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).
The 4 secrets of success of the Finnish school systemby LovelyApps Support Collaborator
The 4 secrets of success of the Finnish school system
What happened in Finland for students to begin performing so well seemingly overnight? The education system in the small northern European country underwent a complete overhaul, a colossal process spanning several decades. But what are the secrets behind its resounding success?
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.
Have you heard of sketchnoting?by LovelyApps Support Collaborator
After the cognitive map (mind mapping), sketchnoting is now making its entrance in the world of education. But what, exactly, is it?
Sketch + noting
Sketchnoting is a memorization technique that involves drawing a picture to illustrate an idea or concept, then completing it with keywords or short sentences.