Words fly off the page as learning goes through the roof for Kindergarten

Narrator AR are using Augmented Reality to engage Kindergarteners in essential early learning as schools face distance learning challenges around the world.
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Early Learning with Augmented Reality
Early Learning with Augmented Reality
PERTH, Australia - Sept. 14, 2020 - PRLog -- Engagement is one of the biggest challenges with distance learning in Kindergarten. With 85% of brain development complete by the age of 5, we need to optimise this window of opportunity.

Enter Augmented Reality.

Results show that children who are learn the alphabet using AR have significantly better results than those who learn using traditional methods. The magic of AR captures the limited attention span of young children and motivates playful learning.

Narrator AR uses intrinsic motivation to encourage children to pick up a pen and write letters and numbers on a page before launching their work, off the page, with rockets and unicorns using an AR app. Not only do children form a connection to their work they increase fine motor skills which contribute to vital brain development.

"Narrator AR is one of the few AR experiences designed especially for early education. The simple and safe platform builds confidence as students practice the essential skills of writing letters and numbers. The animated AR activity pages demonstrate letter formations while appealing to visual learners." - Jaime Donally EdTech Author Speaker Consultant| #ARVRinEDU Founder |@ISTE Author l @EdSurge Columnist.

Every activity in Narrator AR's learning hub uses AR to get children writing letters and numbers, moving around the room and creating stories. Launch letters off the kitchen table, levitate numbers off the ceiling, dance like a jellyfish and create stories like "Acorn told Pumpkin a secret."

Narrator AR has a self-guided, comprehensive, curriculum aligned program for early learners. This program provides daily AR activities that make teaching easy and learning fun. With Unesco reporting 91% students are affected by school closures, Kindergarten aged students are the hardest to teach.

"We've been using Narrator AR for 5 months now. It's easy to get my boys to sit down and do some schoolwork. It's like a game for them. They're at the point now where they are proactive with their reading and writing." - Gary Norman, Homeschool Parent.

It's been a tough year, on everyone. Give yourself a break while your children learn using Narrator AR. Get started now at the AR Learning Hub.


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