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12 Toys that Teach Kids Programming post image

Have your kids started learning computer programming? Computer coding or programming is basically the language we use to talk to computers. Since computers will be an essential part of the future world our kids going to be in, it is important for today's children to have fundamental knowledge of how to communicate with computers. For some very basic concepts, they can learn coding through cool activities without using a computer. After they learned fundamental concepts, it is best to get… Read More

Funny Alphabet App for Kids Learning ABC post image

I have reviewed many alphabet apps for kids. Have seen so many great apps, I am hard to be impressed by a new ABC app. But when I checked out Zooper ABC Animals, I feel I can recommend another one to you. It is fun and interactive. Kids will love it. The app's interface is very easy to navigate, so kids can use the app all by themselves. When kids first start the app, they see all 26 letters. They… Read More

11 Cold Science Experiments To Amaze the Children post image

In our collection of science experiments about the sense of touch, we had one hot water and cold water experiment. Today we add more hot and cold experiments for kids to better understand temperature. While the weather getting colder, it is a perfect time to do some cold science experiments with kids. Since everything is relative, talking about cold means you are also talking about hot. Let's start with this hot and cold water mixing experiment. How does hot water… Read More

Movies for Kids about History of Thanksgiving Holiday post image

With the Thanksgiving holiday around the corner, we are putting together some movies for kids about the history of Thanksgiving holiday. It is so much more fun to learning history with movies, and it is something the whole family can enjoy and learn together. William Bradford: William Bradford was a signatory to the Mayflower Compact while aboard the Mayflower in 1620. As a peacemaker, he befriended the Native Americans who taught the struggling Pilgrims how to survive. By the end… Read More

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Computer post image

This post was sponsored by Asurion as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. Do you always take photos with phones? I have not used a real camera for years. It is so convenient just using the phone, because you have your phone with you all the time. But the big problem with it is the storage space on your phone. It happened several times to me that I could not take more pictures because the storage was full… Read More

Over 150 STEM Activities for Kids in Your Kitchen post image

In today's world, many parents (myself included) are sending kids to after school classes, summer camps, ... in the hope that kids will learn something that are missing from school. But one thing we forget while sending kids to these extra curriculum activities is there are a lot we can do right at home. Today we put together these cool STEM (science, technology, engineer, math) activities for kids that you can do in your kitchen. Kitchen science activities have always… Read More

Spelling Games to Match School Schedule post image

Are you children good at spelling? How much time do they spend on remembering the spellings of the words? Depends on children, it could easily turn into a boring task and the kids can quickly lost interest in learning anymore. In this case, it is necessary to making spelling activities fun, so kids will be interested in learning again. SpellNow is a fun spelling game app for kids that not only fun but also match the design with school schedule… Read More

Photo Archive of World War 2 Pictures post image

How to teach history to kids? Everyone has his own preference. To me it has never worked well when the teachers just asked us to memorize the historical facts. Thinking back, the part of history lessons I still remember are the historical stories I learned. They could be a story told by a teacher, a historical movie or book I read, or some historical photos I saw. So when it comes to history lessons, I prefer first hand immersion experience… Read More

Pepper and Soap Experiment and More Pepper Science for Kids post image

Have you tried the pepper and soap experiment with kids? It is so easy and so magic to watch. It is a must do kitchen science experiment at home. If you need direction on how to do it, we have linked one below. But don't just stop there, I have some more extension experiments that are not as well-known as pepper and soap, but They also use pepper, also very easy. Some are just one quick addition to the pepper… Read More

Be a Math Monster Master with Prodigy Game post image

Do you have a child who likes to play games? How about math? Does he/she like to practice math? Wouldn't it be wonderful if kids like math just like they do with games? Now your dream comes true with Prodigy Game. It is a free math game covering grade 1 to 8. Kids play games like a Pokemon trainer, catching monsters, using math. You can use it on the game website on computer or on tablets. Before you can use… Read More

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