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快乐英语启蒙,助力幼小衔接

SMALL STARS AGES 3 TO 6

Small Stars is EF's innovative, structured English language program, designed specifically for 3 to 6 year olds. As an EF student, your child will follow one of our four fun-filled course books and gain a head-start in becoming a confident user of English while also developing their general social and cognitive skills.

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Sneak Peek at EF Small Stars

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Why EF Small Stars?

The Making Of Small Stars Digital

Course Features

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Support kindergarten transitions to primary school readiness

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Gain a head-start for primary school and have an excellent output of challenging words of 500+ words throughout the course.
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Innovative EF course materials which are nominated by The ELTons (British Council Innovation Awards) fully cover the essential skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.
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Phonics is widely used to ensure students build their understanding of English in a natural and progressive way.
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The well integrated online learning component of EF iLab equips children with the opportunity to continue their English learning at home.
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Cultivate children's love of learning English

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Qualified foreign teachers create a fun and immersive English environment in our weekly-run Life Club events, so children can practice their English in real life situation.
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Songs, videos, puppets, flashcards and interactive touchscreens are used as tools to keep class varied.
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Learning is extended at home with a variety of engaging tools, such as student workbooks, CDs, videos and Apps.
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Focus on the whole child development

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The course is built upon research into how children develop language skills at specific ages and how they can keep them through time.
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Teacher nurture different aspects of children's development such as knowledge such as knowledge acquisition, motor and social skills to support the English learning process.
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Students are encouraged to speak English since first day, such as answering questions and singing English songs, helping them build confidence and get cultural exposure.
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Experience EF Classroom

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Optimal learning environment design by our in-house interior architects

EF training centers

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Teaching quality and children's safety

Real moments of teachers and students

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Engage and motivate children to participate and learn

EF's advanced classroom multimedia

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Learning outcomes

Listening and speaking

Listening and speaking

Students get constant exposure to English in a structured and supported way. Teachers guide young learners step by step from individual sounds to words to simple conversations. Working on pronunciation is a long-term process and its correct foundation is fundamental for the future development of English speaking abilities.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics & Syllables

Learning to produce and recognize sounds in English. Students are introduced to the particulars of English pronunciation and helped to speak correctly.

2 . Words & short phrases

Comprehending and answering simple questions. Students start building vocabulary through repetition.

3 . Sentences & simple conversations

Being able to participate in simple conversations about daily topics. Students are able to describe daily life objects and situations with short full sentence structures.

Songs

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Videos

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Homework

Workbook View
Reading

Reading

Throughout the Small Stars course, students are taught to recognize and read target words and short sentences from each unit. Certain common words are repeated in every unit to enable regular practice. The Student and Homework Books provide further reading and writing practice. Constant revision is key to successful reading.

Our students can learn:

1 . Letter and word recognition

Using photographic memory to recognize and name letters, words and numbers.

2 . Words

Being able to read words by putting letters together.

3 . Full sentences

Reading short sentences with the correct pronunciation and intonation.

Blue Book - Flash card

Blue book- Flash card View

Book A - Student book

Book A - Student book View

Book A - Workbook

Book A - Workbook View

Book B - Student book

Book B - Student book View

Book B - Workbook

Book B - Workbook View

Book C - Student book

Book C - Student book View

Book C - Workbook

Book C - Workbook View
Writing

Writing

Writing combines language and motor skills, as it requires spelling and recall abilities and also fine motor skills based on muscle movement. This is reinforced through repetition, immediate feedback, and correction. Students will learn to form basic letter shapes such as curves and lines, and then will learn the stroke order of all letters and numbers.

Our students can learn:

1 . Learning to trace

The foundation for writing is practiced by tracing lines and shapes, making marks and cutting in straight lines.

2 . Tracing letters and words

Developing writing skills by tracing parts of letters, letters and words to improve motor skills.

3 . Copying sentences

Tracing and copying short sentences consisting of 3-5 words.

Blue Book - Student book

Blue Book - Student book View

Book A - Student book

Book A - Student book View

Book A - Workbook

Book A - Workbook View

Book B - Student book

Book B - Student book View

Book B - Workbook

Book B - Workbook View

Book C - Student book

Book C - Student book View

Book C - Workbook

Book B - Workbook View
Phonics

Phonics

Phonics is an approach to teaching the connection between written letters (graphemes) and spoken sounds (phonemes).

With phonics, teachers aim to ensure children:

1 Can read easily, fluidly and with good understanding

2 Can write coherently, clearly and accurately

3 Develop the habit of reading widely and often

4 Use discussion in order to learn

Online

Online video Play
Listening and speaking

Listening and speaking

Students get constant exposure to English in a structured and supported way. Teachers guide young learners step by step from individual sounds to words to simple conversations. Working on pronunciation is a long-term process and its correct foundation is fundamental for the future development of English speaking abilities.

Our students can learn:

1 . Phonics & Syllables

Learning to produce and recognize sounds in English. Students are introduced to the particulars of English pronunciation and helped to speak correctly.

2 . Words & short phrases

Comprehending and answering simple questions. Students start building vocabulary through repetition.

3 . Sentences & simple conversations

Being able to participate in simple conversations about daily topics. Students are able to describe daily life objects and situations with short full sentence structures.

Songs

Song

Videos

video Play

Homework

Workbook
Reading

Reading

Throughout the Small Stars course, students are taught to recognize and read target words and short sentences from each unit. Certain common words are repeated in every unit to enable regular practice. The Student and Homework Books provide further reading and writing practice. Constant revision is key to successful reading.

Our students can learn:

1 . Letter and word recognition

Using photographic memory to recognize and name letters, words and numbers.

2 . Words

Being able to read words by putting letters together.

3 . Full sentences

Reading short sentences with the correct pronunciation and intonation.

Blue Book - Flash card

Blue book- Flash card

Book A - Student book

Book A - Student book

Book A - Workbook

Book A - Workbook

Book B - Student book

Book B - Student book

Book B - Workbook

Book B - Workbook

Book C - Student book

Book C - Student book

Book C - Workbook

Book C - Workbook
Writing

Writing

Writing combines language and motor skills, as it requires spelling and recall abilities and also fine motor skills based on muscle movement. This is reinforced through repetition, immediate feedback, and correction. Students will learn to form basic letter shapes such as curves and lines, and then will learn the stroke order of all letters and numbers.

Our students can learn:

1 . Learning to trace

The foundation for writing is practiced by tracing lines and shapes, making marks and cutting in straight lines.

2 . Tracing letters and words

Developing writing skills by tracing parts of letters, letters and words to improve motor skills.

3 . Copying sentences

Tracing and copying short sentences consisting of 3-5 words.

Blue Book - Student book

Blue Book - Student book

Book A - Student book

Book A - Student book

Book A - Workbook

Book A - Workbook

Book B - Student book

Book B - Student book

Book B - Workbook

Book B - Workbook

Book C - Student book

Book C - Student book

Book C - Workbook

Book B - Workbook
Phonics

Phonics

Phonics is an approach to teaching the connection between written letters (graphemes) and spoken sounds (phonemes).

With phonics, teachers aim to ensure children:

1 Can read easily, fluidly and with good understanding

2 Can write coherently, clearly and accurately

3 Develop the habit of reading widely and often

4 Use discussion in order to learn

Online

Online video Play
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