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Free App: YouTube Kids Provides Kids Safe Video Experience post image

YouTube has become more and more popular and more and more parents and teachers are using videos they find on YouTube as teaching materials for kids. Although there are so many great content on YouTube, parents worry about that kids may run into videos they are not supposed to watch. To solve the problem, Google launched YouTube Kids, where kids can watch age appropriate videos, and parents and teachers can have the peace of mind knowing all contents are child… Read More

Free App: Learn History with JFK Challenge post image

JFK Challenge is a free app from The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. It is designed for school age kids to learn the history, particularly the two initiatives by JFK – The Peace Corps and The Space Program, via the combination of multimedia introductions and hands-on games. To start the app, kids can set their own avatar with a picture of themselves. They will watch a brief introduction of John F. Kennedy and the two initiatives. Kids can… 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, 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 name some… Read More

Exploratory App for Toddlers and Preschoolers Offering Open Ended Play post image

Eli Explorer offers open-ended play to young children. It is an app for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids can freely explore in the forest, on the mountain, and at the cute bunny Eli’s home. I love it for its open-ended play. There is no levels, no rules, just exploratory play. Isn't this how young children learn? When kids start the app, they will see the little bunny Eli sleeping on the cloud. Kids can wake up Eli by tapping on the… Read More

15 YouTube Channels of Fun Science for Kids post image

Amazingly, YouTube has become a good source of educational materials. We have been using YouTube more and more for fun learning materials. We shared 6 YouTube Channels for Hands-on Science Experiments You Can Do at Home. Today we share YouTube channels of fun science facts, explanations, and news. Bill Nye: although the channel has not been updated for couple years, the content already there is enough for kids to explore. I like that the video titles tell you exactly what the… Read More

Free App for Kids Explaining Fractions post image

Zap Zap Fractions is a free app for kids explaining the basic concepts of fractions. I like the good visual help when the meaning of fraction is explained. If your children just start to learn about fraction, this is a great tool to help them to have a good understanding of the real meaning of fraction. The app has two parts: lesson and challenge. The lesson starts from a division, and shows to kids that fraction is essentially a division… Read More

10 Fun Science Movies and TV Shows for Kids post image

Are you children interested in science? They are. Because kids are naturally curious, they are born to explore everything around them, and they want to know why. Science is in our every day life, and there are always things to show kids the magic of science. The challenge is parents are usually too busy or too occupied by other stuff to come up ideas to encourage kids' exploratory nature and curiosity. I found some times good movies and TV shows… Read More

10 Ways to Learn Math with Easter Eggs post image

Welcome to Mom's Library! We shared ideas of science experiments with eggs. Today we have math activities with eggs. Hope you like them too. Put mini erasers of different shape or colors, or any other small objects that fit inside the plastic eggs, you can start a counting game with kids. Put various plastic Easter eggs in a pile, asking kids to sort the eggs by colors, and record the final counts of each color on a sheet of paper… Read More

Learn Mediterranean History with Medelia App post image

Medelia is a free app helping kids learn about the history of Mediterranean cities. Kids visit the cities, learn and explore at their own pace. It is a fun way to learn history. There will be more cities included the app, but currently there are 3, and one city is free. When kids just start the app, they can create their own avatars. The created the character will be the one explore the cities. Currently the city that comes free… Read More

Symbol Link –free iOS puzzle game from Tetris creator – major update is released in AppStore by February, 5th, 2015. Symbol Link designed by Tetris author Alexey Pajitnov is a novel take based on a well-known Number Link and Flow game mechanics. For more information, go to the app on App Store. Posted By: Wildsnake Software Note: App news submitted by app developers are not reviewed by iGameMom. We only verify the links before publishing the news. //… Read More

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