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Tenses in English for kids

English Grammar : Mastering Tenses

by Sharanya Banerjee

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Overview

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Description

Age: 8-12 yrs

Tenses are an integral part of the English language. In fact, they form the backbone of the language. Why you might ask? The correct usage of tenses allows you to convey your message with much more clarity and lets the receiver understand you better. So, we bring to you ‘Mastering Tenses’ program, which is designed by English language experts to let all little learners get well-versed with Tenses.

Tenses
Tenses in English
Tenses rules
Types of tenses

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Improve Communication Skills

Learn how to convey your messages with clarity and ensure smooth conversations by learning the correct usage of tenses.

02

Better Sentence Formation

Improve your sentence formation by learning about the different types of tenses and their correct usage in the sentences.

03

Enhance Confidence

Learn tenses to improve your command over spoken and written English and boost your confidence in the process.

Mentor Details

Sharanya Banerjee

Sharanya Banerjee

M.A. in English Literature and has been involved in child development, education and learning for the last 15 years

Sharanya Banerjee is Yellow Class English Mentor. She is M.A. in English Literature and has more than 15 years of experience in education and learning. She has also worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids.

M.A. in English

More than 15 years of experience in education and learning

Worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids

M.A. in English

More than 15 years of experience in education and learning

Worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids

Program Module

15 classes

15 Classes

Introduction to Tenses

For your kids to become grammatically correct in the English language, having a proper understanding of tenses is a must. In this session, YC mentor Sharanya Banerjee will introduce kids to the world of Tenses and will also tell them why it is important to invest in learning them.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Present Tense

The simple present is a verb tense that is used to show repetition, habit, or generalization. In this session, the mentor will help kids understand the concept of the Simple Present Tense and how it is used in a sentence. The mentor will explain this concept with the help of some examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Present Continuous Tense

Simple Present Continuous tense expresses an ongoing action. The mentor will describe what present continuous tense is and how it is used in a sentence. The present continuous tense is formed with the subject plus the present particle form (-ing) of the main verb and the present continuous tense of the verb to be: am, is, are. For example, I am eating my food. To make the session interactive, the mentor will use PPTs and will share more examples.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

For Sandwich Activity:

  • 2 slices of bread (toasted or raw)
  • Sliced cucumbers and tomatoes
  • Cheese slice


Present Perfect Continuous Tense

The present perfect continuous is a verb tense which is used to connote an action that had started in the past but it's in continuation in the present. The present perfect continuous is formed using has/have + been + present participle. The mentor will help kids understand it with the help of the PPTs and examples. To encourage interaction, the mentor would use other visual aids as well!

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Time for "Present Tense" Evaluation

In this session, our mentor will give kids a gist of what they have learnt so far. She will help them revise 'Present Tense' and its various types so they can retain it better.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Past Tense

The simple past tense is used when we are talking about something that has already occurred. The mentor will teach kids how to formulate simple past tense for regular and irregular verbs. Kids will also learn the use of the suffix -ed. In this session, the mentor will use visual aids like PPTs to keep the kids engaged throughout.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Simple Past Continuous Tense

Simple Past Continous Tense is used when we refer to actions/events that were happening for a particular time in the past. In this session, our mentor will help kids understand this tense by giving numerous examples.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Past Perfect Tense

The past perfect tense is quite easy to understand, and our mentor will make understanding it even easier. The past perfect tense describes a completed activity in the past. It is used to emphasize that an action was completed before another action took place. This session is quite important, so make sure you listen carefully and take notes throughout.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Past Perfect Continuous Tense

We often make use of past perfect continuous tense in our daily lives. However, we end up using it incorrectly on several occasions. In this session, the mentor will tell kids how to use it correctly. The past perfect continuous tense expresses an action that was done in the past and continued to a certain point in the past.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Past Tense Evaluation

In this session, our mentor will help kids revise the various types of past tense and their respective rules. This session aims at helping kids retain what they have learned in the previous session.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Simple Future Tense

The simple Future tense is used when we're talking about actions that will start and end in the future. Confused? You wouldn't be after attending this engaging session. The highlight of this session will be our mentor's fun methods of teaching. She will make use of Powerpoint presentations, videos, and images to help kids get a better grasp of things.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Drawing book/white paper/ Note Book
  • Pencil/Pen
  • Eraser


Future Continuous Tense

The next subtype of ‘Future Tense’ is the ‘Future Continuous’ tense. This tense is used to describe events that will occur in the future and will go on till a certain point. Attend this session to get well-versed with the usage of this tense. Our mentor will make this session enjoyable for kids by using several visual aids, and examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Future Perfect Tense

Let's now move on to the ‘'Future Perfect' tense. This tense is used to describe a future event that will finish before a time of reference in the future. Our mentor will guide you on how to use this tense in speech and writing by giving numerous examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Future Perfect Continuous Tense

In this session, our mentor will teach kids all about the 'Future Perfect Continuous tense. This tense describes actions that will continue up until a point in the future. She will use several visual aids to help kids understand and retain better.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).


Future Tense Evaluation

It’s now time to revise what we’ve learnt so far! Our mentor will take you through the different types of ‘Future Tenses’ once again for better retention.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).


Program Finale

1 class

1 Class

Mixed Tense Evaluation

In the final session of this program, our mentor will help kids understand the instances of different tenses and teach them how to use them in speech and writing. All in all, this session will consist of a gist of the preceding sessions.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).


English Grammar : Mastering Tenses

by Sharanya Banerjee


Launching soon...


no time

no schedule

no classes

watch trailer

Tenses in English for kids

Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 8-12 yrs

Tenses are an integral part of the English language. In fact, they form the backbone of the language. Why you might ask? The correct usage of tenses allows you to convey your message with much more clarity and lets the receiver understand you better. So, we bring to you ‘Mastering Tenses’ program, which is designed by English language experts to let all little learners get well-versed with Tenses.

Tenses
Tenses in English
Tenses rules
Types of tenses

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Improve Communication Skills

Learn how to convey your messages with clarity and ensure smooth conversations by learning the correct usage of tenses.

02

Better Sentence Formation

Improve your sentence formation by learning about the different types of tenses and their correct usage in the sentences.

03

Enhance Confidence

Learn tenses to improve your command over spoken and written English and boost your confidence in the process.

Mentor Details

Sharanya Banerjee

Sharanya Banerjee

M.A. in English Literature and has been involved in child development, education and learning for the last 15 years

Sharanya Banerjee is Yellow Class English Mentor. She is M.A. in English Literature and has more than 15 years of experience in education and learning. She has also worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids.

M.A. in English

More than 15 years of experience in education and learning

Worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids

M.A. in English

More than 15 years of experience in education and learning

Worked as Editor of 'Champ', Times of India magazine (school circulation) for kids

Program Module

15 classes

15 Classes

Introduction to Tenses

For your kids to become grammatically correct in the English language, having a proper understanding of tenses is a must. In this session, YC mentor Sharanya Banerjee will introduce kids to the world of Tenses and will also tell them why it is important to invest in learning them.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Present Tense

The simple present is a verb tense that is used to show repetition, habit, or generalization. In this session, the mentor will help kids understand the concept of the Simple Present Tense and how it is used in a sentence. The mentor will explain this concept with the help of some examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Present Continuous Tense

Simple Present Continuous tense expresses an ongoing action. The mentor will describe what present continuous tense is and how it is used in a sentence. The present continuous tense is formed with the subject plus the present particle form (-ing) of the main verb and the present continuous tense of the verb to be: am, is, are. For example, I am eating my food. To make the session interactive, the mentor will use PPTs and will share more examples.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

For Sandwich Activity:

  • 2 slices of bread (toasted or raw)
  • Sliced cucumbers and tomatoes
  • Cheese slice


Present Perfect Continuous Tense

The present perfect continuous is a verb tense which is used to connote an action that had started in the past but it's in continuation in the present. The present perfect continuous is formed using has/have + been + present participle. The mentor will help kids understand it with the help of the PPTs and examples. To encourage interaction, the mentor would use other visual aids as well!

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Time for "Present Tense" Evaluation

In this session, our mentor will give kids a gist of what they have learnt so far. She will help them revise 'Present Tense' and its various types so they can retain it better.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Simple Past Tense

The simple past tense is used when we are talking about something that has already occurred. The mentor will teach kids how to formulate simple past tense for regular and irregular verbs. Kids will also learn the use of the suffix -ed. In this session, the mentor will use visual aids like PPTs to keep the kids engaged throughout.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Simple Past Continuous Tense

Simple Past Continous Tense is used when we refer to actions/events that were happening for a particular time in the past. In this session, our mentor will help kids understand this tense by giving numerous examples.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Past Perfect Tense

The past perfect tense is quite easy to understand, and our mentor will make understanding it even easier. The past perfect tense describes a completed activity in the past. It is used to emphasize that an action was completed before another action took place. This session is quite important, so make sure you listen carefully and take notes throughout.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle


Past Perfect Continuous Tense

We often make use of past perfect continuous tense in our daily lives. However, we end up using it incorrectly on several occasions. In this session, the mentor will tell kids how to use it correctly. The past perfect continuous tense expresses an action that was done in the past and continued to a certain point in the past.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Past Tense Evaluation

In this session, our mentor will help kids revise the various types of past tense and their respective rules. This session aims at helping kids retain what they have learned in the previous session.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Notebook
  • Water bottle

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Simple Future Tense

The simple Future tense is used when we're talking about actions that will start and end in the future. Confused? You wouldn't be after attending this engaging session. The highlight of this session will be our mentor's fun methods of teaching. She will make use of Powerpoint presentations, videos, and images to help kids get a better grasp of things.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Drawing book/white paper/ Note Book
  • Pencil/Pen
  • Eraser


Future Continuous Tense

The next subtype of ‘Future Tense’ is the ‘Future Continuous’ tense. This tense is used to describe events that will occur in the future and will go on till a certain point. Attend this session to get well-versed with the usage of this tense. Our mentor will make this session enjoyable for kids by using several visual aids, and examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Future Perfect Tense

Let's now move on to the ‘'Future Perfect' tense. This tense is used to describe a future event that will finish before a time of reference in the future. Our mentor will guide you on how to use this tense in speech and writing by giving numerous examples.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).

DISCLAIMER: All the videos, sounds, and graphics used in the session belong to their respective owners and Yellow Class does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing.


Future Perfect Continuous Tense

In this session, our mentor will teach kids all about the 'Future Perfect Continuous tense. This tense describes actions that will continue up until a point in the future. She will use several visual aids to help kids understand and retain better.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).


Future Tense Evaluation

It’s now time to revise what we’ve learnt so far! Our mentor will take you through the different types of ‘Future Tenses’ once again for better retention.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).


Program Finale

1 class

1 Class

Mixed Tense Evaluation

In the final session of this program, our mentor will help kids understand the instances of different tenses and teach them how to use them in speech and writing. All in all, this session will consist of a gist of the preceding sessions.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Notebook or Drawing Book or White Sheet.
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).



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