Treasure Kai: The Book App

I’m still dirt deep in my landscape project at Vivien’s school. We are a designated Big Sunday school… the get out and volunteer day. As the head of the committee — um, there are two of us — I have been hoeing it up in such a different way from the late ’90’s. On prep day I was so engrossed in where the boulders and Mexican Sage should be placed, I lost the keys to Mark’s catering van (sorry honey!) Felt like such a bimbo.

So, this vid is from a calmer time. In between volunteering for tasks that are really too much for me. I’m very proud of how well Vivien is reading, but she sees her older brother playing games on his iPad and is gravitating toward this, so a friend in Australia pointed me to this app as a way to bridge this.

4 thoughts on “Treasure Kai: The Book App

  1. Love learning apps for my kids, but worry about the vacant potato-like expressions on their faces as they navigate their itouches. Keep waiting for the morning I come in their bedrooms and they scream like Donald Sutherland at the end of “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.”

  2. OMG! This is my son’s favorite storybook because he never knows when he’ll find the treasure. He plays it on the iPad!

  3. Treasure Kai is a real find. My son connected to it
    through a good friend of his. It is so clever and well
    worth a kid’s time.

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