The Guinness Book of World Records is a great resource to practice superlatives (the biggest, longest, fastest etc) and comparatives (bigger than, longer than, faster than etc). There is so much fun to be had with world records! We've put together some ideas to help you get started and practice these at home with your young English learner.
1. TIKTOKS THAT WILL AMAZE YOU
Watch this video of amazing world records together with your child and talk about your favourite records and which one is the most amazing, funniest, most disgusting etc.
2. MAKE A WORLD RECORD PAPER PLANE
Try building a record breaking paper airplanes by following this origami tutorial.
Then try flying your plane! Can you beat the world record of 69 metres?!? Check it out below
3. GET INSPIRED!
Find loads of fun videos, games and amazing stories here:
4. BREAK YOUR OWN RECORDS
Now you know what it's all about why not try breaking some records of your own? You could make the longest marble run? Or challenge your balance with the longest handstand?
Here are 34 ideas you can try at home!
Use the this table to record some of your own world record attempts! - Let us know how you get on!!
Tired from all your record breaking action? Here are some games you can play for some down time!