Willow the puppy and Bill the King's guard
are here to take you to an epic English Language Journey!
Welcome to Seriously Cool English
Our amazing English learning journey!
Seriously Cool English has created a collection of easy to use, free educational and activities resources for an epic English adventure!
Phonemic awareness and language development
Starting in Early Years, children are taught phonics; the journey of learning to read, write and spell. These vital skills are the beginning of a lifelong literacy journey. Phonics, which may also be referred to as 'letters and sounds', is the process of children learning to read.
The process of learning to read and write begins from an early age, where children can learn and practise many skills. This can be done in a range of ways and settings, including home.
Exposing children to use different type of resources such as storybooks, audiobooks, songs, games, short activities, glove puppets, craft, cooking, facts, etc.
Culture is the fifth skill in addition to reading, writing, listening and speaking.
In Seriously English we try to make British culture "real" to our students. It makes learning English more fun for them.
Learning a new language like English at an early age can prove to be beneficial in the long run in various aspects of a child’s life.
This is the beginning of our extraordinary journey through the British Culture!.
Let's take a look at the United Kingdom
England is bordered by Scotland to the north and Wales to the West. England's bustling capital, London, was recently voted the second-most-visited city in the world with 20 million international visitors.
Rich in history and culture, England boasts some of the most famous writers, singers, scientists and sports personalities worldwide.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
What do you already know about The United Kingdom?
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (also referred to as the UK) is made up of four fascinating countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.