0phidian wrote:Way to start her early, i wish someone had done that for me.
Games: gcompris, childsplay, tuxpaint, tuxtype, and tuxmath are educational games designed specifically for small children.
mypaint is a good drawing app for linux(though tuxpaint may be better suited for kids)
Maybe you could even let her play around with google earth, move the planet around, zoom in to places.
Fluxbox sounds like it would be perfect for what you want so id stick with it.
mookalovesgloop wrote:http://www.starfall.com<br><br>it's an absolutely free site that teaches kid's letters, letter sounds, all the way up to bona-fide reading....i've had my little one going there since she was about a year old....she'll be 3 next year and is *already* reading...i'm not just talking about hop on pop...i've had her read words from books i read over my shoulder...also make her youtube playlists...by doing this for my daughter she knows every nursery rhyme and can say/sing her abc and numbers up to 20 in english spanish and japanese...again i say--she'll BE three next year!!<br><br>hope this was helpful<br>peace and blessings<br>mooka
weekend hacker wrote:(she can't even speak her native language, so I'd rather not confuse her with english for another couple of years)
centip3de wrote:weekend hacker wrote:(she can't even speak her native language, so I'd rather not confuse her with english for another couple of years)
I would rethink that if I were you, studies have shown that kids brain's are pretty badass at learning languages. If you can immerse her in English for probably about an hour a day, and then in her native language for the remaining 23 hours, she should be fluent in both before you know it!
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
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