April 5, 2015
This post is going to break our normal blog routine with an announcement!
Our team has just finished working on a Fun Activity Pack for the book app “Three Little Pigs”.
March 29, 2015
Here’s another approach that some parents and educators adopt when they teach kids to write. As kids are better at drawing straight lines than curved lines, they split the process of letter learning in several stages. First, they practice writing only those letters that contain vertical and horizontal strokes, like E, F, H, I, L, and T.
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.
March 15, 2015
This year the Advent Calendar is “piggy-themed” and features the three little pigs from our story book app. We thought kids would love to see them again, this time on paper. The calendar can be printed out to either A4 or A3 paper size, but we would highly recommend a bigger paper size for a greater visual impact.
March 8, 2015
It’s good to remember that we have better muscle memory in our larger muscles and joints, such as the ones in arms and legs. Do you know that we can use them to learn writing letters?
March 1, 2015
It’s time for our regular post… but hey! Is there anyone here to read it? I bet you’re all gone …shopping!
Feb. 22, 2015
Thanksgiving is time you spend with your family. We hope our apps help make your family bond even stronger.
Feb. 15, 2015
Some of us may think that in order to know how to write kids need to know how to draw straight lines, curved lines, and circles, as well as to have a correct pencil grasp. However, these are not the only things we need to teach our children.
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?
Feb. 1, 2015
KidsAcademy congratulates everyone with Halloween and please read through a short rhyme that we've prepared for you.