Jumpstart Educational Software has made a splash with a new series of software for kids.
The series, titled “Diary,” will introduce parents to the latest technology, from smart watch apps to educational websites.
The software will give parents an easy-to-use, easy-tune interface for organizing and sharing personal and professional documents, as well as the ability to view and edit them from anywhere.
It will also include interactive lessons designed to make learning fun and easy.
Kids with learning disabilities can use the app to set goals, learn new skills, and find the tools and resources to help them learn.
For parents who are already tech savvy, the software will help parents manage schedules and school, organize materials, and create assignments and projects for their children.
Parents can also access video lessons, which allow kids to watch video clips and videos that are created by parents or caregivers, or videos by professionals.
Kids can also connect with their families and friends via Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Facebook Live, and Twitter.
While some parents are still adjusting to the new software, others have already gotten on board.
In fact, a recent study found that more than one in five parents who downloaded Jumpstart Education Software had a student who was diagnosed with a learning disability, a key indicator of the software’s popularity.
With Jumpstart, families can use their smartphones, tablets, and computers to do more with their children, according to the company.
The company has created a free app called “Diaries” that can be downloaded for free and used with other Jumpstart educational programs.