Educational games are a great tool for building foundation math and language skills that today’s elementary school curriculum requires. We’ve got educational games for kids in the following categories: Math Facts, Math Games, Language Arts, Science Songs, Animal and Nature Games, Word Games, Art and Music Games, Logic Games, Memory Games, Hand-Eye Coordination Games, Preschool Games, Keyboarding Games and Geography Games.
If you are stuck for words to use in your Halloween word games you might like to use this list of words to help you – broom, ghost, treat, magic, candy, witch, scary, spooky, mummy, potion, coffin, spider, creepy, scream, monster, cauldron, vampire, costume, pumpkin, haunted, skeleton, Frankenstein, Dracula.
On this blog, you’ll find profiles of bilingual and multilingual familles, resource recommendations, storytime suggestions, book reviews, discussions, descriptions of games and language learning activities, and-of course-stories about our petits bouts de choux.
On the bus, kids can hear what different sounds do in different locations with the Acoust-Matic, play Name That Noise with Mikey Microphone, or learn how sound travels in the Wild Waves experiment; there’s even an ultrasound and an oscilloscope onboard.
Fisher-Price Big Action: Construction will delight kids by letting them operate a big crane, take care of the dump truck, blast rocks with dynamite, build structures, use a wrecking ball to demolish houses, or make a Hoagie sandwich at a virtual construction site.