Daily Vroom

Daily Vroom


Turn everyday moments into brain building moments!

New science has shown that our children’s brains develop the most during the ages of 0-5.

Daily Vroom is an app created to make the most of these precious years when the foundation for all future learning is happening. It offers parents ways to help make connections in their child's growing brain, and it’s all rooted in new science.

Every day, the app serves up a "Vroom" (a simple brain building activity) in the palm of your hand, providing you with a daily dose of inspiration. It enhances the things you already do and helps spark new ideas! Whether it’s counting cars at the bus stop, learning about textures at the grocery store or talking about shapes during snack time, these simple activities offer fun and imaginative ways to communicate and interact with your child. You can also choose a special Vroom based on what you’re doing, like taking a bath, or where you are, like at the doctor’s office.

Some Vroom categories include:

* Mealtime
* Snacktime
* Bathtime
* Bedtime
* Laundry
* Changing time
* Playtime
* On the go
* At the store

As you use the app, you'll earn badges and fun videos. You can share your progress, photos and favorite activities with family and friends, right from the app.

Recent changes:
Thanks for all your recent – and excellent – suggestions on how to make the Daily Vroom mobile app even better. We’ve now made those behind-the-scenes enhancements to further improve your daily reminder. And please don’t forget to tap the ‘We Did It!’ button to record your completed Vrooms and earn your badges!
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About Daily Vroom
Turn everyday moments into brain building moments!

New science has shown that our children’s brains develop the most during the ages of 0-5.

Daily Vroom is an app created to make the most of these precious years when the foundation for all future learning is happening. It offers parents ways to help make connections in their child's growing brain, and it’s all rooted in new science.

Every day, the app serves up a "Vroom" (a simple brain building activity) in the palm of your hand, providing you with a daily dose of inspiration. It enhances the things you already do and helps spark new ideas! Whether it’s counting cars at the bus stop, learning about textures at the grocery store or talking about shapes during snack time, these simple activities offer fun and imaginative ways to communicate and interact with your child. You can also choose a special Vroom based on what you’re doing, like taking a bath, or where you are, like at the doctor’s office.

Some Vroom categories include:

* Mealtime
* Snacktime
* Bathtime
* Bedtime
* Laundry
* Changing time
* Playtime
* On the go
* At the store

As you use the app, you'll earn badges and fun videos. You can share your progress, photos and favorite activities with family and friends, right from the app.

Recent changes:
Thanks for all your recent – and excellent – suggestions on how to make the Daily Vroom mobile app even better. We’ve now made those behind-the-scenes enhancements to further improve your daily reminder. And please don’t forget to tap the ‘We Did It!’ button to record your completed Vrooms and earn your badges!

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A Google User
4 days ago
Great App A great application for little hints on better interacting with your little ones.
A Google User
Feb 15, 2015
I recommend this to all parents! Not only does it help baby learn but also bonds parent and child in the best way :)
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Love connecting . Love apps or websites like this that can help any parent connect with their kids.. Me and my son love trying new things.
A Google User
Dec 17, 2014
Good idea but not for us
A Google User
Dec 5, 2014
Great idea