During the last few months, I found some pleasure in cooking ( recipes will come back soon, I never wrote anything down – so I cannot share) . I also read some great books and played some games and got some new gadgets! Feel free to browse and gather some ideas. I wish I would have shared sooner, but I just wasn’t gathering my thoughts all together.
Lightbot: Code Hour introduces kids of all ages to the basic concepts of coding and the logic that computer programmers use to write code — all without having to actually code! Instead, the app has kids get Lightbot through different pathways by using functions commonly found in code.
With holidays coming, it is a good time to think about saving, soon it will be 2020!
Qapital– connects to your bank and can round up to add to your saving automatically , really neat tools on this one
You know how symptoms come and go and when it is time to talk to a doctor about them , you cannot recall? Well this app keeps track of it all.
Help Mr. Crab collect the numbered balls by dragging him with your finger – and drawing the letter at the same time.
Once all the letters in the word are drawn properly, a cute drawing will appear.
Ten skillfully planned lessons allow your child to progress at his own pace.
Review sessions follow each lesson.
Beat-the-Clock Quiz games give your child a fun gaming activity which increases speed-of-recall.
This is a really neat app, RescueTime, it is free with a paid version as well.
It allows you to set goals to help keep you on track. You can see how much time is spent on your computer. You can also set an alarm to tell you when you spent more than 2 hours on Facebook.
- Do2learn provides thousands of free pages with social skills, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills.
- Fun Brain Pre-K through 8, offers hundreds of free interactive games, books, videos, and printables that help kids develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy.