Every year a new selection of toys hits the market, with many of the newest additions being sought after by girls and boys who want the latest fun gadgets to play with.
Can you teach a 3 year old to code? Is that even possible? In this post we review the Fisher Price Think and Learn Code-a-Pillar and test it out with a preschooler, the youngest age the toy is designed for.
Give your preschooler a fun jumpstart into the vast world of coding with the Code Karts coding app for preschoolers. This exciting new app from Edoki Academy puts your child in the drivers seat of a cool race car as it helps them learn how to sequence, process if-then statements and work on building their problem solving skills.
Virtual reality in education is a really exciting time in children, and adults, lives. There is something amazing about being immersed in a 3D environment that compels students to come back for more.
Kids love to make things; from baking cookies to creating pasta shell masterpieces. But with kids spending more time on tablets and computers, how can we get them to keep creating in a more virtual world?
Since 1934, Lego has been a staple in every kids playroom. From wooden toys, to plastic blocks, Lego has now embraced the tech generation with their Lego Technic sets.
When you think board games for older kids, there is a pause because it is not a highly advertised market. However, there are plenty of enticing board games for teens out there that will have them coming back to play over and over.
Pull your kids away from the screen and into a book with these popular Minecraft books for kids. Let them get sucked into the world further within the pages of a Minecraft novel or guide.
“I’m bored” – two dreaded words on a long journey or rainy day stuck in at home. Although mobile tablets offer a world of apps and games to fight boredom, what happens when a battery dies, or a screen cracks?