Alphabet Match is a fun educational activity where children must match letter sounds to beginning word sounds. For example "A" = "Ant" Children flip cards to make a match between the letters and the words. All letters and words are sounded out for children as they play the game.
What letter comes next?
Children learn alphabetical order in this fun educational computer activity . Put the alphabet in the correct ABC order by clicking and dragging the letters. A fun way for kids to learn the alphabet.
Use the letters to make words!
Children can practice alphabet, number, and punctuation recognition by clicking and dragging magnets to the refrigerator.Children will hear the letter or number when they click on a magnet. Practice writing names, birthdays or short messages.
Take a trip
Take a Trip is a truly unique activity. Children carefully move a ball through a map of a town while trying to avoid going off of the path. Children will pass different landmarks and be introduced to them one at a time. The activity provides good hand-eye coordination as well as mouse manipulation skills
Cyber-Five is a short animation which introduces children to five helpful rules to be safer on the internet. Join Hippo and Hedgehog as they introduce and review the five rules. There is a multiple choice quiz at the end of the animation for assessment. The Cyber 5 story concept is by Jillian Palmieri of www.bystander.us
Find the Technology enables kids to develop computer-related vocabulary through two different activities. The Review activity works like interactive flash cards. Objects are presented individually at the pace of the player with names, pictures, and descriptions. The Find activity challenges players to locate objects scattered in a room. When an object is located players must select a definition that best describes the object from multiple choices. All objects, descriptions, and questions have full audio support and can be read aloud to the player. Have fun and try to find all the objects in a few attempts possible!