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Dear members,
For Android device users, the Povi Family Connect #app   now is available on open PlayStore. Enjoy these daily inspirations to stimulate fun dialogues with your #children  and help them with #emotionalintelligence   development at the same time!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antwish.povi.familyconnect. If you had installed earlier version previously, please uninstall before you install.

We are still in beta. We welcome all beta users to provide us feedback so that we could continue to improve the product for you and your children. Thanks for your support.

The Apple iOS app store version is under our alpha testing now. It will be on App Store soon. Stay tuned!

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Dear parents who have been supporting Povi,

Povi likes to see how we could help to further get your content and experience to other parents and kids. With Internet of Things and Smart toy evolution, Povi is a storytelling buddy who could help you share your experience beyond regular web and app. Work with us, try and see if your writing about your experience could turn into additional income. 

http://povime.blogspot.com/2016/01/write-for-povi-and-become-partner.html

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Use Povi #app, have daily fun conversation with your #kids and help them #win $25 and be featured on our website!

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Hello Moms and Dads and Friends

Povi family connect app is now on both the App Store and Google Play. 

App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/povi-family-connect-feel-daily/id1032194413?ls=1&mt=8

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antwish.povi.familyconnect&hl=en

I would like to invite you to give it a try for free. It is for helping parents find ways to make meaningful connections with their children on a daily basis. Through thought provoking conversation, parents could help enhance their children emotional development like empathy, altruism, resilience etc.

Greatly appreciate it.

Seow Yin Lim
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When it comes to children’s learning, are we focusing too much on schools—and not enough on #parents?
According to this article: http://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/09/30/good-talk-raising-smart-learners-through-rich-conversations/.  Research reveals that parents, of all backgrounds, don’t need to buy expensive educational toys or digital devices for their kids in order to give them an edge. What they need to do with their children is much simpler: #talk.

Let's start #talkingwithourkids with the suggested questions in the image here. 

For more questions, check out the POVI​ Family Connect app:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antwish.povi.familyconnect&hl=en
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Povi Family Connect app focuses on children #emotionalintelligence  development. We help make #familytime  fun and filled with stimulating #conversation  between #parents  and #children  . Download the app at #googleplayhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antwish.povi.familyconnect&hl=en

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Looking for ideas to stimulate thought-provoking communications with your children, in the process, help them develop their emotional intelligence? Please find the weekly card here. For anyone else you think would like to receive such a card, let us know. http://www.povi.me/contact.html.

More of such questions can be downloaded in the Povi Family Connect app :  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antwish.povi.familyconnect&hl=en.

The app also allow you to store your children answers into long term memories in the form of 'daily journal'.

IoS Apple app is under alpha testing -- very very soon.
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Povi card of the week for anyone looking for inspirations to get into the habit of asking thought-provoking questions of your children every day. If you feel that your family and friends might also be interested to receive weekly cards from Povi.me, please let us know. http://www.povi.me/contact.html.
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Self-esteem and self-concept, two important factors to pave a solid path for emotional development. How can we help? "Parents may play an important role in helping children develop self-esteem and explore their self-concept. By simply asking their children a question every day, parents may help their children think critically about their strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes." write Daphna Ram Ph.D. with Sarah Whipple Ph.D. Read more at:
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