Animals is fun-filled interesting app for kids which teaches them about animals eating habits and how they live. It is a simple yet learning oriented app that introduces kids with their favorite animals, their habitats, how they live and what they like to eat.
The best part of this app is its simple yet effective appeal that not only generates the interest of the children but makes them learn more and more about the animals. With over 50 animals in the game, it is the perfect app to engage your kids in these summer holidays.
While the app does not possesses any additional fun oriented features, but the visual appeal of the game and its engaging graphics keep the children intrigued in the game. Moreover, wide varieties of animals augment the fun in the game.
It is a wonderful gaming app embellished with astounding graphics and interesting narrations. While the interface is child friendly and simple to use, the background music sets the perfect atmosphere for playing.
Overall, with trendy graphics, interesting animal facts and great background music, this gaming app makes is an apt learning tool for children, especially the ones who love animals.
Wearing different costumes is the hobby of kids which they love to indulge in. Kids like to dress up in various professional characters like doctors, lawyers, police etc. Also, as some parents do not prefer their kids wearing violent character costumes at Halloween, occupational costumes are excellent alternatives.
So, if your kid is interested to play a character of a doctor or a pharmacist for Halloween or any other occasion, you would have to hunt for the costume. Some of the staples of this costume include stethoscope, scrubs and lab coat. Fortunately, for enhancing the child’s experience with a bit of realism, these dresses are available in a variety of sizes and styles.
Future? What future!
Remember the time when your parents told you about healthy eating habits and you did not pay much heed to them. Probably because you never fully understood how eating right could have anything to do with health issues. And then you grew up, experienced all kinds of health problems and then grasped the importance of eating right and healthy.
This is exactly how it is while teaching young children the abstract concept of future. They often cannot foresee the consequence of their actions for them. Hence it becomes difficult for them to gauge if an act will lead to disastrous results. If you tell a kindergarten child that if he or she does not ‘behave’ properly then he or she will be ‘punished’. To begin with the child may not know what according to you is ‘punishable’ or ’bad’ behavior. For example they may not be able to predict that throwing a sharp pencil at another classmate may hurt him/her. Also the threat of punishment may not come through. They may not fully understand the meaning of ‘teacher will be angry’.
Instead of losing your cool at the child, it is best to seat the child down and reason out with him. Ask them specifically if their intention was to hurt the other child, and how will one feel if one gets hurt. Another brilliant strategy that works with children is asking them if they had to redo the situation, how would they do it differently? This way you are concretizing the goal for them and helping them to think through situations before they act.
This has often worked for me, give it a shot! I would really like to hear your responses if this strategy works for you as well!