The Web for Kindergartners
It came about after some conversations with an extraordinary kindergarten teacher named Barbara Brisson. One of the most technology-savvy teachers I’ve ever encountered, she was able to put her finger on a number of issues that limited the utility of computers in the kindergarten classroom.
Not the least of these is that the address bar in the browser is very hard for non-readers to use. And think about how to build a login page for someone who doesn't yet know the alphabet.
Curiosity Clubhouse, our experiment in the web for pre-readers has solved many these problems and added additional capabilities that have resulted in improved end-of-year reading and math scores for Barbara’s kindergartners.
For more information on the Curiosity Clubhouse project follow the Related Link