Digital technology is entering the lives of children at an increasingly young age. More and more teenagers have iPhones and some primary schools are using iPads in class instead of books. Now, an American company has come up with the iPotty to help parents toilet train their toddlers. It’s like a normal potty but it has a stand where you can insert an iPad so that the child will be entertained while he does his business. Thankfully, the American academy of pediatrics recommends avoiding screen time for kids under two. Without guidelines, the next app might be aimed at newborns.
Read by Irma Walter (Global English accent). Check out Irma’s blog here.
Study the wordsIncreasingly– more and more Come up with– create, invent Toilet train– teach children to use the toilet Toddlers– very young children Potty– mini plastic toilet for very young children Entertained– amused Does his business– does a pee or a poo Avoiding– not allowing Guidelines– suggested rules Aimed– targeted Newborns– new babies
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- iPotty: Toilet training … now with added iPad (gizmag.com)