Monday, April 5, 2010

Internet For Kids

According to Ruth Manna, advisor, parents often ask her for help using the Internet with kids. Here's what she says:

1. Accompany k=Kids. Children in grades K-2 need assistance, both to safeguard them and teacher them how. Kids have a tendency to click all over without thinking ans are often drawn to pop-ups.

2. Control the Mouse. As you begin to explore a new site, you need to control the mouse. One she/he is familiar, a child can be more independent.

3. Read Direction. Many children's sites assume a child can read. Often young readers need an interpreter.

4. Demonstrate. As with board games and puzzles, young children play well and learn more quickly if a parent plays along with them. If a parent is enthusiastic, chances are the child will be too.

Tomorrow I will share Ruth's favor websites for kids.


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