Kid-friendly apps

May 30, 2013 11:43:50 AM PDT
Experts, educators and parents are gathering on June 1 for Chicago Metropolitan Association for the Education of Young Children's 8th Annual Head to Toe: Midwest Interactive Infant-Toddler Conference.

Chicago Metro Association for the Education of Young Children has been the pioneer and reliable go-to resource for raising happy, healthy and well-educated children for 87 years. Do you have questions about what the brain science says about toddlers and touch screens, or how to select appropriate activities for infants? Perhaps you'd like to know how to effectively handle challenging behaviors with confidence? What's the latest information on sleep and autism? Then this conference is for you.

Open to the public, this conference is geared toward assisting parents, grandparents, educators, and practitioners of all kinds gain the practical knowledge they need to deepen their understanding on how to raise happy and healthy children ready for kindergarten. Continuing professional development and early intervention credits are available for teachers, nurses, social workers, dietitians, nutritionists and librarians among others.

For more information about CMAEYC please visit: http://www.chicagometroaeyc.org/

Conference Information: Saturday, June 1 8AM-4PM University Center Conference Chicago 525 S. State Street Chicago

Conference Registration: $75

Francis Judd's list of top 5 children's apps:

1. PLAY123 by CJ Educations

2. Penguin Pre-K: Preschool Numbers, Letters, Colors, Matching, and Math by Mrs. Judd's Games, LLC

3. Peekaboo Barn Lite by Night & Day Studios, Inc.

4. Collins Big Cat: It Was a Cold, Dark Night Story Creator by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

5. ABC ZooBorns by Peapod Labs LLC


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