The truth is – if you want to find an online game, there are many out there to choose from. But, there are few that will take your child to an online learning world of brain-boosting games.
Go Go Kabongo believes that kids learn best by learning to think. Along the same lines that instead of just feeding the hungry – teach him to fish or plant and harvest. Go Go Kabongo gets kids playing, thinking AND reading , because each game addresses a cognitive proficiency and then adapts to the child’s level.
Building cognitive skills ( the underlying brain skills that make it possible for us to think, remember and learn) are essential to reading and reading well. Children, generally ages 4 – 7, use critical thinking and problem solving strategies to play in the Go Go Kabongo habitats. Along the way they build and strengthen their natural abilities:
- Attention and Focus
- Successive and Simultaneous Processing
- Letter and Pattern Recognition
- Verbal Rehearsal
- Spatial Awareness
Go Go Kabongo is a splendiferous world of surprises and zany new friends! There are three habitats:
Each habitat has three educational games with multiple levels. You can try Laughter Lake, today, FREE. Following an app-style fee format: there’s a one-time payment of $4.95 per learning habitat. No subscription fee! And for a limited time, if you sign up for Twister Top – you’ll get Galaxy Gardens for FREE.
Kabongo tracks your child’s progress and reports to you each week!
Other resources available –
Activity Time “provides fun activities to extend the skills practiced in the online learning games.”
- Brain Play > Steps of a recipe
- Learning Crafts > Making a story
- Reading Time > Word up
Featured Articles “provide information and resources to help parents develop their children’s cognitive development and reading skills.”
- The Power of Play
- Is It a Reading Disorder or a Developmental Lag?
- Parent Proven Tips & More
Kabongo Blog – “News and promotions! Find out more about cognitive development and get expert insights from the minds behind it all.”
The mission of the Go Go Kabongo developers is “to challenge kids to become better thinkers, inspiring self-confidence through the joy of play.” Mission Accomplished with my young ones! My kids say, “Learning is Fun! with Kabongo.” It is worth noting that this program is still a “beta” program, meaning that occasionally there were technical wrinkles that Kabongo’s prompt support team worked to iron out.
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Many of my crew mates had a chance to use and review Go Go Kabongo, too. You can read their opinions by clicking on the TOS banner below…
This product was given to me, free of charge, in exchange, for my honest review, as a member of the TOS Homeschool Crew. I receive no other compensation for my reviews on this blog. The opinions expressed are my own.
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