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07/29/2015

How to Use Apps to Help Your Child Learn

It’s no secret that children love gadgets and, if given the chance, would likely spend all their time using them. Whilst it is important for their usage to be in moderation so as not to neglect social skills, The Tutoring Center in Sammamish has some ways to share with you about how you can embrace technology with an educational mind.

How to Find the Right App for Your Child

When searching for the most appropriate app to help teach your child, consider the following:
  • Your child's age
  • Any specific learning requirements
  • Previous parental reviews
  • The rating of the app
If they are quite young, look for apps that display large objects and speak colours to your children to help them understand basic words and associations. If you are looking for more of a challenge, search for apps that can require more input from your child, such as problem solving puzzles or answering basic to intermediate questions.

How to Find the Right App for You

It is equally important that the app you choose also meets your own requirements. Ensure that any app that you choose is able to provide learning information in the form of a report that shows you your child’s progress. Apps that are able to identify any learning struggles are a great way to provide early identification of any learning concerns that may be present.

How to Boost Your Child's Learning Abilities

Tools of this nature are a great way to give you an advanced opportunity to address any learning concerns you may have. This information can be a great help to a learning professional at The Tutoring Center in Sammamish when providing  homework help, reading or writing assistance to your child. Call us now on 972 874 1999 and ask us about how private tutoring in Sammamish can boost your child’s learning abilities.

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