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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Week 3: Win a partial year INA Membership.

Week Three of the INA Giveaways for July starts now!,This is a for a INA partial year membership(valid July-December 2009-valued at $35 each). This giveaway is open to anyone-nanny or business owner- who has NOT been a previous INA member or is a former INA member that hasn't been a member since June 2008. There is one requirement to enter this week's giveaway. We will choose the winner of week two on Sunday July 26 2009 via Random.org. Entries are collected through Sunday at 12:00 pm noon EST.

Week Three Entry:

Required Entry:
Please let us know what your favorite Educational Kids Website is, please include a little summary of it and what age group it works best with! is in the comment section below.


You must include your email address in your entry, otherwise we can't contact you if you win!

Extra Entry for Week Three: (Two possibilities)

1. Send this giveaway to at least one nanny agency that is NOT a member of INA. Please leave us a comment with which Agency you let know about this, along with their website if they have one.

2. Send this giveaway to 3 nannies that you think would benefit from this giveaway. Please send us a copy of the email at regardingnannies (at) gmail (dot) com.

Remember you must follow all the rules to be eligible to win the giveaway. If you have any questions please contact us!


Make sure you share this giveaway with others. Agencies are allowed to enter too!

6 comments:

janstclair July 23, 2009 at 9:47 AM  

My favorite is starfall.com.
It's perfect for pre-readers and early readers, as it teaches leveled early reading skills through games. It is one of the only sites that have games that are educational and appropriate for this age, and it is the only one I know that does not use advertising and corporate characters at all.

And it's the only one I know of that a pre-reader can navigate independently right from the start.

I also recommend one that most people may not have heard of: http://www.faceturn.com/
This is a great site to use for kids who have trouble reading facial expressions, or just to teach emotions through facial expressions. There is a face that can be seen from any angle of rotation, and a drop-down menu of emotions to select for that face to demonstrate.

janstclair July 23, 2009 at 9:49 AM  

Oops! Forgot to leave my email address! It's janstclair@aol.com
Janice

nannydgrichards@hotmail.com July 23, 2009 at 2:52 PM  

My favorite website is sesamestreet.com. The baby is too young to sit thru an entire sesame street show but we will watch a few clips on the computer.It also has games.
Anotherfavoriteis the DSOkids.com. It is a website connected to the Dallas Symphony and allows you to explore the different instruments.
nannydgrichards@hotmail.com

Carli July 23, 2009 at 9:16 PM  

My first answer would be google.com! Lately my charge has been asking me the most bizarre questions, and we fire up the laptop to find the answer. Its his favorite pastime these days, and I love giving him the chance to ask whatever he wonders.

As far as an educational website though, www.enchantedlearning.com. They have a GREAT search for a ton of activities. Looking for a song about dinosaurs? Click on a link and you have a few to chose from. Can't quite remember that nursery rhyme? Its there. There are also links to print experiments, work book pages, writing ideas. Great all around website for young ones.

Carli
CarliM410@gmail.com

Caroline July 25, 2009 at 7:03 AM  

Funbrain.com is one I have used with previous charges.

donnayoung.com is another great website with many resources, although mostly useful for older kids.

homeeducationresources.com has a lot of preschool stuff.

I agree with Janice about Starfall, that's one of my favourites!

Caroline
eendje@xtra.co.nz

Marcia (CFN President) July 26, 2009 at 5:23 PM  

My favorite website for my charge right now is the fisherprice.com site. They have FREE online interactive games for the little ones. Including a game that teaches them ABC's and 123's. It's all very interactive and easy for the little guys because basicly all they have to do is bang on the keyboard to get the game to react to them. My charge laughs hysterically everytime and just adores the site.

My email address is: marciavandekieft@yahoo.com

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