Crayola Light Designer- How Can I use it for Education?

You will find new tools being created every now and then to allow and support you in the homeschooling journey that you might be going after with your kids. Crayola light designer is one of these creations and it is actually one of those which we believe made it easier and much interesting for the kids to play while learning. The idea behind the Crayola light designer is to help you know whether the answer you have placed for the question you have already written is right or wrong. This is following the concept of the white board – or any board actually – but it has its own pencils which you use to write on it and then clean it with a piece of cloth. When you right a specific question on this kind of board, it could help you to know whether the answer written afterwards is right or not through the light; it will light up if the answer is right and it will not if the answer is wrong. This is not a tool that is used with maths and numbers only but it could be used with English words as well – like what we have done with drawing the cat and letting James guess the middle missing letter – so it works with maths and with English.

Share :

Best Plan

Individual
Access

£5.99

/Month

Unlimited Access

New videos each month

Access to all subjects

Access to all ages

Other Resources

HTML for Kids: An ultimate guide
HTML for Kids: An ultimate guide
Age: 7-9

It is practically impossible to talk about the web, its history and its development without mentioning HTML. This language that...

Read on
Facts about Cats and 30 of the most Amazing Cat Breeds to Know about!
Facts about Cats and 30 of the most Amazing Cat Breeds to Know about!

What is a Cat? The domestic cat is a type of small carnivorous mammal that belongs to the family “Felidae.”...

Read on

The best of the LearningMole geography tutorials. Follow for more great fun learning. To find out more about LearningMole please visit our about us page or visit more of our topics available. They include, science, maths, English and more.

Share :