3P Learning – Mathseeds
Mathseeds is an interactive Web-based program, designed specifically to engage young learners and to help them develop a real love of maths. Mathseeds incorporates a range of highly structured, effective, research-based activities. The program has been built on best practices in pedagogical research into early learning, creating a program that is both educationally sound and highly motivating.
Mathseeds provides a highly engaging environment for young children who learn best through play. The instructional elements and interactive activities are set in contexts that are meaningful and relevant.
With more than 2,500 short, interactive Maths activities, lessons led by child friendly characters, and with their learning revisited and build upon in a systematic and structured way, pupils progress at their own pace through the core lessons area, while also exploring maths independently through the Mathseeds arcade and in the Maths themed playroom.
Designed with the focus placed on how young children learn best – though play and exploration, Mathseeds maximises pupil learning and equips pupils with the strongest foundation possible to achieve lifelong mathematical success.
3P Learning – Reading Eggs
Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities.
Children love the games, songs, golden eggs and other rewards which, along with feeling proud of their reading, really motivate children to keep exploring and learning
Reading Eggs Junior from 3P Learning is a learner-led interactive game-based resource designed to make learning to read fun for 2-4 year olds. Contained within the Reading Eggs resource for 2-13 year olds, Reading Eggs Junior is mapped to the EYFS profile – 2018 handbook and is based on the following early learning goals: communication, literacy, numeracy, vocabulary and alphabet and fine motor skills.
Enjoyed by over 10 million children worldwide, Reading Eggs Junior encourages a life-long love of reading through play and discovery. The resource is divided into over 250 read-aloud books specifically chosen for toddlers, videos featuring beautifully animated real-life stories as well as interactive games and activities where children develop phonemic awareness, vocabulary, listening skills, alphabet recognition and handwriting skills.
Big Bang Generation – Kokoro Lingua
For the first time, children can successfully learn a foreign language from children their age!
Our platform is inspired by the latest research in neuroscience:
• Young children have a natural curiosity for learning and their brain is a sponge.
• Children are born with the ability to reproduce all the sounds of the world.
• Age 3 to 8 years is the ideal period for learning new languages.
Our platform is based on an emotion-based learning approach:
• Children are taught in a simple and emotional way through games, songs and fun and master a new language in 12 months with an impeccable accent.
• Emotion and intuition are powerful factors in learning and memorisation.
• Early exposure to a foreign language promotes acceptance of social and physical diversity.
By supporting KOKORO lingua, you are endorsing an innovative project which focuses on:
– Universal education, for a world rich in collaboration and the exchange of information, knowledge and ideas.
– Joyful education, encouraging children to be confident, creative, free to express their ideas.
– Universality, love and acceptance, bringing children together around joyful discovery and learning.
– Caring and socially responsible approach, based on a true philosophy of well-being.
Dipongo – Dipongo
With Dipongo; we had enough seeing children stuck to their screens.
Dingo proposes a different usage of the digital through interactive stories that will mix the real and the virtual world, where children will become actors and think differently.
Fieldwork Education – International Early Years Curriculum
The newest curriculum in the Fieldwork Education family, the International Early Years Curriculum has been available since May 2016. Now in over 500 nursery and early years settings in 60 countries, the IEYC is a truly global curriculum.
The IEYC is a research-based curriculum and recognises the developmental needs of 2-5 year olds. It supports key areas of learning through holistic inquiry and play-based approaches that cover all curriculum areas including personal, social and emotional development.
The IEYC is structured around thematic units of learning designed to spark children’s natural curiosity. Our unique Process of Learning drives children’s learning and development through holistic investigation and play-based activities. As a curriculum the IEYC focuses on the process of learning rather than relying solely on learning outcomes to drive a child’s development.
The International Early Years Curriculum provides a wide range of benefits for classroom teachers, head teachers and most importantly the students are becoming more curious.
Kaligo – Kaligo
Pearson – Power Maths Reception
Power Maths Reception, developed by Pearson in conjunction with White Rose Maths, is a whole-class maths teaching programme which uses a blend of online and printed resources to combine the best of East Asian maths mastery teaching with UK EYFS best practice. The programme provides children in Reception with a firm foundation in maths skills and a secure understanding of numbers, enabling them to succeed in KS1 and beyond. In line with the government’s expectation, Power Maths Reception provides teachers with the tools to keep the whole class learning together.
Yellow Door – Pre-coding Penguins App
Launched in January 2019, our Pre-coding Penguins App has been developed from a unique idea with the help of practising teachers. Yellow Door’s innovative approach to technology successfully blends physical and digital learning experiences, where classroom and outdoor activities are further developed by our early years apps.
Young children are growing up in a technologically rich world and they need to be confident users of digital resources from the start. This app builds confidence in young children as they develop specific thinking and pre-coding skills. Featuring matching games, mazes, pattern making activities and a fascinating penguin facts section, this app will help children to practise their use and understanding of directional and positional language, which are key skills for early coding and logical thinking.
The appealing range of penguin activities will inspire matching practice, problem solving, pattern making and sequencing skills. Once children are secure with the physical skills of ordering and manoeuvring, they will have the confidence to apply the same skills in more abstract ways with early coding and digital interfaces. The app provides challenge and progression within the games; players are guided by hints and feedback while the rewards motivate ongoing learning.