Early Learning Resources
Learning Resources Special Offer
Regular Price $ 119.95 (for 12-months)
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• Reading, Writing, Numeracy, Science and more...
• Interactive and engaging tool for children
• Monitoring and assistance through a dashboard
• Wide range of content coverage
• For up to four children
If you need a subscription for more than four children please contact us.
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Skoolbo is an engaging tool for children to learn without even realising. During the recent 6-week period of home-schooling our 6-year old loved the daily learning challenges; and would never complain about "schoolwork" when using Skoolbo after a morning of school provided learning activities. By the time she returned to school we were able to measure significant improvement in reading, writing and maths. Definitely recommend it for anyone home-schooling or simply as an additional learning extension as part of a program of online, offline and healthy active play" Liam and Amanda, Clann.
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We believe that a focus on early learning programs comprising a mix of offline, online and healthy active play is what makes using family care a smarter choice than informal care. Over the course of the past year we have used the following early learning resources as parents working with our daughter, particularly during the past few months of home-schooling.
Here are the links to the learning resources: