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Do you kids like reading? Do they prefer print books or digital books? I heard many reluctant readers started liking books when they are offered digital books, like iBooks, Kendle books, book apps. Digital books offer features that you can't get from print books, such as multimedia materials, interactive actions. Many kids, even adults, enjoy these features. Couple years ago I put together two free book app lists, one for preschool, one for school age kids. Now looking back these book… Read More

9 Seed Science Activities for Kids post image

Welcome to Mom's Library! We shared ideas of science experiments with eggs for Easter. Today we will share some seed science activities for kids, so we can get ready for spring! Have you ever grow any plants from seeds? Like flowers, vegetables? It is a fun activity to do with kids in spring. But before you actually do it, try some fun activities to learn about seeds first. For young children you can start with food with seeds. Can you… Read More

KidScience Free App

Today's "Best Educational Apps for Kids" list is Best Science apps for elementary school kids.  I did not include those animal related apps, as there will be a separate list of "Best Educational Apps for Kids" on "Nature and Animals". If you know any good science apps for kids age 6 to 10, please leave the app name in a comment. I will update the list periodically. Bobo Explores Light: A very well designed science app with engaging interactive activities. The app utilizes multimedia contents… Read More

myHomework Student Planner

Now many families have iPads or other tablets for kids to use at home. More and more schools are using iPads as study tools at school. Mobile devices are great learning tools if we use them appropriately. Through time, we have found many good learning tools that are available on iPad and other tablets for kids. Today we share some very essential must have learning tools for kids on iPad and other tablets and all are free. This is part of the… Read More

Free Dr Seuss Math Printable Worksheets for Kids post image

Do you like Dr. Seuss books? We read a lot Dr Seuss books and love them all. With Dr.Seuss birthday coming, many are looking for Dr.Seuss themed activities and worksheets for kids. We searched and found some fun Dr.Seuss math worksheets for kids of different ages. It is fun to do some math after reading Dr.Seuss books. Do you like Cat in the Hat? This single digit addition worksheet is perfect to go with the book. It is ideal for… Read More

Feelings Emotions Learning Tools

Emotion expression is hard! It is hard even for adults, not to mention for kids. However, understanding others’ and ourselves’ emotions and expressing the feelings to others are important skills in building self-confidence and relationship with others. Today we share learning tools for kids on feeling and emotional expressions. However, to be able to express the feelings, one has to be able to recognize the feelings and emotions first. You will find most of the learning tools here are focused on two aspects… Read More

Learn Music with Grandma post image

There are so many benefits for kids to study music at a young age. Music can help kids be more creative, more patient and more social. There are also studies shown that learning music improves math skills. When children are young, it is quite easy to incorporate music activities into the daily play. Music concepts like pitch, rhythm, even music notes can be taught by playful games. Today we share a fun music app for kids, Music with Grandma. Music… Read More

Simple Science Experiments with Heart Themes post image

We love science, and are always trying to find cool ideas of science experiments for kids. With Valentine Day coming up, I found 9 heart themed simple science experiments for kids. They are all easy experiments, but kids will have fun and learn science research skills at the same time. The simplest science about heart is to measure heart rate of different conditions. How is it different between after running and sitting? While talking about heart rate, you can also talk about… Read More

8 Interactive Periodic Table with Names — Chemistry Learning Tools for Kids post image

Learning about the Periodic Table is a big part of learning chemistry. It is fun if you get it. Otherwise it can be a boring and tedious experience, and it can kill the interest in chemistry completely. Today we share learning tools for periodic tables. These are interactive periodic tables with names and charges and other information that make it easy to learn. Some also letting kids to create virtual chemical reactions to make the learning hands-on without potential chemical… Read More

18 Movies for Building Resilience in Children post image

How does your child do when he/she failed a test? How about losing a game? Do they easily give up on the subject? or go back keeping working on it? Resilience is the capacity to withstand and to recover quickly from stress and difficulties. We want our children be resilient, because life is not a smooth ride forever, there are always bumps and accidents on the road. We cannot make these disappear from anyone's life, so it is essential to… Read More

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