Kids Rule – Online Interactive Learning

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In the house, our IT department have 3 laptops (2 in good shape and 1 is in ICU), 1 PC, 1 broadband modem, 1 wireless router and zero printer. Most of the time, the laptops will be occupied by me and my wife for doing some blogging, surfing and other works. We are comfortable because we can individually use our own laptop peacefully without interrupting each other.

However, I think the new generation is going to rule over us. Recently, we’ve introduced e-learning to our kids and they immediately liked the new education method. Ikhwan, Marsya and Alya became so interested and amazed with the colourful photos/screen, animation and the sound. Before this we never thought about searching those learning tools for kids from the internet. Well, there are a lots of those stuffs in the virtual world for us to grab and use for our kids.

After Goggling the net, we found 2 interesting interacting learning website which are ABC Alphabet and Phonemic Awareness for Kindergarten and Pre-school; and Online Learning Games from Fisher-Price. The kids love the interactive learning website a lot that it is difficult for us to stop them to use the laptops.

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Ikhwan using his mother’s laptop (Alya is checking out what Ikhwan is doing) while Marsya is using my laptop.

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They simply love the interactive learning process. Luckily, Alya did not fight to use the laptop. If not, maybe we have to get another laptop for her!!!

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They are learning via StarFall.com website.

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Learning “h” for horse…the website pronounced the letter “h” and “horse”. This is help the kids to learn and understand the meaning of horse and how to pronounce it.

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We’re glad that there are alternative tools to educate our kids. However, we could not 100% let them learn through the website or software. They still need to learn how to write and count manually by themselves. They need totally understand the concept. The interactive and animated e-learning process should be regarded as a different way to educate our kids creatively and to have fun.

Fisher-Price

So, for those of you out there who have kids, you can try it. While those of you who are dying to get married and have kids, consider this as some early information to educate your kids. The most important thing is that we are able to provide quality education for our kids efficiently and effectively. Adios…

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24 Responses

  1. Aisyah says:

    oh, wow. This so cool. I myself never thought of this. Should as well introduce this to my 6-years-old sister.

  2. zaki says:

    @ Aishah,

    Yes, it is cool. But sometimes things can get nasty. My son, after learning, will ask to play online game!!! Luckily there are tonnes of online games out there – which means it is free. But, still we have to monitor them while they are learning online.

  3. titan says:

    Ehm..even i’m not have kids yet, but i believe its a good for our kids.

  4. syia says:

    alahai..comei2 je.. dulu2 mase syia kecik internet tak secanggih sekarang. sekarang ada banyak learning tools..jelesnye hehe

  5. zaki says:

    @ Titan,

    Yea…it’s good. You can use it for your kids, when you have… πŸ™‚

    @ Syia,
    Takpe la….nak jeles buat apa…reeki depa la….ye tak…

  6. laptop yg your girl on tu sebijik like mine…wah ni baru la rumah ICT!!!! …btw anak2 ko comel2 belaka…ikut bapa dia ha?

  7. zaki says:

    @ Alie d14,

    Is it? I just bought that laptop end last year. He eh….Rumah ICT!!! Hehe…Hopefully yes la…Still need to add up the printer, server, more laptops, CCTV, satellite…

    Cute children…thanks….combination of me + my wife.

  8. am says:

    owh dah faham…

    zaman sekarang bebudak kolej or u pun gitu… sebab dalam internet dah ada segala macam info… akhirnya assignment pun ambik kat tenet jer…

    anak2 zaki untung ada mak ayah yang tahu benda2 camni untuk dibagi pada mereka… tambahan pulak capaian internet dah mudah sekarang..

  9. zaki says:

    @ Am,

    That’s true Am. Not only the small kids are fortunate, but the bigger kids, teenagers and baby boomer are lucky because of the IT revolution. Just imagine what the world was like in the 90s….that time the internet was still on infant stage. i myself only had my first email account (from hotmail) in 1998.

    Yes, I consider my kids (and others too) fortunate because we are providing them with various learning tools. But, there are still a lot of people out there who are unlucky because they cannot afford to have a pc and internet facilities.
    Maybe we can think of something to assist the unfortunate…

  10. catzer says:

    supercoool….i want to learn it too.. πŸ˜€

  11. zaki says:

    @ Catzer,

    hmmm….i think you’re a little bit old for that….but, feel free to go to the respective website and check it out…. At least you learn it first, then you can teach it to your future child… πŸ˜‰

  12. Adlina says:

    Oh wow… I can get my niece n nephew on those sites and let them have fun~ They refused to move from Nickjr.com , so I guess I should find more interesting sites for them to occupy πŸ˜›
    Kids today… So smart with computers…

  13. webworm says:

    You really care about your kids ! GREATS !!!

  14. zaki says:

    @ Adlina,
    Try the sites that i mention.

    @ Webworm,

    We care, so do you… πŸ˜‰

  15. azwanhadzree says:

    πŸ™‚ comel anak-anak kau

  16. zaki says:

    @ Azwan,

    Thanks bro…

  17. Aizat says:

    this is useful when i have kids in the future..

    what do you think shaz? hehe

  18. zaki says:

    @ Aizat,

    Wah…wah …wah…siap berbincang pulak ngan aweqs…;) cool!

  19. zaki blogjer says:

    This is better, my young cousin more to the myspace, friendster and YM when on the net.

  20. zaki says:

    @ Blogjer,

    How young is your young cousin?

  21. am says:

    yerla dalam tahun 80s-90’s computer waktu pakai blue screen pun paling murah 10k… siapa la mak ayah yang mampu nak bagi anak2 komputer masa tu…. start internet revolution on 98 is the 1st time i had my own website and email from hotmail… website tu kat friendpages tak taula kalau ada lagi ke tak…

  22. zaki says:

    @ Am,

    Ye la….that time a computer is bloody damn expansive. Now, everything has become very cheap. If one cannot buy them cash, they can still purchase via easy payment system. 1998, you had your own website…very good, very early. I tried but i guessed I’m not good at it that time. Now, only, I’m trying, learning and struggling to be good at becoming a (part time) webmaster.

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