Parenting tips on how to raise a smart child

Brain development of any child starts at a very tender age. it is well proven that brain development also happens faster during childhood which...

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Parenting tips on how to raise a smart child

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Brain development of any child starts at a very tender age. it is well proven that brain development also happens faster during childhood which is reason enough to pay my attention as to what information is given to a kid and how he processes it.  there has been plenty of experiments which were done by scientists to understand how a kid’s brain functions and what information should it be fed. For people who are looking to be great parents and raise smart children here are a few things you should pay attention to while raising a child. An early start…

10 Great Kids Comics for Early Readers

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It is extremely important to develop a habit of reading in the younger generation. For most of them, it is a good idea to start reading by using a supplement like comic books. comic books can be used as a tool during the early ages like 5 to 8 years old, provided it is appropriate and has good reading material. parents shouldn’t hand over old relics to their kids and should only give comic books which develop their reading skills and keep them hooked. Making a list of books which fall into this category shouldn’t be a very difficult task. Here’s…

ITB Tutorial Lesson 2 – Starting your book

The Create Book screen Book Title: This is the title of your book.  It will show up in the library and bookstore, as well as in any marketing materials generated with your book. Book Description:  This is a short blurb to tell users a little about your book.  It is also displayed in the bookstore on the Interactive Touch Books app, as well as our online store.  You don’t need this to get started, and you can come back and change it later if you need to. Book Thumbnail:  This was discussed in Lesson 1, but in case you don’t remember, this is…

ITB Tutorial Lesson 1 – Getting your images ready

Alright, you’ve signed up for an account and are ready to start making your first interactive book.  Congratulations! Before you begin, it is important to make sure that the images you plan on using are in the right formats, so let’s cover that here.  We will talk about four different types of images, background images, interactive images, text, and your book’s thumbnail.  Keep in mind, we are going to keep this simple and cover the most common use cases.  If you want to do something more complex, just ask and we will help you learn how to do it. 1….

ITB Tutorial: Introduction

After taking a close look at our authoring tool recently, we realized two things: We have added a LOT of new features since we started. The tutorial within the authoring tool is hard to find and out of date. So I decided to use our blog to communicate the tutorial directly to interested author-illustrators.  This way we can do a better job editing and keeping things up to date (WordPress makes it super simple) and you can add comments to each lesson to ask questions or make suggestions. We’ll try to keep each lesson focused on doing one thing–this should…

11 New Features Added to Help Create Amazing Kids iPad Books

Those of you who have been using the authoring tools regularly may have noticed some changes lately. We have been working very hard to improve the usability of the authoring interface as well as add a couple of new features to help create even more amazing books! And here they are!: 1. Layer Control – Our most popular request by far. You can now control what layer your images are on simply by touching the green arrows next to the image name. 2. Fix off-canvas images from blocking controls – As many of you know, one of the great features Interactive Touch…

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