You TELL Me Stories App, Based on Years of Language Development and Brain Research on How Children Effectively Learn
By Greta Jenkins
Praised by the academic community, You TELL Me Stories app immerses children in stories and then encourages them to recount details of the story in their own words. Featuring delightful artwork and engaging content kids learn and have fun too.
New research shows that HOW, not just how often you read to your child makes a difference, You TELL Me Stories app builds onthe of the way children learn language. Reading time becaomes a time for iconversations between parent and child.
The first two books from You TELL Me Stories, Oscar Goes to the Zoo and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, are available now on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch through the iTunes store for $1.99. Additionally, members will be emailed a FREE coloring book that matches the book they’ve purchased. The Android app will be available in 2013.
The app includes:
WordWinks commentaries, questions to ask, and vocabulary.
Retell, Record & Share your young child can retell the story in his or her own words and instantly share the recording with loved ones.
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