Hey there and welcome to our very first edition of LG News. First off, we’re delighted to announce that the LifeGames app has already hit 300 downloads! Thank you and welcome to all our new users!
The 40+ preloaded activities should be plenty to start making changes in the classroom and we hope you’ve already noticed improvements. Remember to let us know by sending your feedback! (If you haven’t downloaded it yet, grab your free app now for Android and Apple devices)
Also this month, we take a look at one of our premium activities, we’ve got a quick trick for you, and we’ll check out your latest comments on the app and book.
Let’s get started…
Feature Activity: Circle of Compliments
Compliments are great to receive but kids often have difficulties in giving them out. This short activity, aimed at 6-9 year olds, is designed to teach the value of practising kindness, helping to improve their self-esteem and relationships with others.
Circle of Compliments is part of the 6-9 Complete Pack available directly within the app. Open the app and select the 6-9 age group. From the main menu, select ‘Access more activities and features’, then select ‘Complete 6-9’ to complete purchase. This will give you lifetime access to all the activities for this age group and future activities added later.
Did you know you can sign in with your social media account or create a free account and log in to the LifeGames app? Then you can save all your favourite activities and reviews for future reference and access them from different devices.
Introducing LifeGames – book now available
Prefer to have a physical book of the activities? The Introducing LifeGames book contains 101 activities in all three age groups: 3-5, 6-9 and 10-12. (Large format, full colour illustrated, ISBN 978-1690781936)
Get your school in the local paper!
St. Mary’s National School in Carrigaline, Cork was recently featured in their local paper while using LifeGames. Seeing your school in the local newspaper is a great boost for you as teachers, the kids and the wider community, and we’ve got a plan to make it happen.
Send us a few pics of your class playing LifeGames activities, along with some feedback and the name of your local paper, and we’ll do the rest!
Help us improve. What do you think of LifeGames? Have some suggestions? Please send your comments to us via our website form.
That’s it for this month. Look out for the next issue in November!