***** 5 Star Kids App " rated by TopBestAppsForKids.com:
"There are a lot of successful stories about this app, which we have noticed, as Morning Kids is the only unique and popular one of a kind app, which is available in it’s professional and inviting design"
Morning Kids is for you if you dream of having a good start to the day where your children happily jump out of bed, go to the toilet and get dressed in record time without you having to rush them. Do your children dream of playing their way through the morning routines? The app Morning Kids makes the routines into a game and helps to create a good atmosphere in the morning.
“When the app is running morning routines are completed without me having to remind the children about them. We have made up time in the morning and are now ready 10 minutes earlier than we used to be. I can thoroughly recommend the app to parents who have children between 5 and 10 years old.”
“Our daughter, who is 7 years old, used to be the last to finish her routine in a morning. This is not the case any longer; she now finishes 10-15 minutes earlier than before and also thinks that it is fun. We gladly recommend the app to other parents.”
The app is a tool not a set of instructions. It is flexible and can be individually set up according to the child’s level of development and what is important to the individual family in the morning.
With Morning Kids children are engrossed in getting ready for the day ahead and play their way through the morning. They experience success by: being able to guide themselves through important routines, remaining focused and not allowing themselves to be distracted. The app means that morning routines are recognisable and the sequence of the tasks is the same, so children can relate to what has to be done in the morning.
Although as a parent you are also focused on the task, you do not however, interrupt the child and need not remind them about all the things they must remember to do; which results in a morning with a good flow for you and your child.
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