Fun Activities For Children To Play And Learn With Teachers And Parents.

Fun Math Games, Printable English Worksheets, Creative And Fun Brain Games To Train Your Child To Think Like A GeniusFun Activities For Children To Play And Learn With Teachers And Parents.

Brain Power is Fun

Brain Power is Fun

Brain Power is Fun is packed with 120 fun and challenging activities which train the children’s ability to think and find the solutions themselves independently and when they are lost in the process, parents will be guided on how to teach effectively by asking appropriate questions using a very simple and effective technique to lead their children to the solutions.

These activities range from puzzles, riddles to number and code-cracking games specially designed to develop the children’s ability and growth of skills to think and develop their natural creativity and curiosity.

English Power is Fun

English Power is Fun

English Power is Fun has 127 activities using poetry, nursery rhymes and story telling to cultivate the children’s love for the language. Nursery rhymes are fun and enrich a child’s vocabulary through their short, simple texts.

Rhymes stay with us throughout our lives as they are passed from one generation to another.

Nursery rhymes have a musical quality incorporating language rhythm, patterns and rhymes in every verse which fascinates children to develop their language.

Story telling is a creative way to train a child to use their imagination and develop language and literacy skills.

Math Power is Fun

Math Power is Fun

 

Math Power is Fun has 121 activities to build the essential knowledge of basic mathematical concepts like :

check classifying -the ability to group like objects based on their characteristics
check seriation – the ability to sort objects in a logical series according to size,

shape or characteristic
check numbers – learning about quantity, amount, addition and subtraction
check symbols -learning how to us symbols to solve a problem
check spatial relationships – children with well developed spatial skills are very creative, dramatic, artistic an musical
check time – understanding time which can be a Herculean task for some children
check reversibility – the ability to understand that numbers can be changed, then returned to their original state such as 2+4=6 and 6-4=2
check de-centering – the ability to find a solution to a problem

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