ADHD Children are:
- Who are Inattentive.
- Who are not follow the instructions?
- Who are Blurt-out at inappropriate comments at an inappropriate time.
- Who is a troublemaker?
- They have not able to stay Quite.
Living with ADHD as an adult has many challenges. Parents and teachers might feel like a child isn’t listening to them even when they are speaking to them. For those Such Children’s, Here’s a 5 Best Apps to benefit children with learning and attention issues to control who is with ADHD.
This simple electronic matching game features around 30 farm and safari animal cards to flip and match. When kids succeed at a match, they’ll hear cool animal sounds and see the animals do a cute jiggle. This app is perfect for developing concentration, memorization, and cognitive skills.
2. First-then Visual Schedule
First-Then visual schedule application is designed for caregivers to provide positive behaviour support. For individuals with communication needs, developmental delays, Autism or those who benefit from a structured environment. Visual schedules provide positive behaviour support through the use of images that show daily events(i.e. morning routine or therapy schedule) or steps needed to complete a specific activity, (i.e. using the restroom).
3. Endless Alphabet
Endless Alphabet is a lot of fun as you choose a word, watch the letters scatter, and drag them back into place. The letters come to life when touched, wriggling under your fingers (doubly so when using Force Touch on a modern iPhone), and once the word is complete, you’re treated to a little animation that explains what the word means.
It is more expensive than many of the apps listed here, but it is still hugely popular on the App Store with hundreds of positive reviews.
4. Dino Tim
Dino Tim is a great way for younger children to get to grips with colours, shapes and their first words. Dino Tim’s family has been abducted by witches, and kids have to solve various educational puzzles in order to save them. The game involves solving colour and geometric shape puzzles, as well as running, flying, jumping and even a little bit of magic.
The aim of the game is to teach kids to recognize basic geometric shapes, as well as to learn about colours and even their first words. The game has been fully translated into a number of languages (French, Spanish and Italian to list a few) which provides your child with a great opportunity to learn a foreign language in a fun way, from a young age.
Another cool and cute game to make your toddler busy and happy. It is the simplest restaurant simulator where a child should cook dinners from 30 different ingredients. The instructions are easy to understand so it will be fun both for you and for your kid.
However, we know that today it’s almost impossible to take a tablet away from your toddler as we live in the age of technologies. Fortunately, the App Store is full of interesting apps for toddlers. So, turn the time your kid spends with an iPad into a useful and fun adventure.