Witness the Children Develop their Skills in a Surprisingly Entertaining Way
Ceasarea, Israel -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/12/2019 -- artNsmart.com is pleased to introduce their Limudisk Gaming Series for parents who wish to see their kids learn as they play. Gone are the days when parents used to worry about their children playing video games all day. These are the days of Limudisk where every game the children play teaches them skills – be it learning alphabets, solving maze problems, learning Hebrew letters or improving their vocabulary. The series is divided into 4 parts to cater to the learning needs of children of different age groups.
The alphabet letter games for instance develop and motivate learning, attention and concentration; they encourage independence, creativity and imagination. The games have become popular amongst the parent community as well as most kindergarten homes, play schools and pre-schools. "I acquired Limudisk for first grade students without hesitation. I can report pure enjoyment of the use of the game, learn to connect letters to words, listen intently to the story, and enjoy an enjoyable game and learning session", says Liat Ram's mother.
Each game in the series consists of multiple games with approximately 40 to 60 different learning challenges in every game. This allows the kids to advance to further levels and learn more as they go up the ladder. The games are now available for purchase on both Windows and Mac operated devices and computers.
To know more about Limudisk games visit https://artnsmart.com/learning-the-alphabet-easily-using-limudisk-letter-games/?lang=en
artNsmart, https://artnsmart.com/ based at Israel is a company that offers interesting and interactive games for children. They have developed games for children of different age groups such as: Early Childhood Foundation 2-5; Letter Games 4-6; Preparation for first grade 5-7; Thinking games 6-9; and Learn to read Hebrew 4-7.
Address: 16 Dror Street, Ceasarea, POB 5507 Israel
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