With this in mind, there are several websites that provide adults with a unique twist on traditional story time by means of the glorious amounts of technology we have at our fingerprints – a long distance story time!Not only are these options amazing for connecting with kids, but they also help to add some security to a world where mom or dad can’t be there at that moment -a calming voice when they’re missing you most.SAN FRANCISCO — Tim Ritchey is an expert in i Pad styluses — the pressure-sensitive digital pens that draw with pinpoint accuracy on an i Pad.Ritchey works for Adonit, a company that makes a line of Bluetooth styli for the i Pad.I discovered this by accident after updating to i OS 6. When your offspring attempts to get in to the Messages app, they’ll see a warning.Setting parental controls for i Message is a 2-step process: General and select Restrictions. It seems like they’ll be able to enter their Apple ID to get back in, but those options are actually greyed out and you can’t type into those boxes, which is hard to tell from this screenshot.On the software side, Apple is teaming up with IBM to develop apps for enterprise.In hardware, there are clear signs of a bigger i Pad with a 12.9-inch screen, including hardware leaks out of China.
The site explains that it’s hard to keep kids attention for a very long time while video chatting together, so they set about creating Kindoma so that video chats could be a fun experience rather than a frustrating one.
She proceeded to tell us, that her son in Grade 5, has been having quite the time video chatting with his friends. But that means, if your kids have an Ipod Touch, an old deactivated Iphone, a computer in their room, or are borrowing your Ipad, they have the ability to literally be “hanging” with their friends until all hours of the night unsupervised.
And that means, “hanging” in possibly inappropriate ways.
But when you can’t be there to read to them every night a little piece of what makes their world feel comfortable and secure is no longer there.
For a child, especially a young one, that can leave a deep void that needs to be filled.