Designed for learners ages 4-10
Lively cartoon characters
Catchy songs for children
Funny and interactive study
Intensive practice mode
Daily conversations and school topics
Lively, funny, and effective multimedia course for children
DynEd Levels: 1.0 to 6.0 (Kids)
Specially designed for young beginners to help them build a core English language framework
Based on the world’s most successful English language textbook series, Let’s Go, published by Oxford University Press. Lively and engaging songs and music by Carolyn Graham.
Practice phonics, vocabulary, grammar, and sentence construction through songs, games, conversations, and letter recognition.
Kids or General Placement Test, Mastery Tests, DynEd’s Records Manager, and a Teacher’s Guide with class suggestions and handouts are available.
Six Levels and Eight Units for Each Level
Prepare learners for academic English
DynEd Levels: 3.5 to 6.0 (Kids) or 0.2 to 1.0 (General)
The Learning sequence follows the natural learning path: listening, speaking, reading, and writing
Designed for learners ages 5-12 to help primary school students establish a solid framework for daily and academic English
Animation-based listening and comprehension lessons, vocabulary-building exercises, and five different types of games.
DynEd Kids provides a solid, systematic framework that facilitates language acquisition, not short term memorization.
Kids or General Placement Test, Mastery Tests, and Records Manager
and a Teacher’s Guide with class suggestions and handouts are available.
16 Units and 4 Lessons for Each Unit
Each unit has one or two short animated Dialogs that present key topics and language models along with comprehension questions.
These lessons are divided into 3 parts presents a different set of vocabulary words and text. There are comprehension tasks and a Quiz to engage students with the vocabulary and word reading.
These lessons are divided into 2 or 3 parts. Each part presents and expands on the language from the Dialogs. Key language patterns are presented along with comprehension questions.
These lessons include several types of learning games, each with a different focus, including spelling, fill-in, grammar, and phrase exercises. These games provide on-going review, and reinforcement practice.