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5 Most Popular Interactive Features of ‘3 Little Piggies’

Dec. 14, 2014

One of the most fascinating features of our book app ‘The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf’ is its interactivity. Interactive features are ‘tappable’ and bring kids unpredictable surprises. Tapping also involves children’s motor skills, which, as we, parents, know, have better be developed as early as possible.

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Dos in Reading Aloud (Part 4)

Nov. 30, 2014

Finally, here’s the last portion of reading aloud tips for you and your little bookworms. Leave time for discussion after reading a story.

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Dos in Reading Aloud (Part 3)

Nov. 23, 2014

Here we are again with some more tips on how to read aloud. Enjoy! If you feel your kids need a break, stop reading at an intriguing moment to make them look forward to the next reading time.

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Dos in Reading Aloud (Part 2)

Nov. 16, 2014

Here’s our Friday blog post where we continue talking about reading aloud. We are offering you a new portion of reading aloud tips.

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Dos in Reading Aloud

Nov. 9, 2014

Our previous blog post was dedicated to the advantages of reading aloud for little kids. We’ve done a thorough research into the topic and found a lot of useful things to share with you. There are some great tips that you, as the one who reads aloud, will definitely benefit from.

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How To Increase Kids’ Attention Span

Nov. 2, 2014

Have you noticed that some children can stay concentrated on a task longer than others? The reason for this is their attention span. Attention span is closely connected to the age of a child.

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Which Names to Choose for our Next App Characters

Oct. 26, 2014

This blog post in the story time series is going to be different from the previous ones where we published our personal stories. The thing is that our next app is going to be a book app, and we thought it would be unnatural to make up stories about the well-known fairy tale.

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Digital Books vs Audio Books vs Print Books

Oct. 12, 2014

Have you ever wondered why your kids prefer one book over another? Why do they spend hours thumbing through the pages of an interactive book and never even touch a print book? Let’s compare digital books with 3 other types of media for kids to see what makes them so versatile.

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How to Revise Letters at Breakfast

Oct. 5, 2014

So, summer vacations are almost over and there’s little time left before your kids go to school. One of the most common daily routines during the school year is breakfast. Nutritionists advise to have breakfast regularly because it speeds up the metabolism.

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Why There Are Uppercase and Lowercase Letters

Sept. 28, 2014

Once upon a time in a distant land called Letterland there lived a family of friendly letters. They lived happily and never argued with each other. People loved letters because they formed words, so little children could learn from them.

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