Education doesn’t have to be boring. Learning can be loads of fun for kids, especially when it involves working on your speech skills with an iPad. And there are a ton of speech apps on the market now. Finding what’s right for your child is the key.
Lisa Gonidakis, a speech pathologist at Akron Children’s Hospital, believes in the power of tablet apps for kids experiencing speech difficulties. But she cautions buyers, beware.
We’ve officially entered generation tech. A study by Internet security company AVG found that more kids ages 2 to 5 can play computer games than ride a bike. And while the availability of technology can certainly create concerns with overuse, they have a very real and valuable place in our lives.