Turn any time into Storytime through Alexa. It’s going to transform your child’s bedtime story routine.Children have an innate love of stories. Stories create magic and a sense of wonder at the world. Stories teach them about life, about ourselves and about others. It’s a unique way for kids to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures, and can promote a positive attitude towards people from different lands, races, and religions.
Storytime and Alexa
Bedtime is an enchanting time for kids. A moment between parent and kid where they can feel safe and experience the most exciting adventure- all just by listening to a story. But what if we could increase the magic of this moment, and at the same time stimulate the imagination of kids? What if we could do this by using just one simple smart speaker?
Deep diving into a world of Interactive Story books
With voice assistants being so embedded in our daily lives, children are beginning to emerge as a separate segment of users, and will undoubtedly continue adopting the technology at a high rate.
Voice apps provide a great way to expand a child’s development in areas of listening, imagination, critical thinking, and more. In addition to serving an educational purpose, they’re also fun and easy to use. A recent NPR report states that 57% of smart speaker owners bought the speaker to entertain children, and 88% say their kids enjoy Amazon’s smart assistant Alexa.
From games to music, homework help, or jokes — it like kids and smart speakers are always in sync.
Why Storytime through Alexa?
Storytelling plays a crucial role in a child’s overall development. Whether it is as simple as talking about your childhood or sharing a funny story about your day, storytelling offers several advantages to children.
Incredible benefits of having Storytime through Alexa for kids
Wrapping up, kids and voice technology: an educational combination
Storytime through Alexa can teach young kids so many things about the world and life. It gives them plenty of opportunities to learn wonderful ideas and things they have never encountered before. A new voice app called My Story Time (Google Action) lets parents record stories for their kids to play on-demand. My Storytime is designed to use the voice assistant to recreate the experience of a parent reading to a child when they are away.
Benefits for kids include making life easier, enabling new learning experiences through voice technology, and reducing clutter. The downside includes concerns about privacy.
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