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Here are some best practices we use when teaching little ones with technology.
Unique gaming accessory for the iPad
Fosters learning in creative problem solving, art and STEM
Pick from a large library of word banks or create your own
Single Player or Multi-Player options
Non-competitive or Competitive Mode
Visual and spatial problem solving
Visual and audio feedback
Multiple levels of difficulty
Fosters creative problem solving skills
Difficulty levels increase
Use inventive objects to guide the balls towards the targets
Minimal steps to complete the task
Action prompts are easily identified
Projects share from the device
Fosters the child’s creativity
Attention spans vary depending on the age of the child
Ages 2-3 years can focus for
4 -15 mins
Ages 6-7 years can focus for
Ages 4-5 years can focus for
8 -25 mins
Get students up and moving through:
“Clean” YouTube videos to:
Protect yourself from awkward situations and questions
Protect students from inappropriate images and ads
Find all your “go to” websites in one place
Saves instructional time
Focus student’s learning
Symbaloo for students
Symbaloo for teachers
Put it All Together
A child's attention span varies depending on the age of the child.
Children ages 2-3 years of age should be able to focus 4 to 15 minutes
4-5 yeas of age 8 to 25 minutes
6-7 yeas of age 12 to 35 minutes
8-9 years of age 16 to 45 minutes
10-12 years of age 20 to 55
If the child is interested in the subject or activity attention span may be longer.
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