## 6 Fun Geoboard Activities for Kindergarteners

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Geometrical figures are taught to kindergarten students in a variety of interesting ways. The idea is to befriend them with the geometrical figures while helping them fight away the math scare. That is why; teachers consider using manipulatives for geometry so that … Read more

## 5 Must-Try Comparing Numbers Activities for kids

Numbers have been around us since times immemorial. Von Neuman and other scientists further coined the terms – cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers. While cardinal numbers tell us about a set’s value, the ordinal numbers convey information about the position of any object or person. In both cases, the students need to have a well-built … Read more

## 8 Must-Try Cognition Building Online Games for Adults

First, it starts with forgetting why you came to the room or what exactly were you about to do. Gradually, you start forgetting dates, people’s names, and sometimes, appointments too. If you have reached this state, welcome to the world of aging! Poor cognition and receding memory are the two classic signs of an aging … Read more

## 9 Online Games for teaching Elapsed Time Concept to kids

Time-keeping is one of the basic lessons kids are taught in the kindergartener stage. With the introduction of digital watches and clocks, time reading is reduced only to reading numbers. However, kids need to learn the underlying meaning of a ‘minute or an hour passed’ kind of statement they may come across. But, what could … Read more

## 6 Simple Activities to teach fractions to kindergarteners

Fractions introduce children to the concept of breaking whole numbers into smaller parts. These parts are less than the whole number one, quantitywise. Making use of this idea of breaking numbers into fractions finds its best utility in real-life situations where something is to be divided into equal parts among a group of people. Fraction … Read more

## 8 Helpful Board Games for Building Fine Motor Skills

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Children are born with limited fine motor skills. Their bones and joints attain the required strength with time, and accordingly, their ability to grasp things or maneuver them increases. In cases where there is little coordination between the brain function and muscular … Read more

## 7 online letter tracing games & apps for little learners

Letters written and arranged in a logical sequence make a language, isn’t’ it? Reading and writing difficulties associated with the letters can pose hindrances in the attainment of language proficiency. So, it is important to cover every aspect of language development in its entirety. In the present world of technology-driven solutions, language development is not … Read more

## 10 Cool Letter Recognition Games to Play Online

Letters are the smallest unit of any language. Therefore, recognizing them is the first thing that schools include in their preschool curriculum. All preschoolers and kindergarteners need to master letter recognition. Sounding stressful? No worries! The good news is that they can acquire this skill by playing games on mobile phones, laptops, or tablets. Doesn’t … Read more

## 6 Creative Number Line Manipulatives for Early Learners

Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Learning numbers is not only about identifying or recognizing them. In fact, it is just the start. The early learners need to understand between the numbers too and carry on the operations. To ease this process, a very basic tool is used … Read more

## 6 Helpful Activities in Building Visual Closure Skills

What is visual closure and which activities can help them build this concept? I come across this query quite often and have given deep thought to its role in early learners’ and preschoolers’ learning process. A study was done at Aston University, that indicated the connection between visual closure disorder and mathematical skills too. So, … Read more