July 13, 2018

The number one (and two) most influential people in a child’s life is not their teacher: but their own parents. Sometimes it is easy to overlook the monumental impact parents have upon a toddler or preschooler’s future academic endeavors. Read the following article to find out how family involvement enriches a child’s future performance in school, and to find out some easy free ways to engage with your child

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Jan. 2, 2017

It's time to announce the results of our Christmas Giveaway. We appreciate you for taking time and joining it. Sincere thanks to everyone! And the WINNERS are... 

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Sept. 13, 2016

It's time to announce the results of our Back-to-School Giveaway. We appreciate you for taking time and joining the contest. Sincere thanks to everyone! And the WINNERS are... 

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March 22, 2015

If your kids are at the age of wonder you know it like no one else what type of questions they ask several times per day. Why-Questions! 

We, parents, can sometimes explain it to them how a rainbow appears and how birds fly. We also trick them into believing that kids are brought with storks and that Santa Claus really exists. 

However, we find ourselves hard pressed when they ask why certain letters are written in a certain ...

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Dec. 21, 2014

Do you know that

  • The names of the three little pigs in the original story were: Browny, Whitey, and Blacky;
  • Each piggy had their own character: Browny was a dirty lazy pig, Whitey was clever but greedy and selfish, and Blacky was a nice little pig, neither dirty nor lazy;
  • Browny, Whitey, and Blacky ordered their houses from their mom before she passed away;
  • Browny wanted a house of mud, Whitey dreamt of a house made of cabbage, and Blacky ...

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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. Instead we decided to explore its different versions and tell you some interesting facts about them.

And the story we decided to publish next is …. “The ...

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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.

All letters were lowercase and were equally treated by people. Once some of them decided that they wanted to become Uppercase. They started quarrelling because each of them thought it deserved to be a capital letter.  

They decided to ...

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Aug. 31, 2014


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Aug. 10, 2014

Read a fascinating story about alphabet full names and engage your child into the captivating process of learning letters. 

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