4-year-old girl learns to use a phone with a toy in her pocket
4-Year-Old Girl Uses Smartphone With Smartphone In Her Pocket The daughter of a family of seven from Ohio learned to use her smartphone with a camera and a camera phone in her backpack as part of an interactive educational project for children at her school.
She was in the middle of an assignment on the phone when she learned about how to use the iPhone and GoPro, the app that allows people to film their adventures with a smartphone.
“The kids were excited to be able to record what they were doing,” said Jennifer Gee, director of the program for the National Institute of Technology.
“They just loved being able to use their phones and share their videos online.”
The girl, whose name has not been released, was assigned a specific location and had to learn how to navigate around the map and navigate the app.
She used the phone to take pictures of her surroundings and record her adventures with the app, which has over 20 million users around the world.
The app has been downloaded more than 10 million times since its release in January.
The project was part of a yearlong initiative called Kids 3D, which is aimed at increasing children’s creativity and developing their skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Gee said that the goal was to bring together the students from across Ohio’s five schools to collaborate in creating interactive games, videos, and activities for kids ages 6 to 13.
The girl’s experience is one of a number of similar projects that have been rolled out in schools across the country.
Earlier this year, more than 300 elementary and secondary school students in Colorado created a video game called Brain Games.
The game allows students to create a game that uses video game mechanics to solve mathematical problems.
Another video game, called Star Wars, has been created for a fifth-grade class in Pennsylvania.
The class of seven is using the video game to teach the importance of math.