Technology for preschooler

I would like to improve technology in my classroom using the basic website design for preschooler like IXL, seesaw, abcya. Students will be more motivated with animation learning programs.That will be more beneficial for preschooler. I think using those app for little ones will be time consuming for teachers.

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June 28, 2023

Hi there, if you are looking for some new ways of bringing technology into the Early Years, I highly recommend looking at Marc Faulder's website which has a lot of wonderful ideas. I also recently ran a series of 5 workshops for the ACS Apple Regional Training Centre all about the 5 creative elements for iPad and how to tap into EYFS framework through student creativity. You can view the recordings of these workshops and access the resources I shared below:

Early Years Can Create Workshops

I think the key thing is to think about what you want the students to achieve when using technology, and what capacity you and your teachers have to create your own original resources that are customised to what your students are learning about. We should be looking to move beyond young students using technology to "consume" and rather engage their brains to actively "create".

 Using iPad microscopes to explore


Using tools like Freeform on iPad and Keynote, teachers can make simple resources that can be accessed over and over by students throughout the year. Below are some of my sample Freeform boards made for little learners.

Animals of the World 

Ocean Sounds


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