Kid-approved games that instil first math concepts. Roll the dice, move the counters, lift-the-flaps, and learn with this fun-filled, extra-cool math game book for children ages 6-9.
The amazing interactive paper engineering in The Incredible Math Games Book will capture and hold your child’s attention, making practising math and play one and the same. With games like Zip to Zero, Shape Stepper, Math Maze, Times Tables Tug-of-War and more, kids will learn key math concepts while having a blast. Everybody wins!
Our boys love playing board games with us, so this Math Games Book has been a hit in our home. Each page contains a different game for us to play with a new challenge. Perfect for our 8-year-old to get some math practice without even knowing it. All fun and games, literally! We love it!
Newly revised and updated, the visual dictionaries are a quick and intuitive way to learn and recall everyday words in a new language. Introducing a range of useful current vocabulary in thematic order, this dictionary uses full-colour photographs and artworks to display and label all the elements of everyday life-from the home and office to sport, music, nature, and the countries of the world-with panel features on key nouns, verbs, and useful phrases.
A children’s book that explores the realities of virtual reality, explaining what VR is and how it works, and even includes an app download for five exclusive VR experiences and a cardboard viewer with stickers to make it your own.
Learn about the history of VR, from how it was invented to how it is used in the world today-beyond smartphone apps-and how VR headsets play with your senses of sight, sound, and touch to fool you into thinking you are somewhere else. Then use the included VR viewer and smartphone app download to come face-to-face with a T. rex, look inside a volcano, explore the Roman Colosseum, hop aboard the International Space Station, and peek under the surface of a pond.
This one has been fun for the boys to explore. My eldest built the VR viewer himself and then decorated it with the fun stickers included in the book. They both took turns exploring the virtual reality experiences and their favourites were the dinosaur exploration and the space station. Lots of great fun and a perfect introduction to VR technology in a safe way.
Disclosure: This is a partnered post with DK Books. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.
12 Comments on “Math, Virtual Reality and Language for Kids!”
These look like a great way to have some fun with learning! I think my oldest daughter would enjoy the virtual reality one!
I want the kids to practice more math at home so this game looks like a great option
I love books that help make learning fun! These ones look amazing, especially the math games book. My son would love that! Thanks for sharing. I’m going to check these out 🙂
I need to look into that math games one. My oldest is all about math.
this would be so great to help get Abel ready for school! Thanks for sharing 🙂
I really need these for my girls. Thanks for sharing.
These look very educational and quite entertaining as well. My kids love book of all kind, especially those which are interactive.
Having fun and learning at the same time is definitely the way to go. Kids act like sponges when it’s fun and not just boring hard work.
Those are some wonderful ways to make learning fun.
DK books really are the best and so well made. 🙂
Thanks for this article. Do you think learning a few interesting phrases from books will help learning English faster? I mean, if you are not a native speaker.
I think that reading enhances one’s knowledge for sure. But to keep motivated, try to read books with relevant difficulty level, i.e., not too difficult. This https://promova.com/blog/16-vivid-quotes-from-literature can help you with beautiful quotes from literature that you might learn and share with friends later.