Trabasack Mini school tablet bag

As of 2013 our school uses tablet technology.

KOCASO 8 Inch Windows 10 HD Tablet PC Computer (1.8GHz Quad Core Intel Processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB Internal Storage, 800x 1280 HD IPS Screen, Bluetooth 4.0, 1 Month Microsoft Office Subscription) - Black

$30.60
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  • We are one of a number of exhibitors at the event and will be showcasing, demoing and promoting the . We’re also exclusively which we believe is the ideal school tablet bag. It’s small, lightweight and ideal for keeping a tablet protected as well as providing the tray top functionality too.

    “The School Zone Little Scholar tablet has been great this summer, because after a full day of sun, fun and running around, it’s a good way to help him wind down with an educational activity that I can feel good about, instead of just zoning him out in front of Netflix. He’s excited to be starting preschool in a couple of weeks, and I love that the pre-K app games are reinforcing all of the fun things he’s learning at school and with Mom and Dad.”

  • Last year, the schools bought tablets with money they had won through a federal grant. But all 15,000 of those tablets were sent back to the manufacturer amid complaints of electrical malfunctions and hardware concerns.

    Labour Relations Minister Haruna Iddrisu says government’s promise to give each student in public schools a tablet is a realistic pledge to revolutionise the teaching and learning.

  • “The School Zone Little Scholar tablet has been great this summer, because after a full day of sun, fun and running around, it’s a good way to help him wind down with an educational activity that I can feel good about, instead of just zoning him out in front of Netflix. He’s excited to be starting preschool in a couple of weeks, and I love that the pre-K app games are reinforcing all of the fun things he’s learning at school and with Mom and Dad.”

The first question is: Do you even need a tablet

Danika, my 6 year old, was the final child to test it out. She is in 1st grade and loved the 1st grade curriculum on the Little Scholar tablet. She found it challenging and at her level. I asked the kids which they liked better, my iPad or the Little Scholar tablet? The unanimous decision was that the Little Scholar was their favorite. I have to admit I was floored that they liked the Little Scholar better. I was hoping they would but I honestly didn’t think that it would beat “Mom’s iPad”. Well, I stand corrected.