3 tips for challenging your brainby Julie Blais
3 tips for challenging your brain during the Christmas holidays
Outdoor activities and Ciné-Cadeau are great! But at some point, it’s also important to activate your neurons to keep your brain sharp during the holidays. To inspire you, we sought advice from two experts.
Cognitive loss in seniors: tips to slow it downby Julie Blais4 tips to slow down cognitive function in the elderly
Over the years, many seniors gradually lose certain cognitive functions including memory, language, judgment, and organizational and planning skills. Fortunately, in many cases, certain actions can slow this process down and protect these functions, which are vital to their autonomy.
The Animal Walk tablecloth: the result of a wonderful partnershipby Julie Blais
What happens when three businesses with educational missions join forces? An extraordinary children’s product is created: the trilingual The Animal Walk colouring tablecloth.
6 tips for homeschoolingby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
6 tips for homeschooling
This year, back to school is a particularly special event. Many parents will have to homeschool their children in order to protect an immunosuppressed child or parent, or simply by choice. Here are 6 tips for a school year that’s both educational and pleasant.
11 activities to do at home with your BiMoo tableclothby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Housebound with your little one? Use this time to get the most out of your bilingual BiMoo educational tablecloth. A great way to play by developing vocabulary, motor skills, emotional and cognitive skills, and more!
5 strategies to stimulate your child's languageby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
5 strategies to stimulate your child's language
Children are like corn kernels in a popcorn machine. Each kernel or child "pops" when he or she feels ready. Ready to walk. Ready to hold a spoon to eat. Ready to talk. Ready to…
4 irresistible characteristics of BiMoo tableclothsby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
4 irresistible characteristics of BiMoo tablecloths
Do you know the difference between BiMoo bilingual educational tablecloths and most tablecloths that you find in stores? Discover the characteristics that make these tablecloths totally irresistible.
Educational tablecloth - Jungle Animalsby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Experts have emphasized for many years the importance of educational games for children. BiMoo tablecloths were designed to allow children from 2 to 8 years old to develop their intellectual, physical or even emotional skills. They are available in 4 spheres: language, cognitive, socio-emotional and motor (fine and global).
Interview with Stéphany Laflèche from La Boîte à Parolesby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Interview with Stéphany Laflèche from La Boîte à Paroles
In order for an entrepreneur to be successful, they must surround themselves with partners who are complementary and loyal. This is certainly the case for Stéphany Laflèche, president of La Boîte à Paroles. We introduce you to the businesswoman...
Flexible seating, a new trend in teachingby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Flexible seating, a new trend in teaching
Have you heard of flexible seating? This is a new trend from the United States, which is gaining popularity in Quebec elementary schools. It may be a little destabilizing at first, for both teachers and children (and even some parents!), but flexible seating presents many advantages.
5 strategies to help teach your child a second languageby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Teaching your child a second language, like English, is not always easy... especially if you don’t excel in the language of Shakespeare yourself. We’re giving you 5 strategies to help your child learn more easily.
Nutrition: help, my child doesn’t want to eat!by LovelyApps Support Collaborator
Saralie refuses to take a bite of her shepherd's pie, yet the last time she ate it, she devoured the contents of her plate in two minutes. Elliot, for his part, refuses to eat cooked vegetables. Then there’s Liam, who has had a bird-like appetite for weeks, and barely touches his plate.
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