- Discover Interactive Children's Books for the iPad
- Introduce Your Child to Interactive iPad Apps
- Educational iPad Content Is Also Available From iTunes
- Turn Off Internet Connectivity Before Handing Your iPad to a Child
Turn Off Internet Connectivity Before Handing Your iPad to a Child
No matter what type of content you opt to expose your child to via an iPad, it's an excellent strategy to place your tablet in Airplane more after downloading and installing eBooks, apps, audio, or video content, to help ensure that your young child can't inadvertently access inappropriate content on the Internet.
Plus, if your children will be using interactive apps or eBooks, it's a good idea to supervise their iPad-related activities and not reply on the tablet as a babysitter, as you might if you were to sit them in front of a television set to watch a movie, for example.
Your iPad can be used as an educational tool, but it can also be used when spending quality time with your child. After all, your child will get more out of you reading an eBook to them (or allowing them to read to you) than they would experiencing even the best-produced "Read Aloud" eBook.
Plus, there are a handful of activity and game apps that parents can easily experience with their kids to create a fun, slightly competitive, and/or bonding experience.