Website Resource: Make Me Genius

Here’s another great website with free resources. It’s called “Make Me Genius“. What’s on it: Science Videos: e.g. types of rocks, photosynthesis, the muscular system, water cycle, states of matter, etc. Cools Facts: e.g. oceans and seas, human body, solar system, etc. Educational power-points: plants, earth, food and nutrition, etc. Jokes for Kids Science ProjectsContinue reading “Website Resource: Make Me Genius”

History Resources: Horrible Histories Collection

After getting through The Magic Tree House series, if you want to dig deeper into the historical archives, the Horrible Histories Collection is an entertaining non-fiction series to follow. Written by Terry Deary, the Horrible Histories brings history to live from an interesting and factual perspective. Introduce your child into the world of Horrible Histories with the Blood-CurdlingContinue reading “History Resources: Horrible Histories Collection”

Children’s Books: The Magic Tree House

The Magic Tree House is an interesting series of books written by author Mary Pope Osborne that we recently stumbled upon while searching for the next series of books for G1 to dive into. About the Magic Tree House Brother and sister – Jack and Annie – discover a mysterious tree house filled with booksContinue reading “Children’s Books: The Magic Tree House”

miniLUK Complete Brain Challenger Set

MiniLUK Brain Challenger is a play-and-learn matching game that reinforces children’s essential developmental skills such as visual perception, concentration, critical thinking, language ability, and basic math. These comprehensive and well-designed exercises provide great benefits for young children: enhance intellectual ability improves memory and concentration develop problem solving skills accelerate learning process establish primary math skillsContinue reading “miniLUK Complete Brain Challenger Set”

MiniLUK Advance Brain Challenger Complete Set

MiniLUK Brain Challenger is a play-and-learn matching game that reinforces children’s essential developmental skills such as visual perception, concentration, critical thinking, language ability, and basic math. The Advance Brain Challenger: Nurtures higher order thinking skills Strengthens logical thinking and reasoning skills Improves memory and concentration Masters essential elements of Geometry Builds solid foundations for reading, writing,Continue reading “MiniLUK Advance Brain Challenger Complete Set”

BambinoLUK Complete Early Learning Set

BambinoLUK is a play and learn system to reinforce early childhood developmental skills such as visual perception, memory and concentration, critical thinking, beginning math, fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, self-esteem, and everyday knowledge. It features an easy to use 6-tile controller with self-checking design and a series of well illustrated workbooks focusing on various developmentalContinue reading “BambinoLUK Complete Early Learning Set”

BambinoLUK Early Learning Starter Pack

BambinoLUK is a play and learn system to reinforce early childhood developmental skills such as visual perception, memory and concentration, critical thinking, beginning math, fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, self-esteem, and everyday knowledge. It features an easy to use 6-tile controller with self-checking design and a series of well illustrated workbooks focusing on various developmentalContinue reading “BambinoLUK Early Learning Starter Pack”

Apps: Learn Geography by Chasing Criminals Around the World

Back in the 80’s there was a wonderful game called Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego created by a company called Brøderbund. Its purpose was to teach children geography in a fun way as they chased criminals around the world following geographical clues that were left behind. Because of this game, I learned thatContinue reading “Apps: Learn Geography by Chasing Criminals Around the World”

Teach Your Child How to Read a Map: The Treasure Hunt Game

Aristotle and I have been playing a new game recently. Aristotle calls it “treasure hunt”. It was inspired by a treasure hunt game he played at school although the details he shared with me were kinda vague. He was so excited about it that he came home and drew his own map complete with kelpContinue reading “Teach Your Child How to Read a Map: The Treasure Hunt Game”

Fun Geography Lessons: Postcard Exchange and Virtual Travel

This is a fun way to learn geography and take a virtual tour around the world that we came across on the BrillKids Forum. What’s involved: Ask friends and family living in other countries around the world to write a postcard to your child. Ask them to write a few interesting facts about the country theyContinue reading “Fun Geography Lessons: Postcard Exchange and Virtual Travel”