English vocabulary for children daily life topics
Wake up: Wake up
I wake up at 7am every morning. (I wake up every morning).
Have breakfast: Eat breakfast
I have a cup of milk and and a piece of cake for breakfast. (I have a glass of milk and a piece of cake for breakfast.)
Listen to music: Listen to music
I usually listen to music while I have breakfast. (I usually listen to music while having breakfast).
Brush sb’hair: Brush hair
My mother brushes her long hair, and my father has short hair so he combs my hair. (My mother combed her long hair, and my father had short hair so he stroked it.)
Do sb’ homework: Do your homework
After dinner I and my brother do our homework. (After dinner, me and my brother do homework)
Watch television: Watch TV
And then I chill out on the sofa and watch television. (And then, I relax on the sofa and watch TV.)
Watch the cartoon: Watch cartoons
On television I usually watch the cartoon. (On television, I often watch cartoons.)
Wash the dishes: Wash the dishes
My mother usually comes to tell my brother to take the rubbish out, or wash the dishes. (My mother used to come and tell my brother to take out the trash or wash the dishes.)
I exercise at least three times a week. (I exercise at least 3 times a week).
My mother meditates every morning so that she feels less stressed during the day. (My mother meditates every morning so she feels less stressed during the day.)
Go to bed: Go to bed
The last things I do is lock the door, turn off the lights, and go to bed. (Finally, I closed the door, turned off the lights, and went to sleep.)
Go shopping: Go shopping
My mother goes shopping once a week at the local supermarket. (My mother goes shopping once a week on a Saturday morning.)
Does the housework: Housework
My family does the housework together every Saturday morning. (My family does housework together every Saturday morning.)
My family usually does the washing on Sunday morning. (My family usually does the laundry on Sunday morning.)
Go out: Go out
On Saturday night my parents stay at home and I go out with friends. (Saturday night, my parents stay at home and I go out with friends).
Hopefully the information in this article will help children expand their existing English vocabulary. To be able to teach their children effectively, parents should combine with the activities that children often encounter so that the children can visualize and remember longer.