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Digital World of Dinosaurs

Digital World of Dinosaurs

Today's we are going to talk about the digital world of Dinosaurs. I have 2 recommendations , one for ages 3-5 and the other for 5+.

For ages 2.5/3 to 5, fun play and learn songs about Dinosaur and different species , a sure hit with kids is the PINKFONG App called Dino World. I paid $12 for the full app a few years back, and the purchase is well justified. The songs are catchy and simple to learn the known species, and there are some fun games which kids really love.

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Now, this one is very exciting, not only for my 5.5 year old kids, but for us adults too. Once the kids have a little know-how about the dinosaurs and are ready for a fun learning series, then this Dino-Fiction series is for all you Dinosaur fans. You learn 2 to 3 Dino species in each episode. Its an Amazon Prime Series called Dino Dana.The story revolves round the protagonist Dana who gets this book of Dino's and the Dino's come to life in her daily experiences. We are a fan, if you follow it or if you start now, do let us know your feedback.

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Roaringly yours, 
Miss K

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Disclaimer:This is a new thread kick-off to share the world of digital learning as we explore at our house. Digital recommendations may include good/clean TV time for kids, learning apps and similar information. This thread is not propagating media usage or an advisory board for how much media should be consumed by children - those are best answered by your pediatricians or your specific situation.
At our house we allow media consumption in moderation - we call it "Triple M" - Monitored Media Minutes - we moderate time and content access, and its allowed in restricted and moderated ways to take the vantage points of the digital age and keeping a level of exposure just like all other learning concepts. .

TV Series Recommendation - Word World

TV Series Recommendation - Word World

Today's recommendation is a TV series called WordWorld. If you have kids in the house who are learning to read, understanding the letter sounds, vowels and consonants, rhyming words and other basics these TV series will enhance the experience and make"learn to read" animated.

We watch this series at out house occasionally now, it was more often a year back, my son got enthusiastic with rhyming and spelling with this series. Every character or object is a spelling illustration and they have concept based episodes. Some of the episodes I really liked are Alphabet Shuffle, where one friend throws in the consonant and the other vowel, and how when both friends are not talking to each other they cant form a word. Their rhyme and spell episodes are really good too.

We watch this series on PBS, here is a you tube link to one of the episodes- https://youtu.be/uDZ_nJoXxz0

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Disclaimer:This is a new thread kick-off to share the world of digital learning as we explore at our house. Digital recommendations may include good/clean TV time for kids, learning apps and similar information. This thread is not propagating media usage or an advisory board for how much media should be consumed by children - those are best answered by your pediatricians or your specific situation.
At our house we allow media consumption in moderation - we call it "Triple M" - Monitored Media Minutes - we moderate time and content access. Media is allowed in restricted and moderated ways to take the vantage points of the digital age and keeping a level of exposure just like all other learning concepts. 

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Yours Truly,

Miss K

Learn Chess App Recommendation

Learn Chess App Recommendation

“For better and for worse, digital technology is now an irreversible fact of our lives,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake. “In a digital world, our dual challenge is how to mitigate the harms while maximizing the benefits of the internet for every child.”

This is a new thread kick-off to share the world of digital learning as we explore at our house. Digital recommendations may include good/clean TV time for kids, learning apps and similar information. This thread is not propagating media usage or an advisory board for how much media should be consumed by children - those are best answered by your pediatricians or your specific situation. 

At our house we allow media consumption in moderation - we call it "Triple M" - Monitored Media Minutes - we moderate time and content access, and its restricted enough, yet allowed to take the vantage points of the digital age and keeping a level of exposure just like all other learning concepts. .

This week we have been trying a few different apps for learning Chess for my 5 year old daughter. She has learnt a few basics from us, but we do not have the know-how on how to teach it step by step or how we take this forward. I have explored some classes but they are very expensive where I am located, and its not my requisite yet. So to further her interest in Chess we explored some apps which may help. The one that we really liked is called ChessKid.com - this has lessons and then simple game play at a beginner level. The app follows a step by step curated Chess Curriculum with lesson plans. Its great for beginners with absolutely no prior knowledge. 

I recommend trying it this app if your child has early interests in Chess. 

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Yours Truly,

Miss K

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