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New Article Added: Virtual Reality for Kids: The Good and the Bad

by Mel Aug 14, 2022
Once an intriguing curiosity explored in the 1980s and 1990s by scientists and Hollywood alike, virtual reality or VR is now the next frontier in education, gaming, and even social media. And while VR had been the exclusive domain of adults for years, today, the relative affordability of VR headsets has made VR increasingly popular with kids as well. But are children’s brains actually mature or developed enough to handle the unique features that VR presents? This article will attempt to explore the possible upsides and downsides of kids using virtual reality.
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New Article Added: Free Educational Children's Games that Your Child Can Play on the Browser

by Mel Aug 8, 2022
These days, it shouldn’t cost a penny to supplement your children’s education when there are plenty of free educational children's games that are available online which can be played on popular PC and mobile browsers. Covering a wide range of subjects from arithmetic to paleontology, this article lists just a few of the best educational browser-based games that are free for you and your kids to both play and learn from.
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New Article Added: Do Coding Games for Kids Actually Work?

by Mel Jul 9, 2022
Are coding games for kids a viable alternative to formal coding lessons and classes designed for kids? Do coding games actually work? In this article, we’ll discuss several benefits to having your children play coding games, in particular, how the skills garnered from game-play can be crucial to their future life and career prospects.
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New Article Added: Disney Dreamlight Valley: 3 Educational Elements We'd Like to See

by Mel Jun 9, 2022
Disney Dreamlight Valley aims to give Disney and Pixar fans of all ages the chance to embark on an exciting and magical adventure alongside some of Disney and Pixar’s most beloved characters. Through its multi-level, immersive game-play and world-building, children are expected to learn real-world applicable lessons such as interpersonal communication, problem-solving, creativity, and more. Disney Dreamlight Valley: 3 Educational Elements We'd Like to See preview image Read More

New Article Added: Is Roblox Really Safe for Kids

by Mel May 3, 2022
With millions of children using Roblox daily, parents are understandably concerned about what types of games their children are playing, who exactly they’re playing with, and how much money they're spending on the platform. Here, we'll discuss what issues parents should look out for to consider Roblox safe for their kids to engage in. Is Roblox Really Safe for Kids preview image Read More

New Article Added: Homeschooling with Blooket

by Mel Apr 3, 2022
Blooket is a freemium educational supplement website where educators can create “sets” of questions or quizzes on a wide variety of topics or search “sets” created by other educators which can be used to host games for students to play as part of their curriculum. Homeschooling with Blooket preview image Read More

New Article Added: 4 Reasons Why EZJO is an Ideal Place for Your Kids to Play Games

by Mikhail Mar 3, 2022
Are you for the perfect website where your kids can play some pretty good age-appropriate games? Well, EZJO is a virtual playground of fun, and it definitely warrants your consideration. 4 Reasons Why EZJO is an Ideal Place for Your Kids to Play Games preview image Read More

StoryToys announces New LEGO DUPLO MARVEL Collaboration for Preschool App Launching December 2021

by Aethyna Oct 27, 2021
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New Article Added: Is Minecraft Really Safe for Kids?

by Mel Sep 17, 2021
As the highest selling video game of all time, Minecraft has not only been a favorite of adult enthusiasts across the globe, it is also one of the most popular games among children. Many parents, however, have trouble fully understanding both the deeply immersive nature of the game enough to question whether Minecraft is actually a safe space for their children to play and create in—which this article will try to answer.
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New Game Added: Muzzy BBC

by Mikhail Aug 24, 2021
Muzzy BBC is a fun language course designed for kids using animated stories, fun activities, and games. It opens the path for kids to become bilingual, teaching them various languages like Spanish, German, French, and Korean. Child watching Muzzy Muzzy language selection Muzzy and friends Read More
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Adventure Academy Adventure Academy From the creators of one of the world’s leading learning program, ABCmouse, Adventure Academy is a brilliant virtual world game that’s cleverly designed to be both fun to play and also educational. It covers a wide range of topics from science and math to English and is suitable for kids between the ages of 8 to 13. ABCmouse ABCmouse Welcome to a very comprehensive set of games and activities where you child can learn about the alphabet, numbers and much more. Reading IQ Reading IQ Reading IQ is a digital, interactive library app that’s specially designed for kids under the age of 12. With over 1000 specially-curated and child-friendly titles as well as over 700 voiced books, your child will be able to hone their reading and listening skills, bringing these skills to the next level. ABCya.com ABCya.com ABCya.com is a brilliant educational website that uses gamification to encourage and promote fun learning. The site offers entertaining lessons from Kindergarten to Grade 6 based on the Common Core Standards, covering wide-ranging topics under all the important subjects like English, Maths, Science, and Social Sciences. WhiteHat Jr. WhiteHat Jr. WhiteHat Jr is a coding program that offers live online coding classes that are designed to teach kids between the Grades 1 to 12 the skills they’ll needed for coding as well as the ability to code for websites, apps and more. IXL IXL IXL is an educational site which contains quiz-like games for your children aged around 2 to 18. It covers a wide range of topics from math to languages; from the sciences to social studies, making it a suitable supplementary tool for educators, especially those involved in homeschooling.

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