Who do you think gets credited for making the very first “lyric video”? Three clues for you: The video was released back in 1987.
Teachers quickly learn that telling doesn’t automatically lead to doing. But why not? It’s not usually enough to say to a child, “You have 10 minutes to finish this.” Young students know (1) that time exists and (2) it moves forward; however, managing a task within a timespan is an unclear notion for many youths…. Read more »
With China’s “Jade Rabbit” lunar rover making tracks on the moon (and in history), is your child asking about space? Do you want them to? Help them Play-Watch-Read to connect your youth to this significant event. PLAY Amazing Match | Joy Preschool Game | Free / $1.99 My daughter and I still love this matching… Read more »
OVERVIEW | THINGLINK A site (and app) to make your images interactive via multimedia uploads and links. Easily shared across the web. WHAT IS IT? You upload a photo, click an area of that picture you want to explain to a viewer, and enter your text or a URL. Done. A free site, you can… Read more »
OVERVIEW | TAGXEDO Easy-to-use web site creates artistic shapes from your typed words and builds four important skills.