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Parenting Apps

Lauren Anderson, Blaize Buzash, Taryn Bulter, Marissa Blunt

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Vroom is a free accessible app that provides science-based tips and tools in English or Spanish. It helps parents connect with their children and help develop their brain starting at a young age (from birth to age 5). The purpose is to find creative ways that parents can utilize in their children’s lives in moments of mealtime, bathtime, or bedtime. It is important that parents have positive connections with their children to grow strong and flexible and  build skills such as self control and problem solving. “Since 2015 Vroom has grown to support nearly 200,000 families in all 50 U.S. states over 80 countries around the world”.



Mental Up supports improvement in your children’s learning disabilities. This website has exercise games for your brain like attention, memory, verbal intelligence, and word games. The scientific games from MentalUp help accelerate your kids' learning process to overcome any learning disability. MentalUp mainly focuses on dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, and dyscalculia. MentalUp can be used on phones or computers and has easy access for your kids. 




Learning Ally Audiobook Reader

Learning Ally Audiobook Reader allows your students to search up the book they need to read for class or for fun. The audiobook reader shows the words so students can follow along while listening to the book. The app can also be easily navigated and many schools use this for their students with dyslexia. 



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ClassDojo is a great communication resource for students, teachers, and parents. ClassDojo has many other features within it that organizes classroom management into one app. Some of the features ClassDojo highlights are direct messages, communicating to parent's updates in the classroom, allowing parents to see how their child is doing, schedule events, and add reminders. This app is free and is growing in popularity. A teacher posted on Twitter saying, “I'm new using @ClassDojo and I'm so excited after seeing so many features that I can use in my class! I really like the "making groups" and "noise meter" features. So cool!”


"According to a survey, more than 45% of elementary school students use at least one digital learning tool every day, while 64% of middle school students and 63% of high school students use digital learning tools daily".

Learning apps enable students to access educational materials anytime and anywhere, making it convenient for remote.


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ClassDojo. (n.d.). Classdojo. Accessed 19 Sept. 2023.

Cole, L. (2022, March 10). 22 best apps for learning disabilities - mentalup. Accessed 19 Sept. 2023. 

Learning ally. Learning Ally - Together It’s Possible. (n.d.). Accessed 19 Sept. 2023. 

“Vroom.Org :  Boost Your Child’s Learning with Fast and Fun Tips.” Vroom.Org | Boost Your Child’s Learning with Fast and Fun Tips, Accessed 19 Sept. 2023. 

Use Vroom to help young brains grow strong - YouTube

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