TellyQuiz Equalizes Public School Funding Shortfalls with a Free Website for Interactive Learning Fun

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TellyQuiz.com, an innovative interactive website for kids’ educational games and activities, unveils an all-new vibrant format and an inspirational Facebook page. Providing quizzes and competitive challenges for students grades two through 12, TellyQuiz fills in the educational gaps stretched thin by school funding shortfalls.

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Announcing a vibrant new look and a uniquely inspirational http://www.facebook.com/TellyQuiz Facebook page, TellyQuiz.com is shifting into high gear in its quest to keep kids engaged in after-school interactive fun. With funding cuts making it increasingly difficult for schools to serve each student’s needs, TellyQuiz provides free kids educational activities that fill the gaps.

TellyQuiz is designed just for kids from grades two through 12 and takes a totally unheard-of approach to academic enrichment. When students log on after school they “play” quizzes in the subjects of their choice and meet up with classmates for friendly quiz competitions. On TellyQuiz, kids are free to follow their healthy curiosity and explore their particular areas of interest through educational games and activities geared to grade level.

TellyQuiz kids can challenge themselves and others through hundreds of quizzes and math worksheets keyed to age-appropriate academic abilities. Practicing test taking strategies in an exciting game-style environment effectively improves their classroom performances.

The ”http://www.tellyquiz.com" TellyQuiz syllabus includes sciences such as Zoology and Physics, Math and Computer Sciences. Other categories include English, Social Studies, Geography and much more. Special sections help students brush up on subjects specific to tests like CBSE and prepare to meet the challenges of the GRE, SAT, and GMAT.

With clever strategies like a jokes section that reinforce the elemental lesson that learning is fun, TellyQuiz aligns itself with child psychologists and education experts who assert that play is an essential component of effective learning. Vibrant, interactive and pervasively positive environments, TellyQuiz.com and TellyQuiz on Facebook encourage students to participate in a safe, virtual world infused with inspiration as well as information.

TellyQuiz creator Gauthaman Thangaraju, a U.S.-based software developer originally from India, hopes his labor of love will give kids throughout the world that academic edge they need to emerge as well-educated and responsible leaders of the future. He developed the TellyQuiz curriculum in close collaboration with education professionals at all grade levels to ensure that the website effectively supports school curricula.

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