Leamington, Canada, October 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Bon Jovan has recently introduced their newest software product, Smart Start, which teaches children at a very early age the basics of how to properly operate a computer.
The creators of the program know that computers play vital roles in today's society, not only in education and employment, but also socially, which spawned the idea for creating a software that can teach children in a fun and interactive manner how to correctly use various basic elements of computers. Designed for children aged 9 months to 4 years, Smart Start teaches them how to use the mouse and keyboard through various screens of letters and numbers, shapes, colours and animals.
“My son played a huge role in the creation of Smart Start,” explains Tim Wilson, creator of the software. “I wanted to find a way to make it fun for him while safely teach him how use the keyboard without worrying about him pressing the wrong button and deleting files or locking me out of the screen when he bangs on the keys.”
Smart Start makes it virtually impossible for children to delete files or programs, make changes to, turn off or restart the computer by locking out important elements of the keyboard which could facilitate those common occurrences that arise when children are provided with free reign over the keyboard.
“It has been great to watch the program grow along with my son,” continues Wilson. “As an infant he had fun pushing the buttons and hearing a sound. Now, as a toddler, he uses the same lesson to learn the alphabet by find the different letters and numbers on the keyboard.”
The unique design makes it impossible for children to make a wrong move or use the software incorrectly which eliminates any frustration that may occur when a program is not directly targeted to their specific age group. As the child gets older, they learn how to use each lesson in a new and exciting way, directly related to their learning level.
“Think of the advantages a child will have when they can operate a computer before they learn to talk and long before they they enter preschool,” Wilson describes. “Their future will be practically limitless.”
For more information, please visit www.bonjovan.com.