Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Learning Tips By Junior YS - How to be more savvy in gadgets?

Hi everyone!

You know being the youngest in the family has my own advantages? I get my way easier as compared to my jie-jie & kor-kor *grin* . I'm the baby in the family, you know! The moment I cry really loud, my mummy will surrender & gave me what I want. However, it doesn't work on her all the time so I will try it on my Ah ma or papa :P

Okay...back to the topic. This week, I'm going to tell you how I usually self-entertain in order to give the adults some peace & quiet. You know children are like sponge & we learnt things very fast. It's like monkey see monkey do, right? Of course when I saw the adults so engrossed with their android phones & Ipads, I wanted to have a share of their fun too.

Its actually very easy, just use your fingers swipe here swipe there, touch here touch there, press here press there. I warn you first, the games can be very addictive. Once you start, you can't stop! My mummy tried to stop me a couple of times & I was so upset with her. I don't understand why they can stick their eyes to the screen for so long & I can't. Life is so unfair right?

My mummy feels that educational games & stories are great for me so she will download a lot of those stuff for me to enjoy in the car or at home. I usually play under the adult supervision. My mummy will stop me whenever she feels that my eyes need a break from these electronic gadgets.

Ok...talk to you all again! 

xoxo, Junior YS


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5 comments:

  1. My kids are also ipad addicts. We too restrict their usage.

    Dominique @Dominique's Desk

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  2. Mine love my phone, but I try and make them play education stuff - 'try'! Emily

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  3. it's really amazing how easy kids take to electronic stuff now!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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  4. Oh my children would be jealous looking at your photos

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  5. Just second nature to children.

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