Academics' Choice Announces Top Brain Toys, Books, And Media of 2014
Academics' Choice helps consumers find exceptional
brain-boosting material. It is the only international awards program designed to bring increased recognition to publishers, manufacturers, independent authors and developers that aim to
stimulate cognitive development. A volunteer panel of product-appropriate judges, including parents, educators, scientists, artists, doctors, nurses, librarians, students and children,
evaluate submissions based on educational benefits such as higher-order thinking skills, character building, creative play, durability and originality. Only the genuine
"mind-builders" are recognized with the coveted Academics' Choice Awards.
Aptos, CA (MMD Newswire) December 2, 2014 -- Academics' Choice today announced the winners of the Fall 2014 Academics' Choice Awards, a prestigious seal of educational quality, reserved only for the best mind-building media and toys. These are recognized worldwide by consumers and educational institutions as indicators of genuinely effective learning tools that stimulate the mind, and provide potential for the student to fully develop higher order thinking skills. A total of 28 products earned the award this fall. The full list of winners is posted online at www.academicschoice.com/2014.
Winner - IXL
"We designed IXL not only to be the premier website and app for Kindergarten-12 mathematics and language practice, but also to be an environment where curiosity thrives and where rigorous challenges build determination and confidence.
Winner - SMARTPLAYBOOK
"We are very honoured to receive the Academics' Choice Smart Book Award! The SMART Playbook's goal is to educate our tech-savvy children on social skills and manners and to help them develop character and grow their confidence. The recognition and stamp of approval will, without a doubt, help us spread our message to families all around the world." - Suzanne Wind, Author of The SMART Playbook
Premmies have often have difficulties in mathematics once they are at school. Parents who want to give their children an enriched start will usually fill their world with reading and verbal activities but may forget the importance of early numeracy understanding.