There is no doubt about it, using computer games is a great way to encourage children to expand their realm of thinking. Your options for entertaining your kid may appear numbered. Plenty of people permit their children to spend a small bit of time in front of the TV. But, what good, if any, does …
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It’s springtime! Make sure you checkout all the spring materials on this website. On the spring downloads page there are flashcards, coloring pages and worksheets. For some creative fun go to the spring crafts page, where you can find flowers, animals and other stuff related to the spring season. The spring lessons page has games, circle …
One of the challenges in teaching English as a second language (ESL) is to make learning as effortless as feasible. By making learning simple and fun, the instructor can make sure that the material imparted is received, understood and retained. Language is all about meaning and context. The best way for students to find meaning …
Can playing computer games improve childrens’ math skills? Researchers in Scotland (link) found out that playing Nintendo DS‘s Brain Trainer significantly improved the students’ test scores. Students aged nine and ten completed math tests before the nine week project, and then again afterwards. All the childrens’ scores were higher, but those using the trainer improved by …
Added some nice games: shape games, colour games & “happy three“.
Lots of new stuff added: Food worksheets (fruit flashcards and vegetable flashcards). Sound bingo, go fish and word memory; Fun games to play in your classroom or at home! Lesson ideas for the phonics theme and the spring theme. Number games are added in the numbers theme.
All new stuff related to the colour theme: Colour games, colour crafts and colour worksheets.