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Help your secondary-aged child learn English

Actualizado: 22 oct 2020

Activities secondary-aged children can try by themselves at home.

Activities secondary-aged children can try by themselves at home.

Here’s an overview of our best free activities, which your child can use by themselves at home. Created by our language-learning experts, they cover all the key skills your child needs to practise.

Online learning activities

These free learning activities, available on a computer or a tablet, help your child practise all four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.

This is a quick and easy way to help your child practise a little bit of English every day.

Free, short learning activities Suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced learners. CEFR: A1–C2

Self-study activities

These activities help teenagers practise their reading and writing skills independently from home. They are designed to develop reading for gist and detail, managing unfamiliar vocabulary, as well as planning, drafting, editing and writing for the B2 First for Schools exam.

B2 First for Schools self-study activities Suitable for intermediate learners. CEFR: B2

Online Games

Help your child practise English in a fun and motivating way with our interactive games. They are completely free and created by our language-learning experts.

Exam Lift Suitable for intermediate learners. CEFR: A2 and B1

Quiz your English Suitable for intermediate learners. CEFR: B1 and B2

Write & Improve

This free, online tool helps learners of English improve their writing.

Learners can work through a variety of topics at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels, or write about something of their own choice based on their interests. Receive instant feedback after each task, make changes and keep improving!

Write & Improve Suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced learners. CEFR: A1–C2

Free textbooks with learning exercises

With schools around the world being closed, we’ve been looking at different ways to help. That’s why we’re making all our Exam Booster books available to download for free.

These books are perfect for self-study, with advice on how to approach the different exercises and how to avoid typical errors.

Learners can maximise their potential with dedicated task practice. They can then test their progress by trying each part of the exam three times.

You can view and download Exam Boosters for Levels A2–C1. Just click on the download icon and enjoy!

Parent and child activity booklet

Download our free activity booklet, and receive lots of creative, everyday activities to help your child practise their reading, writing, listening, speaking, vocabulary and grammar.

Social media

Give your child regular opportunities to practise English with our social media communities.

Cambridge English Facebook page Join our lively community, take part in quizzes and talk to other English language learners.

Cambridge English TV Get helpful tips and lots of English language learning advice.

Cambridge English Instagram Be inspired, learn together and speak to the world on our Instagram page.

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