Did you know that your baby/child is learning all the time? It’s true! Think about all of the things you know that you never realized you knew. For example, how do you know what a smile means? or a frown? or how to wave your hands? These are all things you learned so long ago that you forgot you were actually taught them. Once upon a time, long, long ago, you didn’t know what a smile on the face of your mother meant. You also didn’t know how to tap your foot, or what a foot was even. Can you imagine all that a person learns before ever entering a classroom or begin schooling? There is really quite a lot! This is why Vroom wants to help parents maximize early childhood learning — because your baby’s best teacher, is you!
Vroom gives YOU the power to be the teacher you always were and never realized. Everything you do, everything you say, your facial expressions, hand movements, body movements, all of your actions and words are all being internalized by your child. Think of it as being mesmerized by the most amazing person you have ever met — that’s who you are. The most amazing person your baby has ever met! What will you teach her today?
Vroom isn’t a curriculum. You don’t need any special tools or materials. There’s not even anything to buy. Download the Daily Vroom App and use your Vrooms anywhere and anytime you want — even when you are “too busy” to Vroom you can be vrooming!
About Daily Vroom:
Science shows that our brains develop most rapidly during the first five years of life. Whether it’s mealtime, bathtime, or anytime in between, Daily Vroom helps parents and caregivers nurture their children’s growing minds during these earliest years. Daily Vroom turns everyday moments into brain building moments!
Daily Vroom delivers a personalized brain building activity for your child every day. Each tip is paired with a science-based Brainy Background explaining how the activity supports your child’s brain development. Whether it’s counting cars at the bus stop, learning about textures at the grocery store, or talking about shapes during snacktime, Daily Vroom offers imaginative ways to make the most of your family’s everyday routines.
Daily Vroom includes features to make brain building fun and easy for all families and caregivers.
- Choose a Vroom activity from more than 16 categories to spark brain building interactions no matter where you are or what you’re doing.
- Receive age appropriate tips for multiple children. Go to Settings, then My Children to find out more.
- Earn fun badges and unlock reward videos with repeated use.
- Share your progress, photos, and favorite Vroom Tips with family and friends using the integrated social media tools.
Daily Vroom is available in English and Spanish, defaulting to your phone’s primary language for your convenience.
After downloading the Daily Vroom App I was provided with a walk through/instructions on how to use it. It is a click, point, and read tutorial that makes navigating the app effortless. I found the tutorial quick and very helpful.
New users are prompted to create child profile(s) and add a photo (optional). I felt like adding this information to the app made the user experience much more personable. My Vrooms felt like a friend giving me a suggestion instead of being given instruction. Vroom wasnt telling me how to play with my child, but instead coaching me to play with my baby in a way that was better for learning!
Parents are learning too! Vroom cards/tips not only coach me into playing more effectively, but also provided me with the science behind each prompt. I love that Vroom wants their users to know the “why” behind each action. This helped me learn with Vroom too.
Tip: Vroom is a family project!!! Print Vroom Tip Cards and laminate them to use throughout the day! While your oldest child is playing with your baby, hand him a Vroom Tip Card to use!
Happy Mother’s Day from Vroom!
This Mother’s Day Vroom wanted to show moms what their child thinks a superhero is. Just like Camellia, you may be surprised to find that the superhero in your child’s life, is you!
Every day, in homes across the country, parents and caregivers do something extraordinary: They help build the foundation for their child’s lifelong learning.