The Overall KidsWow Englishpro Program


KidsWow EnglishPro uses a very simple concept that has been tested by some of the leading language learners in the world. Build a small foundation, and make it strong. Then keep adding and adding words, phrases and sentence patterns that multiply. A small foundation learned very well will support a huge vocabulary.

KidsWow EnglishPro focuses only on about thirty beginning sentence patterns. Half of them are questions. Questions have power to learn any thing you want in the future. The important thing is to completely learn the material , without any hesitation or fear. It is better to learn a few sentences well, with confidence, than hundreds of sentences a little bit that you will never use in the future.

The list below has Questions to add power tools and statement sentences that multiply by changing one or two words. Both are important. So we will need to listen to them being used on the DVD, many times. We need to repeat the sentences with the DVD. And then use the sentences in a real life situation, either in a classroom with games, or with a parent and outside on the street.

Learn a little, Learn it well, Use it a lot.

Listening, repeating, memorizing, and using will become the fastest way to language (explosion) learning. It seems slow in the beginning. But once the multiplication factor begins to take place it creates the explosion learning, where every sentence you worked so hard to learn completely multiplies into ten, twenty, even hundreds of similar new sentences, that you don’t have to work at to learn. Thirty sentence patterns, with the 600 word vocabulary in KidsWow will create more than 5000 sentences in the future.

It just happens naturally. Once you experience the big payoff, you’ll know what I mean. You have to do it, to believe it.

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Main Sentences and Sentence Patterns

1-3) What is this? / that? This is a ____. Is this a pen?

4-6) What do you like? I like the apple. Do you like the ball?

7-9) What do you want? I want the pig. Do you want the drum?

10-12) What do you have? I have the red triangle. Do you have the egg?

13-15) Where is the tiger?

** What is your name? **My name is ____.

16-19) Who am I ? I am the doctor. Are you the mailman?

20-24) What is the boy doing? He is running. > He is running fast.

The elephant is eating. [ N + is + V ] ** Is the elephant eating? [ Is + N + V ]

25) Do you like swimming at the pool?

26) Can you ride a bike?

27) What time is it? It is three o’clock.

28) Do you play music?

29) When do you play basketball?

30)** How many do you have?

31-35) Bonus, put it all together - The train is on the track. The train is going around. The train is fast. The fast jet is going over the house. The long train is going in the tunnel.

(Prepositions and descriptive works added into the basic sentence patterns create thousands of sentences. )

**Sentences with * marks are not introduced in the DVD lessons, but are included in the practice time. Bold sentences are the most important. The other sentences build naturally off the main sentences.

Questions are power sentences; they generate conversation. And the statement sentences are sentence patterns, where we will change the nouns and the verbs, and descriptive words, in the later stages of the program, to create thousands of commonly used sentences. This is the real goal.

Languages have shapes. So the shelves in your brain that store Japanese words, for example, will be different from the shelves that are needed to store English words. We need to give the child time and input to allow them to create their own brain space for this new language.

Overall: There is a limited number of foundational sentences that must be mastered in order to create the firm foundation for unlimited learning in the future. The four DVD series (The ABCs, The Zoo, The Jet, and The Basketball) introduces about 275 nouns in many fun, commonly-used topics. Such as: Animals, Vegetables and Fruit, My Body, People, Colors and Shapes, Transportation, Sports, Music and more.
There are about 60 verbs and verb combinations. Such as: climbing, eating, kicking, running, sleeping. As well as, like to jump, like to swim, can you ride a bike, can you play.
There are 40 adverb, adjective descriptive words.
There are a handful of prepositional phrases to complete the toolbox for building unlimited numbers of simple basic English sentences. All words and sentences are common to a small child in America. The words and sentences have been specifically chosen to stay within the first 1000 words and sentence pattern in a naturally native learning environment. I would recommend this series even for an adult first learning English. It is hard to talk about adult things if you don’t know already know the vocabulary of a three year old.

The goal of effective language learning is to become fluent– really good– at a small group of commonly used sentences. There is a temptation to continue adding more and more new vocabulary in order to satisfy the natural desire for something new. But only the vocabulary that is used fluently and remembered instantaneously will be remembered in the years to come.

It is better to become fluent in three commonly used sentences, (preferably questions), than to have studied a hundred words. Vocabulary is good and helpful, but never the goal. Sentence patterns that multiply themselves with additional vocabulary is always the most beneficial.fastcar

Many language programs assume the student has unlimited time and money. They teach a wide variety of topics as if there was time and energy to leisurely explore all 40,000 commonly used words in the English language. I like to think just the opposite. How can I give the most value for the least time and money spent.

Three to four year olds can start with words, learning the sounds of the language, and moving toward simple sentences. However, they should hear the simple sentences from the beginning.

Five year olds and above can start with simple sentences as well as words. A child, no matter how young, can learn to say any word, phrase, or sentence if it is repeated often and with enthusiasm. Learning language needs to have some aspect of relationship included. That is why we recommend using games in class and at home so that you can learn while spending time together.

That is why we choose as our statement of purpose: English for every child and every home as a tool to communicate with every person in the world.






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