I do not know how many times my teen asked me a question on a topic that I do not know during my homework, and I told her to bring it to Google. It is not really bad advice.
As it turns out, Google Assistant can help with a variety of homework issues that annoy children and parents every night. These tips make it easy to use Google Assistant for homework.
Stop Learning Timer
Studies show that frequent breaks in tasks can result in better concentration and higher productivity. To simplify your child's learning time, you can use the Google Assistant Timer feature to schedule homework breaks.
To set up a learning timer, say "OK, google, set my homework timer." Google will create a timer named My Homework and ask you how long the timer should last. As soon as your order is received, the timer will be counted down. Let your child know that the time runs out when the time runs out.
If your child really has a bad time thinking about when to test, set reminders with Google Assistant. Say either the Google Assistant app or a Google Home spokesperson: "Ok Google, set reminder." Then simply answer the wizard questions to save the reminder.
At the start of your studies, ask "Hey Google, what are my memories?" to know exactly what needs to be learned this evening.
Teaching foreign languages can be difficult, especially if mom or dad can not speak the language. Although it's not good at translating complicated sentences, Google Assistant can help with rudimentary questions such as:
- Hey Google, what's the Spanish word for Bad
- Ok Google, meaning "n & # 39; est-ce pas "
- Hey Google, how do you say milk in Russian?
Use It as a Calculator
Have you ever examined your child's mathematical homework and no idea if the answer is correct? I was already there. Luckily, Google has equation solving skills.
For example, you might ask, "Ok Google, what's pi times square?" Google Assistant answers back: "The answer is 7,542.96."
How to Solve Problems
Google Assistant can also help you and your child solve math problems. For example, I asked, "Hey Google, how do you solve an algebraic equation with a break in it?"
With such complicated processes, Google looks for a good YouTube video on the subject and calls it on one-screen devices like Google Home Hub ($ 129 at Walmart) Lenovo Smart Display or your phone ,