It is developed specifically for young children who may or may not be reading yet. It consists of more pictures than text. Music videos and interactive activities work alongside the lessons to help aid comprehension.
To use the basic greeting and farewell expressions in small conversations
To recognize the colors
To identify the animals
To identify food vocabulary
To count from 1-10, 11-20, 21-50, and 51-100
To identify, pronounce, and spell out
To identify the family members
To identify the parts of the body
To identify the clothing items
To identify the days of the week
To identify the months of the year
To identify the seasons of the year
To identify the furniture in my bedroom
To identify the words referred to leisure activities
It is developed for elementary children who can read. It consists of lessons including both pictures and text. However, lesson vocabulary and phrases are introduced in small chunks throughout the lessons, so they are easy to remember. We encourage young learners to try the phrases out while learning pronunciation, vocabulary, and basic conversational phrases through fun activities and games.
To identify and use the basic greeting and farewell expressions
To express feelings and emotion
To identify and use the basic classroom instructions
To make short descriptions using the mixed colors
To count from 51-100/500
To say complete dates using the months of the year
To identify the animals
To use the food vocabulary to say what they have for breakfast, lunch, & dinner
To describe people
To identify the parts of the body and body aches
To describe how people feel
To describe the family members and relatives
To say what they wear during each season of the year
To place where is the house furniture using the prepositions of place
To identify the sports & hobbies
It is developed for elementary children who can read and have a previous and solid knowledge of basic vocabulary. It includes more advanced vocabulary and phrases introduced in small-sized chunks throughout the lessons. Young learners are encouraged to try the phrases out while learning pronunciation, more vocabulary, basic grammar, and conversational phrases through fun activities and games.
To use the greeting and farewell expressions in small conversations and texts, while introducing himself or herself.
To use the moods & feelings in small conversations and texts, using yo estoy, él está + adjetivos, and me siento, él se siente + adjetivos
To use the classroom instructions on a daily basis
To describe their daily routines using the vocabulary related to the chores, school subjects & homework
To tell the time in small conversations and texts about their chores and daily school activities
To include vocabulary related to personal routine activities in small conversations and texts, using the adverbs and expressions of time
To identify Food & School cafeteria
To include the sports and leisure time activities to describe their personal routines
To describe people, using adjectives, occupations and nationalities
To describe family members and places
To describe the weather conditions in small conversations and texts
To ask and give directions
To describe the animals
To count up to a 1,000 solving simple additions and subtractions
It is developed for children who have a solid knowledge of basic vocabulary and grammar. It includes advanced vocabulary, medium–sized sentences, and reading and writing of short texts. Young learners are encouraged to try their grammar skills out while learning pronunciation, attaining new vocabulary, listening, reading and writing.
To use the formal and informal courtesy expressions in small conversations and texts, while introducing himself or herself.
To describe their weekly activities using expressions of time in medium–sized sentences and texts.
To describe their personality traits, likes, and dislikes, while improving pronunciation, and usage of the simple present tense.
To give students practice in expressing their opinions using a variety of structures.
To write about others using background vocabulary, proper grammar structures and connectors.
To count up to a 10,000 solving simple math problems
To learn words and phrases related to traveling to other places
To write fictional medium–sized stories using the connecting words and background vocabulary