Category: Educational Games & Media

The 5 Keys of the ChildUp Early Learning Model

1. Newborns Are Ready to Succeed at Anything Any human newborn in good health is ready to learn everything, and be successful and even excel at anything. The thousands of genes of the baby’s brain are like switches just waiting to be turned on (or not!) by experience and the …
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Why My Kids Should Not Be the Center of My World?

“Why My Kids are NOT the Center of My World”, a blog post by Stephanie Metz, a 29-year-old American mother, got more than 750,000 hits and was shared two million times, generating a vast online and paper media agitation. Metz writes that modern parenting and thinking are making her crazy, “creating …
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Literate Indian Parents Buy Educational Toys for their Children

The demand for educational toys rises by around 15% a year in India due the growing demand from parents among the literate class of society. A trend that should keep up during the coming years. Any toy has potentially the double function to entertain AND educate. Some toys and games offer …
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ChildUp Multiplication QUADRILOGY: How to Multiply Easily 2 Two-Digit Numbers in Your Head.

                     

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Are Parents’ Use of Smartphones Impairing their Children’s Development?

According to a survey by YouGov, 20% of parents in Stockholm admit having lost sight of their children in favor of their smartphone. On the other hand, 33% of children in Sweden complained that their parents give too much time to their phone or tablet computer. This is a situation …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote TRILOGY (3-Digit Numbers Multiplication): How to Multiply Easily 234 x 890 in your Head.

Did you know that children – girls as well as boys – can learn to easily multiply 3-digit numbers in their head? Of course, before achieving this, they first need to learn to count and know addition and subtraction and the basics of multiplication. Then, the magic will happen. With …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote TRILOGY (3-Digit Numbers Multiplication): How to Multiply Easily 234 x 567 in your Head.

Did you know that children – girls as well as boys – can learn to easily multiply 3-digit numbers in their head? Of course, before achieving this, they first need to learn to count and know addition and subtraction and the basics of multiplication. Then, the magic will happen. With …
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The Mommy Wars Are Heating Up: Beware the Mommy Troll!

Parenting websites are becoming bloody battlegrounds where mothers play the role of online trolls in fierce competitive mothering. Do you know this new race of troll, hidden behind a screen? Beware the Mommy Troll! “In Internet slang, a troll is a person who shows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or …
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ChildUp Early Learning Quote TRILOGY (3-Digit Numbers Multiplication): How to Multiply Easily 234 x 234 in your Head.

Did you know that children – girls as well as boys – can learn to easily multiply 3-digit numbers in their head? Of course, before achieving this, they first need to learn to count and know addition and subtraction and the basics of multiplication. Then, the magic will happen. With …
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Children Don’t Read Because They Fear to Be Labeled a Geek by Friends

An increasing number of children feel embarrassed to read in front of friends, an activity considered as a geek attitude. A study by the National Literacy Trust shows that only about 25 per cent of children still read for pleasure. The main culprits may be their parents, a large number of them …
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