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Educational and Fun Activities for Kids

27

Sep'15

Match Pairs: Match the Pictures to Their Shadows

The following images will challenge your child's visual discrimination skills by asking him to match full-colour pictures to their all-blue shadow. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge.

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01

Apr'15

Kriss Kross Word Puzzles for Kids

Kriss kross is one of the most popular of all puzzle types. Like a word search, this puzzle requires no background knowledge or clue-solving ability, and is popular as a language-learning tool for reinforcing spelling and building vocabulary.

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02

Mar'15

Arrows Exercise with a Twist

This exercise consists of four levels and develops a variety of skills such as directionality, sequencing and divided attention. Divided attention is a higher-level skill where you have to perform two (or more) tasks at the same time, and attention is required for the performance of both (or all) the tasks.

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02

Jan'15

Printable Alphabet Worksheets

These alphabet worksheets will supplement your pre-schooler or school beginner's education and help make early literacy learning fun for your child! Click on the thumbnails to enlarge; to print...

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01

Jan'15

Crossword Puzzles for Kids

Our printable crossword puzzles are not only fun, they are educational too! Doing crossword puzzles is an easy and fun way for children to improve their vocabulary and spelling, become familiar with a subject, or just to enjoy themselves.

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23

Oct'07

Logical Thinking Exercise (Answers Included)

The relationship between logical thinking and reading is well established in the literature. It has been said that “there is no reading without reasoning,” and even that reading is reasoning. Besides being important for reading comprehension, it has been proven that specific training in logical thinking processes can make people “smarter.”

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