Posts Tagged ‘educational games’

Educational Resources Lingo Likes: New York Times’ Learning Network

  With the many educational resources available today, it’s good to have a website full of quality information on hand that’s updated on a regular basis. That’s why the site we like this week is the Learning Network from the New York Times.  Here’s more about them from their website: “The Learning Network provides teaching and learning materials and ideas…

See Jane Learn to Read!

Mary is a mom who recently discovered Reading Kingdom for her daughter Jane.  After watching her learn to read with our fun reading program for kids, here’s what she had to say: “What if learning was fun? Sort of like a rainy day activity on the computer to keep them busy? I recently had the pleasure of testing out a…

Teach Children to Read Through Play!

The best way to teach children to read is to let them think they’re playing a game.  Krista found significant differences in her children’s language skills once she used the Reading Kingdom.  Here’s what she had to say about our online reading program and game: “The program loads right from an Internet browser, so you have very little wait and…

Math Apps for Kids – Motion Math: Hungry Fish

Are you looking for math apps for kids to complement your reading curriculum? Our friends at YogiPlay explain why “Motion Math: Hungry Fish” is worth a mention! About the app: “Your child can build mental math skills by combining numbers to match a target sum. The fun is in the beautiful animations of fish and the bubbles that hold the…

Math Apps for Kids: Kids Numbers and Math

“Kids Numbers and Math” is one of the many recommended math apps for kids here at Reading Kingdom.  Our friends at YogiPlay explain why: About the app: “The number 10 has a stick and a circle in it, and the number 8 looks like a snowman! Your child will learn to recognize numbers and count with them in this math…

Best Educational Games for Kids

Kids learn though play. As an infant, they learn about the world around them through toys, touch and songs. As a pre-schooler, they learn about colors, numbers and words through interaction and game-playing. Parents may be wondering how they can use play in their homes to help kids learn. Here are some great educational games for kids. The Reading Kingdom…