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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

Free Math Practice for Grade 1 to 5 from Math Pop post image

Math Pop is a fun math practice app for grade 1 to 5. It is designed by learning scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and all content is common core aligned. The best part is you get to do two practice sessions each day for free. The interface is very fun that makes the game addictive. To start, you want to register a user, so you can track the progress. Then you can pick the practice you want to do. The… Read More

History Simulation Games for Kids post image

I remember one of the early games my son played was Oregon Trail. It is a history simulation game for kids to role play as a pioneer traveling west along the Oregon Trail in the old days. My son learned so much by playing the game. It is a fun way for them to learn the history first hand. Those visuals, pictures, and games really bring the history to life, help the kids to understand what was going on in… Read More

App Went Free: Fun Activities for Toddler and Preschool Kids Bumblz post image

Bumblz is a collection of fun activities for kids, including puzzle games, coloring pages, sing alongs, and short video stories for kids. Its target users are kids 6 and younger. It is a free app, with In-App Purchase. Today all the In-App Purchase items are free, so in addition to downloading the app, you want to purchase all the In-App Purchase content when they are free. Bumblz is a fun, musical animated series about a young bee who, together with… Read More

App Went Free: Adventure Story and Board Game in One App post image

Pixel and Parker is a unique adventure story app for kids. It is a story app, and it is also a board game app. Kids explore a different path every time they read the story, and they get to pick the path by playing games. I love the interesting combination of both game and story to make the app intriguing and engaging for the kids. It is currently free, but even it is not free, I still think it is… Read More

Learning Games for Toddlers and Preschoolers post image

Monki Shake It is a new app of fun learning games for toddler and preschool age children. It is very easy to play. A toddler or a preschooler can easily play it by themselves. Kids learn to recognize different objects, count objects, match and sort be various features, and practice fine motor skills. There are 4 games in the app, and the first one is free coming with the free download. Identify the musical instrument: kids see two instruments in… Read More

Free App: Develop Core Skills via Intuitive Play – LumiKids Park post image

Many people have heard of or even are using Lumosity. Now Lumosity has a new app designed especially for toddler and preschool kids: LumiKids. Looks like it is going to be a series of apps, and the first app LumiKids Park is Free. According to the designers, LumiKids is a collection of intuitive and adaptive play-based experience for young children. The focus of the design is on children’s cognitive, motor and social-emotional skills. The team has made great effort to… Read More

Learn Sight Words with Fun Games post image

Sight word recognition is an important stage for kids’ literacy development. Sight words, like is, of, you, make up 50% of texts.  If kids can read and understand sight words, they are well on their way to being fluent readers. Although sight words are used frequently. they usually cannot be easily sounded out. Most times, kids learn sight words by simply memorize them, some with the help of flashcards. Today we have an app that makes learning sight words more… Read More

Stay on the Ice kids app

Stay on the Ice is a quick, fun game that teaches agility and hand eye coordination all the while letting your little ones play with penguins. It is a fun penguin game to keep the little ones occupied when travel or at family gathering. It is easy to play so the even youngest can join the fun. Gameplay is simple.  Penguins are on the ice, but they keep sliding off into the water. Kids tap or swipe the penguins in… Read More

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