Story interaction is a great way to boost your child’s narrative skills, build vocabulary, and help increase reading comprehension. Kate from Parr Library explores different ways to encourage interaction while reading books or even a book app. Stop motion and felt apps help children actively recreate the plot or favorite scenes from a story.
App Talk took a little break for the summer, but we are back with a brand new episode! In Episode 3, we explore ways to use apps as a family. As you engage in a conversation with your child they are building their narrative and socialization skills. The Joan Ganz Cooney Center has a wonderful […]
In episode 2, App Talk looks at using drawing apps with a purpose. Drawing apps can help build fine motor skills and narrative skills. Make sure that you test out the drawing app before handing it to your child, so that you can make sure the app is simple and easy to use. This month’s […]
App Talk was created to help you think about using tablets as early literacy tools and about mindful family media usage. Each episode will focus on a digital literacy tip. We’ll look a look at helpful app features and resources to help you decide what is best for you and your child. Sometimes that decision is […]
Boo! October is almost here and it’s the perfect time for a spooky, spine-tingling story. Here’s a list of some of my favorite books. The Graveyard book by Neil Gaiman Nobody Owens escaped being kidnapped by a man named Jack when he was a toddler. He is alive and safe in the graveyard, raised by ghosts, but […]