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Read & Tell


What is Read & Tell?
  • Read the books

  • Read it aloud

  • Tell what you have read

  • Tell what do you think about the book




Why Read & Tell?
  • Build up children’s interests on reading and develop their creativity mind since early age

  • Make reading as a practice

  • Right balance of skills, such as comprehension, vocabulary and grammar



Reading is a practice

To make reading as a practice, our course covers in-lesson and after-lesson activities:



  • Read 2 types of readers with children

  • Role play

  • Worksheets for practice and fun!

  • Before, during and after-reading discussion / presentation



  • Story-telling with parents / family members

  • Composing your own story

  • Book review


Learning Materials

We have different types of readers in order to enrich children’s reading skills, which include level books, magazines and stories.


Book categories:

  • Reading A-Z

  • Oxford Reading Tree

  • Puffin Young Readers

  • Discovery Box

  • Story Box

  • Adventure Box

……And more


Take-away for parents
  • Glossary

  • Booklist

  • Monthly progress report

  • Book ordering service (upon request)



















" Reading is to the mind what exervise is to the body."

-Joseph Addison

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