Kabongo Gets Kids Reading!
The lazy, hazy days of summer are coming to a close. The days are numbered until the first morning bell heralds the start of a new school year. While you're busy scurrying around trying to check off everything on your child's back-to-school supply list, don't forget about what is most important...academics.
Don't worry, you won't have to purhase a load of workbooks or software for your kids to benefit from this idea! I'm talking about the online gem that is Kabongo. Kabongo is web-based learning tool that plays like a game (actually nine different games, if you're counting...and I hope you are)!
This colorful, interactive site offers learning galore and the price is right. So right, it's currently offered you at no cost. That's right! You can even access their premium games with the coupon below.
Kabongo is designed for kids ages 4-7, and it promotes all of the skills necessary for the successful reader. Let's face it, reading is of utmost importance. You're doing it now. It's how we learn everything else! But before we can read fluently, there are other steps to master. Can Kabongo help? Check!
Here are all the great benefits your child will get from playing Kabongo:
Attention and Focus
Not that your child would be too interested to know that. They'll just know it's fun. You'll know it's fun... and then some! I sat down to check the site out and my 11-year-old walked by. He said, "Hey, what's that? It looks fun!" I had him play, too, just to see what he thought. He gave it the thumbs up, even though he's been reading for years!
Of course, I had to view Kabongo from the lens of social-emotional development (because that's just my thing) and I must say, there are several benefits in this area, too. Self-determination, decision-making, confidence builidng are just a few that come to mind immediately.
Yep, Kabongo...it cannot be beat when it comes to learning fun and developing crucial skills! Go! Go now! Play Kabongo!
Spin-Doctor Tip: Never let young children play any online game without your supervision. Start practicing internet safety right from the start!