Designed for Learners Aged 4 - 10

Communication-Oriented Syllabus

Lively Cartoon Characters

Catchy Songs for Children

Funny and Interactive Study

Intensive Practice Mode

Daily Conversations and School Topics

Courses for Kids

Let’s GoLively, funny, and effective multimedia course for children
DynEd Levels 1.0 to 6.0 (Kids)

Specially designed for young beginners to help them build a core English language framework

Let’s Go  is based  on the world’s most successful English language textbook series published by Oxford University Press.  Lively and engaging songs and music by Carolyn Graham keep kids engaged, while greatly accelerating the learning process.   Kids practice phonics, vocabulary, grammar, and sentence construction through a rich variety of songs, games, conversations.

Level 1

Greetings, introductions, Family Members, Toys & Animals, Things to Eat & Drink, Weather, Colours, Numbers.

Level 2

Occupations, Household Objects, Parts of the Body, Wants & Likes, Possession, Daily Activities

Level 3

Clothing, Transportation, Days of the Week, Location and Direction, Personal Objects, Daily Routines

Level 4

Age & School, Occupations, Health & Illness, Months & Dates, Comparisons (-er), Sports & Hobbies

Level 5

Jobs & Family, Physical Description, Comparisons (-er,-est), Quantities, Seasons, Outdoor Activities

Level 6

Past Experience, Future Plans, Cause & Result, Advice & Opinions, Feelings & the Senses, Countries & Cities

DynEd KidsPreparing Children for Academic English

DynEd Kids is a groundbreaking course using insights from neuroscience to build a strong language base for primary school students using both conversational and academic English. A wide variety of topics and exercises and a charming cast of characters make this an engaging course for 7 – 10 year olds.

Language items appropriate for young children are modeled, practiced, reviewed and recycled in an expanding sequence so that students build on what they have learned, step-by-step.

DynEd Kids has 16 Units, each with 4 coordinated lessons: Dialogs, Listening, Vocabulary, and Games.


Each Unit has one or two short animated Dialogs that present key topics and language models, along with comprehension questions


These lessons are divided into 2 or 3 Parts which present and extend the language from the Dialogs, along with comprehension questions


The Vocabulary lessons are divided into 3 Parts. Each part presents a different set of vocabulary words and phrases particularly important in a school setting.


Game Units include several types of learning Games, each with a different focus, including spelling, fill-in, grammar and matching exercises. These games provide ongoing review and reinforcement practice.