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Video Games to Go with Beloved Children’s Books post image

Do you kids like books? Do you do any activities based on the books? Book based activities encourage kids interest in reading more and sometimes it can work the wonder in turning a reluctant reader into a book lover. I found a wonderful website with resources for fun activities that are linked to the books kids love. There are printables, and even video games. It is by Random House, and it is designed specially for kids. When you get to… Read More

eBook Reading Resource with Teaching Guide for Kids of All Ages post image

Do you kids have reading assignments? Or do you like to look for books of different genre for your kids to read? Do you feel it is hard to find the right book for kids? Some times it is not the right level, some times it is not about something they are interested in. Having the books that kids can and like to read usually is the best you can do to encourage kids to read more. We have shared… 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

Interactive Encyclopedia for Kids from DKFindOut post image

Recently I found a wonderful website DKFindOut. It is an online interactive encyclopedia for kids, covering many topics like earth, math, animal, space, ... Kids can just explore and learn on their own. It is still in beta stage and it is completely free. You don't even need sign up for a free account. From what I have been experiencing, all the interactive features work on iPad as well. An easy way to quickly access a website on your mobile… Read More

Best Learning Tools for Kids – Science News for Kids post image

Keeping up with the newest trend in science has many benefits for kids that go beyond knowing what is going on in science fields. Reading science news will enrich kids' science vocabulary, encourage scientific thinking, stimulate creativity, and promote imagination and invention. I still remember reading science magazines my parents had when I was in school. As those were magazines for adults, I did not quite understand everything, but still, I liked those articles. Today's kids are lucky, they have… Read More

Free Learning Website for Kids – Funbrain post image

Have you tried funbrain.com? It is a free learning website for kids from preschool to grade 8. I have not shared the site here because I thought it uses flash and won't function on iPad and iPhone. But yesterday, I tried it on my iPad and the games and books all worked well. I am so glad that there is one more learning website that is available on mobile devices, so kids can enjoy the fun learning on the go… Read More

9 Math YouTube Channels for Preschool and Kindergarten Kids post image

We posted a math YouTube channel list for school age kids. Today we share a list of math channels for preschool and kindergarten kids. Most educational resources for younger kids don't separate different subjects, so there are few channels for younger kids just focus on math, instead these are educational YouTube channels for young children with extensive math contents. Childcare Land is a great early learning resource. There is a section of preschool math, all are hands on activities. If… Read More

9 Fun Math YouTube Channels for School Age Kids post image

We have introduced two sets of fun science YouTube Channels for kids, one is for hands-on science experiments you can do at home, one is cool science ideas and experiments that will intrigue more curiosities. Today we share some cool math YouTube channels for kids. Today's list is for school age kids. If you have a preschoolers, you may want to check out the list of Math YouTube Channels for Preschool Children. Khan Academy is not math specific, but they… Read More

Free Online Math Dictionary for Kids post image

When kids start learning math beyond counting, they start to encounter math concepts that they need understand precisely the meaning, or they may have trouble. For example, they need know the meaning of “Angle”, and the differences between “Acute Angle”, “Obtuse Angle”, “Right Angle” and “Straight Angle”. It will be helpful if the kids have access to these math terms at home when they need help. Math Dictionary is a free online math dictionary designed for kids to look up… Read More

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