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Quizzes make learning fun! There is no quicker way to learn about English Language in Elementary School - Grades 3, 4 and 5

The English language is an unfathomable maze for most children under 10 and the only way through it is with the guidance of adults like you.

It may be that you have forgotten what alliteration is and that you rely on your computer to remind you to capitalize the first letter in a sentence. Nonetheless you almost certainly recognize when writing is good and when it is bad and that’s sufficient to be a teacher of English to the young children around you.

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You have no doubt become familiar with the “patterns” of words and the more you have read the more those patterns will have become ingrained in your brain. You probably can’t explain why it is wrong to say ‘I ain’t doing nothing he says ‘cause I bin there before’ but you can almost certainly find a better way of saying it!

Your children will learn just as you did – by subconsciously storing the correct ‘ word patterns’ in their brains that can be surfaced at a second’s notice. That’s where quizzes come in because they provide another dimension for interacting with the language. Quizzes can both teach and remind what the correct word patterns are.

Why not start playing the quizzes with your children – they will probably be fascinated to learn about rhyme and similes and you might be reminded what a homophone is. Both you and they will be captivated and entertained by the Verbal Reasoning quizzes!

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