3D Build & Play is the world’s first 3D printing product for ages 4+. From the maker of the award winning 3Doodler Start, 3D Build & Play brings together the power of 3D creation and storytelling in a fun, easy to use way. Use the 3D Build & Play and special molds to create Jim the Giraffe and his friends, and read along with our specially written story and “pop-up” backgrounds as you take them on a journey from the jungle to the city, and back again. As a tactile learning toy, 3D Build & Play teaches fine motor skills, hand-on learning and three dimensional thinking, all while cranking away and having a ton of fun!
The goal at Governor Morehead School in Raleigh, North Carolina is to have all students “strive for the highest levels of educational excellence and integrity in all of life’s endeavors.” As a residential school for students who are blind or have limited vision, this goal presents unique challenges to their staff. That’s why Caitlin Powell, a Residential Life Trainer at Governor Morehead School (GMS), and Janet Perez, the Instructional Technology Specialist, were so excited to find a STEAM resource like Cubelets.
A celebration of friendship, selflessness, affection, and giving, Valentine’s Day is beyond just red roses and (cookie-cutter) gifts. And what better day to teach our tiny tots some lessons in love than V-Day?
Cozy up with your little one and show them how love can come in all shapes and sizes – and here are our top reads that will help you do just that!
Many kids today get their first smartphones when they are 11–12 or even younger. A majority carries a gadget around by the time they are in high school. Peer pressure does play a role, and phone-free kids see everyone around them fidgeting with their phones. The decision is yours, however, and in this post we discuss the pros and cons of that purchase, as well as provide tips for choosing a gadget if you decide to buy one.
Children with autism are slightly more prone to injuries than children in the general population and those with non-ASD-related developmental delays – as found in a recent study published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Specific factors leading to this higher rate include hyperactivity, anxiety, cognitive delays affecting causal reasoning and sensory issues. If you are a parent of an autistic child, injury prevention begins with identifying the biggest risks so you can successfully reduce the dangers of each one.
Kids can go from the playpen to the schoolyard in the blink of an eye, and with every inch of freedom they earn, keeping tabs on their movements becomes harder. For example, you might not even know for sure whether your bundle of joy is attending class.