There are plenty of websites that make learning fun and interactive, helping your child get over that dreaded back-to-school slump. WTM has come up with a few options to help the transition back to the classroom.
Demystify the equations of algebra with helpful knowledge through a supplementary programme that can be used with any maths curriculum to provide students with a concrete foundation. It uses the visual instructional approach developed by Dr Henry Borenson to make concepts easier to grasp, which is proven to increase interest. The site can be used by kids from grade three onwards.
This website encourages children to lead a healthy lifestyle by educating them through a host of online games. It combines interactivity with immersive stories in a whimsical land of friendly monsters. Nutrition and exercise topics include eating fruits and veggies, meal balance, portion size, beverage content, food groups, nutrition labels and aerobic activity.
With a variety of study tools for developing strong vocabulary skills, this website ensures that your child will be the next spelling bee star. It was initially created to save teachers time by automating spelling tests and to empower students to study independently through engaging game-based learning activities.
FruitPhonics makes learning a fun adventure. Phonics based literacy schemes have proved to be effective methods of early literacy education for kids. Using online video and an interactive 3D animation platform, FruitPhonics has designed a way to aid conceptual and psychological development from a young age.
Need something fun to do with your tot on the weekend? DLTK features a variety of printable children’s crafts, colouring pages, worksheets and activities, including projects for holidays, educational themes and a plethora of favourite cartoon characters.