Cracking Up the Curriculum: Adding Laughter in The Classroom for Learning

Posted on Jan 30, 2024

Laughter has long been recognized as a universal language. It transcends cultural and linguistic barriers. Beyond its role in entertainment, laughter plays a crucial role in creating effective learning environments. Let’s explore the benefits of how it contributes to a more productive classroom. Community Building Laughter acts as a powerful icebreaker. It promotes a sense […]

Trapped in a Snow Globe: A Holiday Song for Everyone

Posted on Dec 8, 2023

The holidays are a whirlwind of tradition, filled with joy, but sometimes they can feel…predictable. Enter our quirky “holiday song,” an unconventional ode to togetherness that breaks free from the mold. Embracing the Spirit of the Season While we love classic carols as much as the next person, we believe the spirit of the season transcends […]

A Root-ing Toot-ing Tour of Plant Parts and How They Grow!

Posted on Sep 26, 2023

Ever looked at a leafy friend and wondered, ‘What goes on inside that green machine?’ Well, buckle up, plant explorers, because we’re about to embark on a root-ing toot-ing tour of plant parts and their incredible life cycle! From Seedling Sprout to Towering Tree Plants start humble, as tiny seeds tucked snugly underground. But they’re not […]

The Art of Space

Posted on Feb 27, 2023

Have you ever stopped to stare at a piece of art and wondered, “How did the artist make it look so…spacious?” Well, wonder no more! Today, we’re diving into the world of space, one of the seven elements of art, and exploring how it can transform a flat canvas into a mind-bending masterpiece. But before […]

Growth Mindset & Social Emotional Learning

Posted on Sep 28, 2022

Unlocking potential with the growth mindset and social & emotional learning Continued learning is key to unlocking our potential, building self-confidence, and exploring the world around us. But how we learn can have a significant impact on our well-being and performance. Enter: the growth mindset and social and emotional learning framework. These two concepts can […]

Form: It’s Not Just Shape with Ambitions!

Posted on Sep 22, 2022

Remember our awesome Shape Song? Well, buckle up, art explorers, because today we’re diving deeper into the world of shapes with its coolest cousin: form! So, What Exactly Is Form? Nope. It’s not the type of form you fill out. This is form in art. Think of it as shape’s older sibling, the one who dared to […]

New album alert! Listen to the English Language Learning Songs album today

Posted on Apr 23, 2022

We have something exciting to announce… A brand-new album! Featuring 10 original songs, this quirky yet educational album is all about learning the English language. It’s a hit with kids learning English. It’s a must for teachers teaching English. And it’s a whole lot of fun for ESL learners of all ages. English Language Day […]

The world’s first coding album for kids is here!

Posted on Feb 7, 2022

As computers take over the world (almost), we need even more people to tell them what to do (computers can’t think for themselves – yet). It’s no wonder teaching coding to kids has become increasingly popular. Problem is, there are still very few fun, engaging, and educational resources out there on the world wide web. […]

The Shape Showdown: Geometric vs. Organic Shapes

Posted on Jan 24, 2022

Welcome to another whistle-stop tour through the amazing world of art, where today’s spotlight shines on those funky little fellows—shapes! But not just any shapes, oh no. Today, we’re diving deep into the epic showdown between geometric shapes and organic shapes. Think of it as a dance party of doodles—a clash of the curvy and the […]

You can do it! How to harness the power of positive thinking when learning to code

Posted on May 31, 2021

When teaching coding for kids, you might notice some get frustrated and give up. It’s only natural. Kids have been exposed to language arts since they were born, math since they could speak, and gym since they could walk. But learning code for beginners and thinking like a programmer is an all-new, totally unfamiliar subject, […]