Kodable teaches children ages 5-6 years old how to write computer code. Kids learn through a self-guided game. Children drag and drop computer code to further their creature along on its way. The free application comes with the first 45 levels of the game. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.
PowerPoint may still be the standard for presentations even though it is a cumbersome interface and sort of feels like being trapped in a cubicle. Today's Cool Site of the Day, Haiku Deck, by comparison, doesn’t demand much know-how in order to start creating sharp-looking slideshows. Yes, like Prezi, Haiku Deck shows us that we don't have to settle for clunky and boring. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.
Today's Cool Site of the Day is Switch Zoo, one of the best kids websites--it has plenty of games to keep kids occupied and kids are always learning as they play. Kids can make their own animal, build the right habitats, and a lots more. There are also educational resources to help children learn even more. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.
Today's Cool Site of the Day is PEEP and the Big Wide World - one of the best kids websites, a fun and interactive educational site for 3 to 5-year-olds. The site has plenty to do and gives parents plenty of educational resources. There are coloring pages along with games, and the site offers activities for parents and kids to do offline. PEEP and the Big Wide World has plenty to keep young kids occupied and is a strong gateway toward building a true love for learning. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.