Colouring and colour pencils used to be child’s play… and real adults with real jobs would not dream of spending their time colouring.
In one way or another, we feel connected to music. It can be a favorite song that takes you back in time with intense nostalgia, your old guitar with rusty strings that somehow still manages to make a sound or a beloved music box that slightly creeps you out, but you just can’t bring yourself […]
What better way to prepare your kids for a future driven by technology, software and programming than to start them young and give them every opportunity to explore and learn coding and programming.
There are many compelling reasons why a teenager needs to start working. First of all, they realize the importance of money and savings by earning through their own hard-work. Secondly, they learn to grow independent and don’t rely on their parents for each and everything. Unfortunately, it is a double-edged sword.
Just getting to know Raspberry Pi and wondering what else you need the get started? we list the must have accessories and add-ons for the small and affordable computer, now in its third generation, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+.
Introducing your children to the world of coding can be a bit of a challenge, particularly for parents who themselves have no idea about how codes work. In today’s era where the digital world has largely taken over our tasks and routines, it is essential to learn the fundamentals of coding.
Children love to experiment and create things. Be it throwing a rattle off the table, playing with bath bubbles and foam, or building tall towers from blocks, children inherently know how to keep themselves busy. Older children indulge in imaginative scenarios, draw and color intricately and show interest in science and art and crafts.
Baking is one of those activities that everyone says is fun to do with children, especially young children. ‘They can learn so much’, apparently… little do these ‘wise’ folk without young children know, just what a chore it is to really ‘allow’ kids loose in the kitchen
Striding confidently on to the stage in little more than her early 19th century underwear, and some really fancy boots (apparently designed by Lady Gaga’s
Although the saying goes, ‘A picture paints a thousand words’, a thousand words also does make a pretty picture. There was a time when word clouds used to sit in the sidebar of most blogs, listing the Categories or Tags in a playful visual.
Latin forms the basis of almost all European languages. While it is no longer a living language, it’s strict structure and grammar helps learners in their understanding of how the European languages function and have developed.
Make learning science fun for children of all ages with some of the best online YouTube channels focusing on Science.
The Internet is great. Like, really great. There is so much to see, share and laugh about. It is your best friend when doing research and completing homework.
Comic Sans the rounded, sans serif font, with a single storey ‘a’ and a simplified ‘g’ has often been the go-to choice for teachers looking to create teaching and learning materials.
Who doesn’t love getting something in the mail! Especially if you are a curious child who loves to create, learn or collect? With the advent of email and digital communication, the thrill of getting a letter or a package in the mail has been lost. But, not anymore!
I have always been a firm believer that each of our brains are highly individual; that we each have highly personalised skills and abilities that more suited for some fields of study and expertise compared to others.