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Published Jun 08, 2013 08:51am

Passionrouge.com

Today we are going to visit a website that is dedicated to kids of ages three to seven years. This fun-packed website will keep kids learning and enjoying the educational activities, animations and games for hours. The homepage is a playroom with building blocks, music, shapes, alphabets, time, aquarium, puppets, dolls, insects, animals, finger paints, etc. By clicking on any of them you are taken to an activity or a game. For instance, if you click aquarium, you will be taken to a page with a fish or an activity relevant to it. Similarly, clicking a dot-to-dot will take you to a scene of the night sky with thousands of stars where you can click, draw lines, make pattern and finish dot-to-dot activity. Clicking a mannequin will bring you to a figure that can be posed in different ways. This activity teaches about how a human body moves symmetrically so it makes it easy for kids to learn to navigate through computer mouse. In short, each and every object in the playroom is full of activities and games and you will not know how fast time passes once you are there. The navigation is very easy and simple just as any kid would want from a website. Click a toy or an object and it will take you to its respective page, play with it and you can return to the homepage anytime by clicking the red fish at the bottom of the page. This is totally an ad-free website and you won’t get distracted while engaged in some activity. With beautiful melodies in the background and colourful layout, this website is absolutely perfect for young kids. Visit: http://www.poissonrouge.com/children.php for more fun.


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