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Early language learning activities for Kids

These English language word play activities for preschool kids are designed to be fun and help children learn word meanings, grammar, antonyms, sentence construction, tenses, and much more… Explore our range of pre-school children's activities such as online children's puzzles, find the right word or opposites. Activities that are sure to make any preschooler’s day...

Odd One Out

Which word does not fit in? Car, Scooter, Bicycle, Teapot. The answer is "Teapot", because the rest are vehicles. Teapot is the odd one out. That's what you need to pick out. We'll give you four options. Find the odd one out. Ready to Play...

 

Find the Antonym

Let's play opposites! Good-Bad, Happy-Sad, Up-Down: these are all opposites. We'll give you a word. Then we'll give you four word-meanings. Three of the meanings express similar moods as the first word. But one of them is an antonym. It means just the opposite. Click on the word that is the antonym or the opposite. Ready to Play...

 

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Don't Get Tense

I will play. I have played. I am playing. Tenses form the backbone of any language. They help you find out whether you are in the past, present or future. Click on the right word to fill in the blanks and get, set and go. Ready to Play...

 

Childhood Rhymes

Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, I'm a Little Teapot: remember these nursery rhymes? Why don't you refresh your memory by seeing if you can still remember them. Fill in the missing words and complete the rhyme.   Ready to Play...

 

Grammar Activity for Children - 2

Do you know your parts of speech? In a sentence, different words do different work. In a sentence like "The brown cat sat down." 'the' is an article, 'brown' is an adjective, 'cat' is a noun' and 'sat' is a verb. Here's a fun activity to figure out nouns, verbs, adverbs, and so on. Play and learn. Ready to Play...

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Grammar Activity for Children - 1

Do you know your parts of speech? In a sentence, different words do different work. In a sentence like "The brown cat sat down." 'the' is an article, 'brown' is an adjective, 'cat' is a noun' and 'sat' is a verb. Here's a fun activity to figure out nouns, verbs, adverbs, and so on. Play and learn. Ready to Play...

 

Find the right meaning

What's the good word? You can only use words if you know their meanings. We'll give you a word, followed by five possible meanings. Choose the one you think is closest to the meaning of the word. 

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Find the right word to fit the sentence

Fill in the blanks and see these sentences come alive. We'll give you a sentence with a missing word, and five words to choose from. Select the one that you think fits into the sentence best.

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Discover Sounds (Preschoolers)

An on-line activity for preschoolers that helps them explore alphabets through sounds. As your child speaks out the name of the animal, make her click on the alphabet that goes with its sound.   Ready to Play...

 

Identify the Objects (Preschoolers)

See the picture, speak out the name of the object aloud and then pick the word from the four options presented. Ready to Play...

 
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