numbers;
  • Animals;
  • Food;
  • Weather;
  • Parts of the body;
  • Abilities;
  • Days of the week;

LEVEL 1

  • Things for school;
  • Colors and Shapes;
  • At the store;
  • Family members;
  • Happy Birthday;
  • How old are you?
  • Outdoors;
  • Food;
  • Animals;

LEVEL 2

  • At school;
  • My things;
  • Things I can do;
  • Occupations;
  • Things to eat;
  • My house;
  • Routines;
  • Doing things;

 


8-11 years old

LEVEL 1

  • ABC;
  • Numbers;
  • Colors;
  • Family members;
  • Days of the week;
  • Seasons;
  • Months of the year;
  • Shapes;
  • Weather;
  • Parts of the body;

 

Grammar

  • To be;
  • Article (a, an)
  • Plural forms;
  • Pronouns: I, you, he, she, it…
  • Demonstrative pronouns: this, that;
  • Possessive pronouns  (have got, has got)

LEVEL 2

  • School things;
  • Feelings;
  • Outdoor activities;
  • Food;
  • Cardinal Numbers;
  • Ordinal Numbers;
  • Daily routines;
  • Special days;
  • Time;
  • Places;
  • Weather;
  • Clothes;
  • Celebrations;
  • Getting ready;
  • Farm;
  • Animals;

 

Grammar

  • Demonstrative pronouns; (This, That)
  • Possessive pronouns; (Have got, Has got)
  • Modal verbs (Can);
  • Prepositions; (in, on, under ….)
  • Present simple; (Present Simple)
  • Present continuous; (Present Continuous)
  • Adjectives; (Adjective)
  • To be verb – past form ; (Was, were)

LEVEL 3

  • Countries;
  • Seasons;
  • Months;
  • Hobbies;
  • Describing places;
  • Animals;
  • Daily routine;
  • Places in town;
  • Food;
  • In the park;
  • In the museum;
  • Transport;

 

Grammar

  • Present simple 
  • Gerund 
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Present continuous
  • Prepositions
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Adjectives
  • Modal verbs 
  • Past simple 
  • Future form – be going to

LEVEL 4

  • Food;
  • Having Fun;
  • The dinosaur museum;
  • Sports time;
  • Directions;
  • In space;
  • At the airport;
  • Computer;
  • Places;
  • Illness;
  • Making smoothies;
  • Family;
  • Jobs;

 

Grammar

  • Present simple and Present continuous;
  • Past simple;
  • possessive Pronouns;
  • Have to/ had to;
  • Why/because;
  • Adjective;
  • Future simple;
  • Some/Any;
  • Present perfect;
  • Should/Shouldn’t;
  • Could/Couldn’t;
  • Object Pronouns;
  • Relative pronouns;
  • Past Continuous;

12-15 years old

Level 1

  • Introduction;
  • Countries / Nationalities;
  • Your world ;
  • Jobs;
  • Family;
  • Sport;
  • Food;
  • Language;
  • Adjectives;
  • The time;
  • Rooms and Furniture;
  • The weekend/ The holidays;
  • Free time;
  • Places in the city;
  • Colors;
  • Clothes;
  • Transport;
  • Future plans;

 

Grammar

  • Verb “To be “
  • Articles (a, an)
  • Plural forms;
  • Personal pronouns (I,you,he,she,it…)
  • Demonstrative pronouns (this,that)
  • Verb  “Have got / Has got”;
  • Modal verb “Can”;
  • Possessive pronouns; (my / your…)
  • The imperative;
  • Present simple tense;
  • Present continuous tense;
  • Prepositions of time and place;
  • “WH” questions

Level 2

  • Personal information;
  • Countries;
  • Family members;
  • Daily routine;
  • School subjects;
  • Clothes;
  • Places;
  • Wild animals;
  • Computing;
  • Sport and hobbies;
  • My house;

 

Grammar

  • Verbs : “Be” “Have got” “Can”;
  • Possessive pronouns;
  • Demonstrative pronouns;
  • The imperative ;
  • Future : be going to;
  • Modal verbs: “Must” “ Have to “ “ May”;
  • Present simple tense;
  • Present continuous tense;
  • Adjectives;
  • Past simple tense: “ was/were” “had” “could”
  • Past simple tense ; 
  • Future simple tense;
  • Comparatives;
  • Adjectives / Adverbs;
  • Linking words “ and” , “ but” , “or” , “because”;

Level 3

  • Sport and hobbies;
  • School subjects;
  • Feelings;
  • Landscapes;
  • Films and TV shows;
  • Weather;
  • Jobs;
  • Sightseeing;
  • Shops and services;
  • Crime and criminals;
  • Science;

 

Grammar

  • Articles;
  • Present simple tense;
  • Present continuous tense;
  • Past simple tense;
  • Past continuous tense;
  • Modal verbs : “ Must” , “ Have to “ , “ Need”;
  • Comparative and Superlative adjectives;
  • Conditional sentences;
  • Quantifiers “Many/Much”, “A lot of”, “Some/Few” “No”;
  • Present perfect tense;
  • Reported speech; 
  • The Passive voice;

Level 4

  • Holidays;
  • Ages and Stages;
  • Activity and Sport;
  • Body parts;
  • Medicine;
  • Injuries;
  • House and Home;
  • Computing;
  • Personal qualities;
  • Art;
  • Phone calls;
  • Phrasal verbs;
  • Travel and transport;

 

Grammar

  • Articles;
  • Review of Present Tenses; (Present simple / Present continuous / Present perfect)
  • Review of Past Tenses ; (Past simple / Past continuous )
  • Past Perfect Tense ;
  • Future tense; (Will / Going to)
  • Present Perfect simple / Continuous;
  • Future Perfect simple / Continuous;
  • Relative clauses;
  • Participle clauses;
  • Modal Verbs; (Must/ Have to/ Can/ Should / May / Might)
  • Comparative and Superlative adjectives;
  • Conditional sentences;
  • Quantifiers;
  • Reported speech;
  • The Passive;

Level 5 

  • Friends;
  • Personality;
  • Feelings;
  • Gestures and expressions;
  • Human sounds;
  • Holidays;
  • Describing places;
  • Relating to people;
  • Food science;
  • Health;
  • Truth and lies;
  • Protest;
  • Political issues;
  • Shopping;

 

Grammar

  • Present and future tenses;
  • Past tenses;
  • Past perfect simple and Past perfect continuous;
  • Used to and would;
  • Comparison ;
  • Verb patterns;
  • Modals : Present and Future;
  • Modals in the past;
  • Future tenses;
  • Future time clauses;
  • Negative structures;
  • Articles and quantifiers;
  • The passive;
  • Reported speech;
  • Reporting verbs;
  • Conditionals ;
  • Mixed conditionals;
  • Participle clauses;

 


Additional activities:

Role playing exercises, interviews, videos and fun games will be used at all levels. After completing each level you have testing and upon successful completion of all four levels, a certificate will be issued.

 

  • In a group – 125 Gel (12 lessons)
  • Individually – 25 Gel (1 lesson)
  • Prices do not include VAT

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