April 24, 2014 -- Submitted by Tom, a reader from Finland, who is affiliated with the site.
Funny typing games for kids.
Touch typing games have become one of the most popular ways to develop typing skills in the classroom through the level of interaction they allow and the variety of students which they appeal to. While playing, students are also learning hand eye coordination and muscle memory. These are two of the most important elements of mastering touch typing.
Typing games have proven to be effective when it comes to learning how to quickly pick up a new skill. Students are challenged at just the right times and rewarded upon completion. The element of completing a challenge in exchange for a reward whether it be a certificate of completion or otherwise is often enough to make the experience one that students will remember.
August 27, 2013 -- Submitted by Reuben, a reader from India, who is affiliated with the site.
The site contains fun and unique typing games that help improve the typing skills of kids. The racing games contain 3 levels of difficulty Easy – Turtle, Medium – Rabbit and Hard – Car, so one can progress in his own pace. The “Type A to Z” game is real addictive, with Top 10 scores updating every day.
July 9, 2013 -- Submitted by Jasmine Parker, a reader who is affiliated with the site.
OnlineCourses.com compiles the best free and open college courses from biology to accounting, foreign language to science. It also provides videos, lectures, notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton, and MIT. It ensures that you get a world-class education from the world’s top schools and scholars anytime, anywhere.
July 9, 2013 -- Submitted by Don Gilmore, a parent from Simi Valley, CA, who is affiliated with the site.
MetricWorld.net contains a library of award winning animated video created for children to learn the S.I. Metric System. During production the content was supervised and approved by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Although everything looks great on desktop and large screens, the content is optimized for small screen devices like phones and tablets.
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