{FREEBIE} Kindoma Story Time Video Chat Directions for Parents

Have you ever used the free app, Kindoma, to read to a child or YOUR child when you are away? I love the "FaceTime"/"Skype" concept that combines visual text! If you are not familiar with Kindoma then here are a few facts:

-You can now share bedtime stories from any location
-Read over 250 books with the same page appearing on each users screen (Note: the free app comes with 6 FREE books! Others have to be purchased)
-Point to words/pictures on the page and the other user can see what you are pointing to

It is pretty cool!

Now, one thing that I am VERY compassionate about is including parents of children who can't make it to school to volunteer and attend events. Earlier this year I did a guest blog post on Laura Candler's Teacher Resources blog about bridging the gap between home and school with parent made listening centers. Click {HERE} to read more and download everything you need to start this in your classroom...for FREE!

Using Kindoma in the classroom is another great way to get more parent/family member involvement without the need for the parent/family member to physically be there! If you are interested in using this in your classroom, then click the image below to download my FREE step-by-step instructions you can send home to parents/family members to get them set up and reading to your class from anywhere in the world: