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Fascinating Tech assistive tools for kids – Part One

Technology is making the world a better place and more inclusive, and is gradually disrupting every industry, including parenting. There a number of technology platforms and tools that contribute to making parenting and nurturing children a tad easier.

There are a couple of platforms and tools for the 21st-century parent, and this infographic breaks down the platforms and tools used for general learning, learning a new language, social media for kids and a safe search engine platforms for kids as well.

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Blackboard is dedicated to helping you solve your most critical challenges in today’s ever-changing environment to increase your students’ success.

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Duolingo is a platform that includes a language-learning website and app, as well as a digital language proficiency assessment exam. The app and the website are free, although Duolingo also offers a premium service for a fee.

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ClassDojo is a classroom communication app used to share reports between parents and teachers. It connects parents and teachers on a student’s conduct and performance through real-time reports as well as a feed for photos and videos during the school day.

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YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids is a video app developed by YouTube. The app provides a version of the service-oriented towards children, with curated selections of content, parental control features, and filtering of videos deemed inappropriate viewing by kids 12 and under.

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The Seekapor Educational Information platform gives students, teachers, parents and schools free access and connection to a series of online-based tools. This makes it easier for them to perform tasks conveniently.

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Science360 Video Library immerses visitors in the latest wonders of science, engineering, technology and math.

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Flow Free

Flow Free is a puzzle game for iOS and Android released by American studio Big Duck Games in June 2012. The game presents Numberlink puzzles: each puzzle has a grid of squares with colored dots occupying some of the squares.

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Encarta Kids

Encarta was a digital multimedia encyclopedia by Microsoft. There was a more complete version called Encarta Premium made in 2008. It had more than 62,000 articles and many photographs and illustrations. There was also music clips, videos, maps and timelines with some activity games.

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