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Instructables DIY App for Makers of All Ages post image

Have you visited Instructables.com? Every time I stopped at the site, I find something amazing and interesting. Even if I am not looking for something to make, I can always get cool creative ideas from the designs on the site. I am so glad to find out that they have free apps for Apple, Android and Windows devices. It just makes search for ideas a lot easier. If you have not used Instructable before, it is a website with tons… Read More

YouTube Learning Series from Crash Course post image

Recently my son has been using a YouTube channel for his American history study. I remember heard about Crash Course, but never got the chance to actually check it out. From what my son was watching, I found the learning videos are really interesting, and decided to explore a little more. I am so glad I did, and it is a wonderful YouTube channel that covers a lot subjects. The content is great for school age kids, either for the… Read More

Learn Coding with Anna and Elsa from Frozen post image

Who like the movie Frozen? If you have an Anna and Elsa fan at home, you may want to try this coding program, that kids will learn coding with Anna and Elsa. It is a free coding program from code.org that teaches kids the basics of coding. With the program, kids not only learn fundamental coding concepts but also learn to love coding. At least, they won't think coding is mysterious. To access the free program, you just need get… Read More

Science Activities for Kids to Learn about Sense of Touch post image

We have put together science activities almost on all senses, taste, color, smell, sound. Today we share science activities teaching kids about touch. Why can we feel through our skin? Do all parts of our body have the same feel on all objects? These are interesting questions that can be answered through fun science experiments. Most experiments can be adapted for different age groups, from preschool to high school. One way to help kids learn the different textures and feels… Read More

Learn Spanish With Funny Monsters post image

Would you like to have your child to learn Spanish? They all say it is better to start the 2nd language when kids are young. However, if you don't speak the language yourself, it will be hard to teach your child the 2nd language at a young age. Signing up for a class? I don't feel it is a good idea for young children. Kids need play, not another class. One solution I found is to read bilingual books for… Read More

Learn 5 New Things Everyday with Curiosity post image

Do you know why birds have white and dark meat? How about human? Can you prove that the Moon Landing isn't fake? Do you know basketball teams with teammates touching each other more often perform better? I learned all these with the free app Curiosity. It gives 5 fun facts with pictures and videos everyday. If you want to, you can also use their website on your computer. I love how broad the topics are. You will find interesting topics… Read More

The eWallet That Replaces All Your Cards with One Single Card post image

How many credit cards and loyalty cards do you have? How many of them do you carry with you every day? I don’t even attempt to count anymore. There are too many to carry with me everyday, yet when you really need it, and you don’t have it with you, you are not getting the discount you could have received. I had long wished that there is an eWallet that stores all my card information and whenever I need a… Read More

7 Science Experiments for Kids about Smell post image

We had science experiments about colors and sounds, and today we go on our journey to explore the effect of smell. We all can smell. There are smells every where, good and pleasant smells, bad and nasty smells, ... But why can we smell? Where are the smells from? Why there are so many different smells? Here are some fun activities for kids to learn about smell. We may not be able to answer all your questions about smell, but… Read More

Fun Logic Games for Math Skills – KenKen post image

A while ago a teacher friend told me she lets her students do KenKen in the classroom and spoke very highly of the program. I checked it out, and agree it is a very helpful math game for kids of any age, as long as they have learned single digit addition. It not only develops kids' math skills, but also logic thinking and concentration stamina. It is available on their website or via the free app. What is KenKen? It… Read More

What Do You Need Know Before Using Amazon Underground post image

Recently Amazon launched a new service Amazon Underground Apps. With Underground, you can have over thousands of apps for free, including the parts via In App Purchase. I believe many people will like and use the service. But why they are giving all these apps for free? As a consumer, you need know what you are losing before using it. I tried to use the service after it is launched. This is what I found out. First you have to… Read More

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