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When I had my first child 14 years ago I remember pouring over books and websites as I was so clueless. I had no friends with kids and my mom’s advice was not the freshest. There was so much information out there and it was overwhelming. As I had more kids I figured it out but I still had to look things up as a refresher. Plus the Academy of Pediatrics changed guidelines too as my kids grew.
For moms today there is an all-in-one parenting app from Teaching Strategies called ParentPal. The app features 3,500+ fun, age-appropriate ways to engage in meaningful play throughout the day. It basically helps parents with how to connect with their children and spark their brain development. Parents get daily activity suggestions and can explore more tips.
Do you need help turning everyday activities into meaningful moments?
Honestly, I would have loved this app with my last child as I feel like I rushed with her because I was always so busy. There are videos, songs, games and 273 suggested reading activities paired with almost 50 different books and stories, which are designed to encourage everything from literacy to social skills to parent and child bonding. Whether it’s a beloved classic or a new favorite, ParentPal’s Storytime activities provide tips for making storytime fun and engaging.
I had no clue there were ways to make things like bath time, bedtime and even car rides more engaging.
With ParentPal, you can replace online searches and worry about what’s “normal” with confidence, knowing you have everything you need to help your child thrive.
80% of the human brain is developed by age 3…
By using an app like ParentPal, parents can get the guidance they need to thrive.
Check out ParentPal
You can sign up for a free trial to get started at ParentPal.
WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive a 1 year’s subscription to ParentPal ($69.99/year) & a copy each of the following books:
- Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young by Jack Prelutsky (0-3m)
- The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown (3-6m)
- Hop on Pop by Dr. Seuss (6-9m)
- Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See by Bill Martin, Jr. and Eric Carle (9-12m)
- The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (12-15m)
- Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey (15-18m)
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