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From Learning Apps to Imagination-Enhanced Games with Discovery Kids…Holiday Break can be Educational Too!

Imagination Fuels Discovery

www.kids.discovery.com

Discovery Kids inspires kids to explore the awesome world around them and satisfy their curiosity with innovative games, activities, quizzes and articles.  Discovery Kids is trusted by parents, and helps children exercise their minds and bodies while actively learning through exploration.
Sue has older children and even they love this site! Check it out and let the imaginations soar!

Numbers are Found in all Aspects of Life...Seek and Find!

www.itunes.apple.com

Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about NumberStax on the App Store. Download NumberStax and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Money Wise Today=Opportunities for Tomorrow

Trisha found this great site (Money Wise Moms) and wanted to share it with our audience. Enjoy!

www.moneywisemoms.com

Shop smarter. Balance your budget. Be a Moneywise Mom
These are some sites or apps we have come to enjoy. We would love to hear about your favorite learning apps or websites that enhances the learning process.
May we continue to seek knowledge in all things,
Denise

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“The Many Mysteries of the Beach” with an Academic Focus to Hit Barnes & Noble this Week

An Academically Enriched Children’s Literature Book

A “mysterious” narrator takes the reader on many mysteries to be learned at the beach.  Learn about the many animals that live on the beach while enhancing sight words and scientific knowledge.  This book is includes a parent and teacher resource section.  For parents or any caregiver, this is a great tool for exploring the teacher within and creating wonderful teaching moments for the learner in your life.

Reading is the cornerstone of all learning.  Regardless if the book is hand held and made of paper, or if it is stored on an electronic device, the words open the door to the imagination, not the physical object.

If we are to teach and be effective in the 21st century, then we need to know its language and understand its abilities as a learning tool. 

Technology is here and it is not going away, in fact, it is changing by the minute.  The goal should be to embrace the good aspect of incorporating technology into the learning platform. 

May we continue to seek knowledge in all things,

Denise

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