Vocabulary Bingo at the DIF School. An excellent way to review Little Reader vocabulary!

Update from the KKIS (Keeping Kids In School) Project in Mexico The students at the DIF school where KKIS volunteers are now working spent a day playing Bingo with their vocabulary words this week. It is an excllent way to review vocabulary! We printed Bingo cards with 25 words they have learned from daily use of the English language Curriculum  by Brillkids called Little Reader, which is a part of a Scholarship by EEECF through LLI-Mexico. The volunteers held larger images representing the words and called them out one at a…

Learning Body Parts with Puzzle and Little Reader: a Hit at DIF School!

Update from the KKIS (Keeping Kids In School) Project, coordinated by LLI-Mexico We received several bags of school supplies last month. Among the treasures was a puzzle of Body Parts, just two pieces for each part – one with a picture and the other with the word – that fit together. The students have been studying facial features in the English and Literacy program donated by Brillkids called Little Reader, so I decided to give this a try yesterday. The photos show that it was…

University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen

[pink]Playa Del Carmen, Quintana Roo[/pink] ATT’N JOY KOLLER EDUCATION CONSULTANT PROJECT DIRECTOR  As a President of the University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen and on behalf of our students, I would like to thank the foundation EEECF for your kind contribution to our student’s population. Our students as well as their English teachers welcomed your English  Program,  Little  Reader,  with  such  an  enthusiasm.  They  have  been  using  it regularly, as a whole group activity and independently in our English lab. They have been…

Called, Commissioned & Empowered Ministries (Zambia)

Changing the lives of children through education How extremely grateful we here at CCEM-Int are to have received your email offering your ongoing support of our ministry vision.  I can assure you that the Operation Education arm of CCEM will definitely be an ongoing project as long as there are children who need to learn. In one particular rural village I personally visited there was a class of perhaps 15-20 children of varying ages.  Some as young as two and others as old as fifteen.  The…

Care For Kids: The Orphanage Farm Project (Zambia)

Written by Ronny Jander, Director for administration and finance, Care for Kids Orphanage First off all we would like to express our appreciation and how grateful The Care for Kids Orphanage in Zambia is for the received set of “Little Reader” and “Little Math”, which are a great help for us! Mrs. Rebeca Saiz introduced us to the concept of early education promoted by BrillKids and provided the program. [Show slideshow] We attached a few photographs to this letter so that you can see how interested our…

Busy Bug Home School, Zambia

Written by Elena Sukhacheva We are a Russian family with 8 children (ages 2-15 years). We are Christian volunteer missionaries in Zambia and we have dedicated our lives, talents & resources to reach out to those in need. busy-bug-001 ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 2 Our local projects include Christian, educational & inspirational seminars, vocational courses, educational programs for children, providing goods to the needy individuals. We are also involved with a training centre, teaching skills & trades and providing counseling. All our…