We often waste our free time scrolling through social networks, chatting with friends, or posting another pic on Instagram. But here is something more useful.
Today WeGoRo invites you to look through our list of sites that can help increase our mental skills. Let’s bring something new into our lives!
CogniFit Brain Fitness is an app where neuroscience and gamification are gathered for gray matter workouts. According to the app developers, using the app for at least 20 minutes 2 or 3 times a week can really improve your cognitive abilities. (iOS/Android)
TED-ED is a website for teachers and students that contains interesting educational videos under 10 minutes long.
Zooniverse is an online platform that allows you to participate in multifunctional science projects.
How Stuff Works is a comprehensive website with a myriad of topics, explaining how things actually work and turning these topics into understandable articles.
Unplug the TV is a site offering a pile of entertaining and educational videos. The simple format invites you to switch to a new video with one click or search through the archived data.
This American Life is a radio show discussing a specific theme each time where ordinary people share their personal stories and opinions. It can be listened to via podcast, mobile apps, or, if you prefer old-fashioned devices, on the radio.
Answerbag.com is a website for those curious users who “just can’t remember how lifting force works,” or “I wonder who the best basketball player of the 1980s was.” Answerbag has a very simple format, and you’ll definitely find the right answer.
Were these links helpful? Let’s enlarge our knowledge together — share your useful sites!