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Magic Formula of Critical Thinking Projects

Dec. 27, 2015

If you are about to teach your kids logics and are wondering where to start from, then this post is for you. 

As we know, little kids don’t like lectures, they simply get bored when they hear monotonous speech. They learn best in a creative, hands-on environment where they can do things themselves. For this reason, try to shorten the time of your speech, but involve their senses in personalized and meaningful for them tasks.

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The Stages of Writing

Oct. 18, 2015

For us, parents, it seems incredibly difficult to teach kids to write. We hardly know where to start from. However, writing is a process that breaks easily into several stages: scribbling, tracing, and independent writing.

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Montessori ABC for Kids HD Available on the App Store

Sept. 20, 2015

We are happy to share the news that our new app Montessori ABC for Kids HD is now available on the App Store.

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10 Tips on How to Read Aloud to Kids

Sept. 13, 2015

In our previous blog post we gave some advice on how to choose books for kids. Today we are going to share some tips about reading aloud. We’ve done thorough research into the topic and we are sure you will benefit from following the tips.

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8 Things to Avoid in Reading Aloud

Aug. 23, 2015

This blog post is going to be all negative. Not because we are so boring, but just because we are writing about the things to avoid during reading aloud. There are only 8 points, so let us start…

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Keyboarding or Writing - Which Skill to Teach?

Feb. 8, 2015

In the era of smart devices and digital communication we spend most of our days with laptops, tablets, and smart phones. We communicate mostly via e-mail or texting, which requires keyboarding skills.  However, we can easily live through the day without writing a single word with a pen. Does this mean that we should dump writing as a useless activity and teach our kids to type?

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How to Use the Listen & Play Mode in Reading with Kids

Jan. 25, 2015

Listen & Play mode is created especially to foster children's creativity. They listen to the story and animate the characters themselves. There's no particular order to bring the characters to life, kids can experiment and do this according to their own liking.

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Which Names to Choose for our Next App Characters

Oct. 26, 2014

This blog post in the story time series is going to be different from the previous ones where we published our personal stories. The thing is that our next app is going to be a book app, and we thought it would be unnatural to make up stories about the well-known fairy tale.

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How to Revise Letters at Breakfast

Oct. 5, 2014

So, summer vacations are almost over and there’s little time left before your kids go to school. One of the most common daily routines during the school year is breakfast. Nutritionists advise to have breakfast regularly because it speeds up the metabolism.

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Why There Are Uppercase and Lowercase Letters

Sept. 28, 2014

Once upon a time in a distant land called Letterland there lived a family of friendly letters. They lived happily and never argued with each other. People loved letters because they formed words, so little children could learn from them.

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