Supporting your child to learn English is made a lot easier with our help. Our research team conducts thorough, rigorous work to understand how children learn vocabulary, get to grips with grammar and gain confidence in speaking and writing a language. Using this expertise, we have created a range of free resources full of tips and advice to help you support your child, available on our global website.
Activities for children
Children can start practising their English with these fun learning activities. They are divided into three levels and focus on reading and writing, listening or speaking.
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Cambridge English exams for children
Our exams are designed and developed to motivate children from a young age right through their teenage years and beyond. They cover all four language skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking – and bring learning to life.
All our exams are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) – the international standard to describe language ability. This makes it easy to see the progress your child is making in English, and for employers and educational institutions to recognise your child’s ability when they leave school.
See our video How to understand the CEFR.
A certificate from Cambridge English will help your child stand out from the crowd and access the best study, work and life opportunities.