English Idioms Every ESL Student Should Know

The term “idiom” relates to a word or phrase that means something different from its literal meaning. English idioms make the speech flow more...

Speaking Activities for ESL, ESOL & TEFL Students

Speaking is the most important part of teaching English to kids, and speaking activities can be a huge help in the learning process. During...

10 Ways You Know You’re a VIPKID Teacher

You know you are a VIPKID teacher when… By Stephanie T. You now look great in the color orange, or at least you tell yourself you...

Why VIPKID lessons need to be ENGAGING and FUN!

Imagine coming home from a long day at school and spending hours on homework. It’s close to bedtime, and you have an English lesson...

Weekend Series —- Memorable Moments at VIPKID (III)

If you missed our memorable stories, check the previous posts. They were pretty funny. And awkward. By Michelle Tang Part Three --- The Cute Moments   “I have...

Teaching Tip: Notice the Good by Naming the Behavior

“Great job!” “Awesome!” “You are amazing!” Don’t you like to hear those words when you’re working hard? I know I do. I definitely know children do....

From Stay-At-Home Mom to VIPKID Teacher

Morning after morning, I wake up, get my two boys off to school, and then prepare a fun-filled day with my toddler. As we...

My journey with VIPKID!

HELLO…HOW ARE YOU? This is how I start my mornings everyday. Waking up early in the morning and NOT having to worry about using up...

VIPKID: Family and Opportunity

By teacher Beth K. My family is a VIPKID family; my little family of 4 people and 1 dog, tucked on the side of a hill...

Feedback- An Opportunity to Build Lasting Relationships

You have fully prepared and executed a fantastic lesson- complete with engaging props, high energy, smiles enough to make your mouth hurt, and plenty...

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