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Edu Play Book Helps Families Connect During the Pandemic
Before naptime, while playing or before going to sleep: children love it when someone reads to them. And especially when grandma or grandpa does this. How do you do this now that we have to keep our distance? With the Edu Play Book app. With this app, you can record children's stories via a voice recorder, making it feel like the person reading is right there in the room with you. This brings grandparent and child closer together during these unprecedented times.
How do you, grandpa, or grandma record such a story? You can download the Edu Play Book app for free via tablet or smartphone. Open the app and click on: Record story and choose the story you want to record. In three simple steps, your story is selected, recorded, and send to your loved one. Parents or children can also choose their favorite story and send it to grandma or grandpa via WhatsApp or email. They will then receive an invitation to record the story, including a handy instruction video guiding them through the process.
In addition to reading stories, the app offers many more fun and educational activities, such as learning math and language through exciting minigames. And what's more, parents have full insights into their child's developments. The app provides an education report listing the subjects in which your son or daughter excels or requires a little more attention.
You can use the app for your loved one on a portable device such as a smartphone or tablet when traveling resumes, or when they need to be entertained at an event or even when your child is at home, and you want them to watch less television, but still use visual and listening as a method for them to learn. Edu Play Book can be used anytime and anywhere.
Edu Play Book is available free on Apple Store (https://apps.apple.com/
Tristan Johnson White