The benefits of media and digital devices can be numerous. However, it’s becomingincreasingly difficult for both parents and teachers to teach kids healthy, balanced concepts around use of devices. Here are a list of screen-free tips and tricks to help promote healthy screen time habits.
Even though it’s summer vacation time, it doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. This list offers some fun ideas for educational games and activities that you can share at home and enjoy with your children.
Summer is typically filled with loads of free time for kids while they are at home. Here is our own summer bucket list for the summer break, with over 30 boredom busting ideas to get you started! Print out the list and get your kids ticking off some of these great ideas while they make their own fun!
We have four incredibly fun printables to get the kids exploring this summer. There's a word find, scavenger hunt, a coloring-in page, and a cut-out puzzle. Don't fall into the "summer slide" trap - create an environment for discovery and learning!
An unfortunate truth today is that many schools do not teach kids about money. This leads to the inability of kids to allocate resources responsibly, and a struggle to spend funds in a mature, healthy manner. It is essential that parents are actively involved in helping kids learn about financial matters. The lessons learned can benefit kids in perpetuity, and can greatly improve many aspects of their life. Anna Milne, co-founder of Junior Learning, shares five helpful tips for teaching kids about money.
Let's celebrate the end of the National Spelling Bee championship with a free pack of spelling resources! Designed for grades 2 and 3, these worksheets will help to enhance your spelling and writing skills.
Learn to tell the time with the "My First Clock" printable pack! First, use our template to make your own clock with a pair of scissors and a drawing pin. The clock face has been left white for you to color in! Follow the visual diagrams on page 2 as you rotate the clock hands to match the pictures.
Introduce letters and their sounds with the Letters & Sounds 2.1 Printable Pack! This is a phase 2, week 1 activity set, where kids are taught two sets of letters: s/a/t/p and i/n/m/d. As each new letter is learnt, children will be able to segment and blend these letters to create new words.