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Moto Z Play – Turn SmartPhone into Projector for classroom learning

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Enjoy Summer and Year-Round Family Fun

Looking for a unique way to have fun with your family? Would you love to get huge savings, too? How about an annual Pass for FREE entry into Sea Life Aquarium, Phoenix Zoo, Enchanted Island, and more?    Sign up for Pogo Pass memberships            Get amazing discounts and Create a lifetime of day-trip and vacation memories! Pogo Passes also let your family enjoy Golf
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The Best 10 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Appreciation for STEM – A Learning System They Will Love

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math and it’s a way for your child to learn about their natural affinity to one of these disciplines. Their ability will strengthen as you give them subjects and project to investigate in one of these fields. Every child is different, but all children have an aptitude to some type of academic subject. In order to keep
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The Learning Toys that Listen!

            What could be a better gift for any holiday than an interactive toy that stimulates your child’s creativity while teaching and giving your child ideas for stories, adventures, and the ability to learn any subject? Ubooly is one of the most exciting and special gifts you can choose for your child. You don’t need much to use Ubooly
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Summer Combo Camps – Technology & Spanish

SPANISH AND TECHNOLOGY COMBO CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Ages: 3-11 years old JUNE 2-27 HALF DAY AND FULL DAY OPEN HOUSE ON MAY 3rd from 1:00-3:00-RSVP AT info@spanishkiddos.com Gilbert, AZ – April 15, 2014 – Ken Chan and Claudia Moreno, owners of Future Kiddies and Spanish Kiddos announced that their organization will conduct a summer Spanish and Technology Combo Camp beginning Monday, June 2 and
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Spring Technology Field Trip – Apple Store Field Trip

Dear parents, I have been working with Apple Store last few weeks to set up another field trips this Spring.  We’d just finalized the detail today.   For most families, last apple store field trips was a huge blast.  And it really is a way we say thank you for supporting our program.  For new families, we are putting technology field trips twice a
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When Kids Learn How To Email — You Have The Control!

When kids are four years old, they already know how to use a computer, cell phone, or table. That means by the time they are 6, they could be receiving emails. The world was quite different than even 15 years ago, not to mention 30 years ago. Kids start early communicating with their friends. If they want a playdate, they can just email their
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“Zoom In” on Earth’s Hidden Mysteries with “Zoomy”

Turn your computer into your child’s own personal science class! Zoomy is a multi-functional, handheld digital microscope that plugs into your computer and opens up a whole new dimension for your child. So easy to use—just hold the blue egg-shaped microscope over the object you want to explore, twist to adjust the focus, and a full-color, precision image will show up on your computer
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The Best PAID Software Program for Protecting Your Children from the Surfing the Internet

Net Nanny Review – Parental Control Software The internet often serves as a wonderful and convenient knowledge bank. However, when it comes to children using the web for gaming, education and research, or to simply watch videos and read, it’s almost always best to use parent control software. The idea behind this type of software is quite simple – it allows you to ensure
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Turn Tech Time into Kindergarten Readiness

If your child likes to tap, swipe, and press buttons — then check out these important K-readiness skills your child can easily learn from using technology. Letter Recognition Letter Recongnition is one of the most essential K-readiness skills.   Your keyboard — even the one on your phone or tablet — mixed up al 26 letters, which just waiting for your kids to tap.
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