“I usually enjoy reading out to my kids,” says an exhausted parent, “but now it just seems way too much work.” The lockdown is causing parents to wonder how to keep their kids occupied, especially the younger ones. To help them through this time, GetLitt! is giving free access to its gamified digital reading library until April 21. Interesting challenges and rewards keep the kids hooked | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement GetLitt! is a reading app for children between seven and 12 that has a collection of e-books across genres like fairy tales, fantasy, mystery and adventure, humour, STEM, and non-fiction. Founded by Richa Sethi and Priya S Rajive, the idea behind the app was “to make books accessible to kids but also to make the process of reading fun,” says Richa. There are different kinds of challenges – with funky badges like Steady Slug, Persistent Pupa, Book Versed, Book Boss and many more. “The children earn points for every bit of reading that they do, the fun book dares that they attempt, and the book reviews that they write. They can climb up the reading leaderboard and earn badges for the various milestones that they cross.” The badges,… Read full this story
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