Does your child like to learn new words while they play? First words for Toddlers and Preschool Children is part of a new series from Kizzu which helps children to learn and game children of early preschool age key word groups starting with ‘action’ words.
Action words are taught to toddlers and preschool children at a young age in most educational curricula because they introduce the concept of verbs in a simple and familiar way. Our First Words app will help your child to learn and recognise up to 48 new action words while playing a fun new game. Each time the child interacts with the app, the character will perform a surprise action! This encourages little ones to learn new action words while they play. Children are introduced to the sounds of the words through a clear voiceover, which is available in both American and British English. Our apps are designed to give children the confidence to have fun as they explore and develop their skills.
First words has been tested and approved by our expert panel through each stage of the development process and the interface has been specifically designed with toddlers and small children in mind. This ensures the app meets the expectations of teachers, parents and toddlers everywhere! Early ones Educational toy boxes for little ones to play with. Toddlers Teaching words and numbers whilst keeping it fun! If you would like to hear about Kizzu and the children’s educational learning apps we produce please sign up to our email newsletter.
Do We Reveal Too Much About Our Kids Online? When Should You Get Your Kid a Cell Phone? From the time they can grasp an object in their hands, children reach for electronic gadgets of all kinds, particularly our cell phones and computers. A smartphone is a high-tech cell phone that runs its own operating system, allowing the user to talk, email, surf and take high-resolution photos and videos. A tablet computer does everything your laptop does but in a small, portable flat form with a touch screen. Here are some helpful tips on when and how to introduce your child to one or both of these technologies. Wait Until Preschool Just because toddlers like to push buttons and watch videos does not mean they are ready for a computer.
Experts recommend waiting until your child is at least preschool age. Your child may be ready sooner or later, depending on the level of supervision required. Jeannie Galindo, supervisor of instructional technology for the Manatee County School District in Florida. In an unsupervised environment, I wouldn’t recommend a smartphone or tablet purchase for a child until at least between the ages of 11 and 13. Parental Guidance Suggested Experts recommend parents be very involved in their child’s experience with electronic devices, especially at a young age. You can help your child get more out of a smartphone or tablet by sharing in the experience. However, doctors warn not to underestimate the learning power of reading a book with your child or spending time exploring the outdoors.