Citater

“Når app’en er i gang kører morgenrutinerne helt af sig selv uden at jeg skal minde børnene om det. Vi har fået bedre tid om morgenen og er nu færdige 10 minutter tidligere end vi plejer at være. Jeg kan varmt anbefale app’en til forældre med børn der er mellem 5 år og 10 år.”
Sabrina Ulrich Vinther – mor til dreng på 7 år og pige på 10 år

“Morning Kids app’en understøtter og styrker vores døtres selvstændighed i morgenrutinerne på en let og legende måde.  App’en er med til at give en god stemning om morgenen, som gør, at vi kommer afsted til skole på en rigtig god måde. App’en er let at bruge og intuitiv at sætte op for både børn og voksne.”
Stine Valentin og Thomas Nielsen, forældre til 2 piger på 7 år og 1 dreng på 3 år.

“Vores datter på 7 år plejer at være den der er sidst færdig om morgenen. Sådan er det ikke længere. Hun er nu færdig med morgenrutinerne 10-15 minutter tidligere end normalt og synes samtidig at det er sjovt. Vi anbefaler gerne app’en til andre forældre.”
Marianne og Peter Møller Aasland -forældre til 3 børn på 3, 5 og 7 år.

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  1. Hello

    Could you please explain how the star system works on Morning Kids. How does the app allocate the number of stars. How does the reward system work.

    • Hello
      Thank you for your inquiry on Morning Kids. The reward system works in different ways. As you may have found out, you can set the activities to be on time or not on time – depending on the childs needs and wishes. If an activity is on time, you earn more coins the faster you complete an activity (except for brushing teeth, where you earn more coins, the longer you brush). For activities not on time, the number of coins you earn is dependent on the child hitting the stop-button when there is maximum number of coins shown.

      The number of coins earned is used for filling up the stars. The stars indicate your individual level – in this game a symbol for how often and how good you have been in completing this task. So the more stars you have the higher level you are at on a specific task/activity. The player uses this for individual comparison in the beginning of the game, where you can see your different starlevels on the different tasks/activities. The player can also use it for comparison with other players – a sister or brother. The level of stars stays with you as a player over time.
      As for when you raise in starlevel, we have set it up to be quite easy to get to level 1 and increasingly difficult to get to level 5 – to keep the childs motivation. The good thing is that the child can see in graphichs how filled up a star is.

      The prize-option is a way of setting up a prize for the child for longer term use. You can for example agree with the child, that there is a surprise in the foodbox when the child has used the Morning Kids App for 5 days. This is a way of motivating the child for using the App constantly for a number of days, which of course has the purpose of getting the child used to using the App in the mornings.

      We are planning a new version of the app, where you can setup and configure the activities your self.

      I hope this explains some of the motivations behind the app. If you have any other questions please let me know. You can email us directly at info@godoitkids.dk

      We also have a website where you can read more on the app and also see a small video and a tutorial (which also is available through the app if you have the latest version downloaded)

      Best regards
      Lone & Peter Mortensen

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