Hi, and welcome to the blog. This is a new feature for us here at MyLittleUni, and I wanted to talk a little about why we’re doing it.
At MyLittleUni we’re really proud of our apps. We think they’re a great way to help children learn at a time when they’re particularly eager to take in information. You can see it in the eyes of young children, that wide-eyed excitement as they gaze at the world, wanting to know all about its wonders. The things that they learn now will set them up for the rest of their lives, and if we can give them a head start then all the better.
We want to share our enthusiasm and knowledge with you. But we also want to know what you think. Parents have great insight into how their children learn, and we want to make the most of that. You’ll see what works best for your child, what interests them and helps them to learn. And in the same way that our apps can help children learn, we can learn from you to make better apps.
To get that conversation rolling we’ll be sharing some of our ideas here. We’ll tell you about the apps we’re developing and get your feedback on what you would like to see. We’ll share some of the research that has gone into the apps and the reasoning behind them.
We’ll also be asking you for your feedback on our existing apps, so that we can do better in future. I’m really proud of what we’ve done so far, but we’re always striving to do better.
All of that will make the blog useful for us, but we want it to be useful for you as well. So we’ll be sharing ideas about education and opportunities to learn, as well as resources you can use to make learning fun. We hope that you’ll find them helpful.
We’ll also be getting guest bloggers in to write about their areas of expertise. And if you have great ideas that you think would be useful for other parents then please let us know. We want this to be a real community, somewhere we can all share and learn, so that the learning can be passed on to the next generation.
I hope that’s got you interested, and that you’ll keep coming back to read what we’re sharing here every week. In the meantime, if you have any ideas, suggestions or questions then please leave a comment below.