The Driving Kids online game proudly presents a new feature to improve in-game communication. Now every driving kid may send and receive fun e-postcards! The Driving Kids postcard library now contains 10 illustrated items with short messages, and that’s just the beginning!
Now every driving kid may send and receive fun e-postcards!
The Driving Kids postcard library now contains 10 illustrated items with short messages, and that’s just the beginning!
Social network services are popular among the adults, but should it be the same for kids? According to Retrevo.com report “Parenting and Social Media,” social networks are not for kids of pre-school and early school age: only 8% of respondents marked the age of 12 and lower as appropriate time to join social media.
Earlier we wrote about the communication preferences which bilingual kids have. Today we are focused on the process of learning a new language… and we found that the process also has advantages! For kids, it’s like playing a cool online game: especially when it’s online and educational software is reminiscent of popular computer games for kids. You think this is possible? One Michigan elementary school’s experience shows that it is!
“Michigan students play a computer game to learn,” as southbendtribune.com informs us.
Tags: communication skills
Is your child so talkative that his or her voice rings in your ears even when you sleep? Do teachers beg you to do something to make him or her quiet as a lamb? There’s no need to get on your kid’s case (we don’t think that’s a game you can win). Play it safe, just help them start chatting in a useful way! Take, for example, T-Bone Productions in North Carolina (USA).
“Online radio show lets kids be the DJs,” writes CITIZEN-TIMES.com.