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Teaching Kids with Tablets

Teaching Kids with Tablets

As a parent, you always wish the best for your children. You nurture and feed them and provide them the best chance to be happy and healthy in their lives. Helping your child develop and learn reading, writing, speaking and even learning itself, is key to opening up their future opportunities for them.

Technology affects all of our lives in many, many ways. So many kids seem to understand all the computers and cell phones and social networks much better than their parents. Now, there are even more technological tools and gadgets that can help your young children learn basic developmental skills and content skills such as math and reading.

The Tablet Computer, whether an iPad, Android or other specialized device has truly come of age in the home learning arena. We’ve got some leading companies that make this easy and fun for both you, and more importantly, your child. In no particular order, here’s a list that you can research to see what works best for your child in terms of age, easy of use, and learning objectives:

First is VINCI. VINCI offers devices, learning kits and apps, learning dvds and toys and a complete award winning learning curriculum for toddler, pre-k, and kindergarten aged children.

Next is LeapFrog. They have tablets, games, apps, and reading systems targeted for the 3 up to 9 years of age, and learning toys for toddlers and up to 9 years. We’ve included the link for their #1 best selling tablet products on Amazon.com

Finally, although they are not tablet-based. we’ll mention Hooked on Phonics. You’ve probably heard about Hooked on Phonics (HOP) award winning learning systems for years. Targeted for 3 through 8 years of age, HOP uses dvds, cds, storybooks and more to engage and teach your child better reading and cognition skills.

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