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Greg Crawford has been teaching young learners of English for 15 years and is the owner and principal of Aire English School, director of Fun Kids English, co-creator of Fun Kids Songs, author of Fun Phonics Readers and a member of Language Teaching Professionals.Greg is particularly interested in Young Learners, music for learning, using songs in the classroom, reading for children and phonics.

Halloween ‘Trick or Treat’ Box

We’re having our Halloween classes at the moment. Here’s a fun idea to use in your Halloween classes/parties. We call it the ‘Trick or Treat Box’.   Take a box. Cut 2 holes in the top and place something over the holes so you can’t see into the box (we’ve used sink hole covers that […]

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Click to listen to the podcast. Hi everybody, I hope you are doing well. In this post we don’t have much reading for you to do as it’s a podcast. As children’s teachers we all know and love Matt from Dream English. Well, Matt now has a Teaching Tips podcast and last week, Greg from […]

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School events can be a great additional component to an English School’s calendar for teachers, students and the school itself. These events can be a great opportunity for teachers and students to interact outside of the classroom, often helping to build better relationships. Additionally these events give our students the rare and invaluable opportunity  to […]

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If you missed part 1 of this article, you can read it here.    Continuing on from part 1 of ‘Starting a Children’s Reading Program’, ‘Benefits to Students & Schools’, in this entry I’ll be looking at what to look for in a good children’s reader.As many of you will know, there is an absolute sea […]

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Well that time of year is rapidly approaching again with the new school year due to start in March / April. This is a very good time for schools / teachers who don’t currently have a children’s reading program in their school, but would like to, to explore this opportunity further.   This is part […]

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Hello everybody and welcome to our Fun Kids English blog!   Thanks very much for checking out our first blog post for Language Teaching Professionals. Our goal with our posts is to provide you with hands-on, useful ideas and materials for teaching Young Learners of English that you can quickly and easily introduce into your […]

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