Manini [Education] App Description & Overview
The task of the application is to motivate your child to act on his own and gladly complete all the tasks.
You can use the app:
- only as a motivation board to teach life skills;
- only as a chores chart;
- both as a motivation board and chores chart;
You should add only one task for training if you use the app as a motivation board.
The task may be to go potty several times a day.
If you use the app as a chores chart, you plan the day for your child as you wish.
Every day can have its plan.
You can combine both the motivation board and chores chart. Then, the daily plan should include both the tasks and skills the child has already
mastered and one new task he is learning now.
Our advice is to train one skill at a time. Come to the next one only when the previous skill is mastered.
By the age of 3, your child will have mastered all the skills essential for successful development.
Using our application you will help your child become independent in a playful way. Together with your child, plan what tasks he must perform on their own, let it be noted to complete the task. Once a week (Sunday) you can view the report for the week and analyze what is not working and get a reward.
Our application contains 40 tasks for children from 1 year. For example: brush your teeth yourself, make a bed, go to the potty, wash dishes, take vitamins, sleep in your crib, feed pets, etc.
What is the application for:
1. Help parents raise happy and successful children.
2. Reduce the number of conflict situations in the family.
3. Help the child become independent.
4. Make the learning process and motivation less stressful and more playful.
5. To instill the ability to achieve goals.
6. Help the child feel confident in their abilities.
Frequency of implementation;
Easy understanding (only pictures);
Horizon of achieving the goal - a week;
Keep a board for several children;
Choose from 40 options for action that you want to instill in your child;
A child of any age can mark completed tasks;
Set how many points a child needs to score per week;
Keep automatic scoring;
Plan activities with your child every morning;
At the end of the week, analyze what the child did and what not.
At the end of the week, watch an animation that your child will enjoy.
If you want us to add a new task, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org