Early Lingo

Early Lingo

Welcome to Early Lingo, an English language learning institute
founded in 2019 by Mrs. Anwesha Kukreja, a Jolly Phonics and Jolly
Grammar tutor.

We promote Jolly Phonics methodology for fluent reading and
speaking.

07/08/2023

Remember this simple rule to make this easy for you and your child.

Letter 'k' takes the 'e' and 'i', while letter 'c' takes the other three 'a', 'o' and 'u'.

19/07/2023

Mastering Sounds with the 'H' Brothers - Say Hello to Chill 'C', Phenomenal 'P', Shy 'S', Thoughtful 'T', and Whacky 'W'

Photos from Early Lingo's post 15/07/2023

Embrace the wonder of 'a' in phonics land. Marvel at its spirited call and the silence that whispers.

Photos from Early Lingo's post 26/06/2023

Bossy 'R' decoded: Understanding its rule in transforming vowels for confident pronunciation!

Photos from Early Lingo's post 21/06/2023

Phonics Fun with 'e': Learn its Different Jobs and Sounds!

Photos from Early Lingo's post 15/06/2023

When does the letter 'c' make the /c/ sound and when does it make the /s/ sound?

Photos from Early Lingo's post 13/06/2023

Are you curious about how to correctly pronounce words with two vowels adjacent to each other? Join us on this phonics journey as we uncover the secrets together!

Photos from Early Lingo's post 10/06/2023

Mastering the Floss Rule: Conquer those tricky double consonant endings!

Photos from Early Lingo's post 08/06/2023

FOR PARENTS AND EDUCATORS
Let's see what it means by having two same letters next to each other after a vowel.

Join us on a journey of language exploration and literacy development.

Photos from Early Lingo's post 07/06/2023

Mrs. Anwesha Kukreja is a certified Jolly Phonics Teacher and the Early Lingo Jolly Phonics in India. She has received recognition for her exceptional achievements in the field of Jolly Phonics and Language Development.

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Videos (show all)

When to use the letter 'c' or 'k'?
Mastering Sounds with the 'H' Brothers - Say Hello to Chill 'C', Phenomenal 'P', Shy 'S', Thoughtful 'T', and Whacky 'W'...

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