Yea. That thread was started during the time I had my cataract surgery.
Goodness gracious, I got lost with the toys, haha… never-never-land. Thank you so much for the additional recommendations, as well! Oh-so-very much Woo, a lot that I overlooked, once again. Ah, thank you, thank you, thank you
The premise of this seems very cute, like Honey I shrunk the kids, ^^ Likely only free today though.
…and I just so happened to get a nice hefty Amazon gift card from my employer last week. Ha, thanks @Danacscott! This does seem adorable with a nice plot and I am curious about the illustrations so I am gonna get a hard copy of it.
Oh you NEED this…It’s a game. It’s FREE right NOW!
Teach Your Monster to Read - Phonics and Reading
It’s says normally 6.99 for me; so I am guessing it’s 4.99 US.
Absolutely no in-app purchases, hidden costs or in-game adverts. Perfect for kids
That’s so cool! I’m glad to hear that, since I was thinking the same thing - it’d be awesome in hard copy. Maybe some time, I can. Let us know how you like it please
Awesome - tytyty! May never start too early with learning
Most definitely will! The least I could do
I am always surprised at the stuff I get in my emails and RSS feed. And because I am busy, they sometimes pile up. Here is some “learning software products” in Win and Linux. Keep in mind I have not tried any of these but I got these from reliable sources.
"GCompris is a high quality educational software suite, including a large number of activities for children aged 2 to 10.
Some of the activities are game orientated, but nonetheless still educational.
Here is the list of activity categories with some examples:
- computer discovery: keyboard, mouse, touchscreen …
- reading: letters, words, reading practice, typing text …
- arithmetic: numbers, operations, table memory, enumeration, double entry table …
- science: the canal lock, the water cycle, renewable energy …
- geography: countries, regions, culture …
- games: chess, memory, align 4, hangman, tic-tac-toe …
- other: colors, shapes, Braille, learn to tell time …
“KStars is free, open source, cross-platform Astronomy Software. It provides an accurate graphical simulation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. The display includes up to 100 million stars, 13,000 deep-sky objects,all 8 planets, the Sun and Moon, and thousands of comets, asteroids, supernovae, and satellites. For students and teachers, it supports adjustable simulation speeds in order to view phenomena that happen over long timescales, the KStars Astrocalculator to predict conjunctions, and many common astronomical calculations.”
“Childsplay is a collection of educational activities for young children and runs on Windows, OSX, and Linux.
Childsplay can be used at home, kindergartens and pre-schools.
Childsplay is a fun and save way to let young children use the computer and at the same time teach them a little math, letters of the alphabet, spelling, eye-hand coordination etc.”
**Saved for future! Thanks, chic! KStars is something I may start using now, though. I think it would be awesome hooked up to the projector.
As always, thank you very much
I am not sure why they associate “monsters” with learning but here is a different “monster game” with numbers. It’s free not sure for how long.
"Math games for kids: Addition, subtraction, mental arithmetic, division, times tables. Learning games of counting numbers and sequence for preschoolers. Perfect for the young children too!
Monster Numbers is an excellent educational game for learning mathematics for kids: addition and subtraction, times tables, multiplication, sequences and division, mental-math calculations and problem solving for k-12 school.
A fun edutainment application. Run, jump, count, add, substract, multiply and divide to win. It’s an actual game!
Highly adaptable edutainment design! It is suitable for all ages!
AGE EDUCATIONAL CONTENT:
- Ages: 4-5 (Preschool):
Children from ages 4 and 5 (kindergarten) will find age appropriate games to match their maturing level in mathematics: counting coins, logical sequence, number recognition, association quantity and numbers, sums of sets of coins (easy addition)."
And it goes all the way to:
“- From ages 16 to 100 :)) (Secundary School and adults) : the game will be a great challenge for this age range as well, increasing the difficulty of the mathematical operations and the rest of the levels.”
a remnant of the cultural zeitgeist from such works as:
there’s also a free product called teach your monster how to read or something like that, it’s pretty good
This here is a free Kindle book for the day. Kinda cute