PBS Parents Play and Learn

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 3.7
  • Size: 485 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: PBS KIDS
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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PBS Parents Play and Learn Description

Download PBS Parents Play and Learn to instantly start interacting with your child via your device in a meaningful and educational way. The app utilizes a variety of techniques to build literacy and numeracy skills in developing children.

It includes a host of interactive games which can be adjusted to suit the level your child is currently working at. The PBS Parents Play and Learn also includes hundreds of stickers that your child can use just for fun.

Pros

The PBS Parents Play and Learn app is bilingual so it can be used by English and Spanish parents alike to teach their child a new language, or improve their native one.

Cons

Although the app has been developed in conjunction with the DoE in America, the contents within are provided by PBS and should not be confused with approval from the Federal Government.


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2 Comments


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    @sumpepandwong
    iTunes
    I'm all for parent participation but the unnecessary text is a barrier for children's natural instinct to explore, play and learn. iPad apps designed for preschoolers with or without parent participation should respect basic child development and this app doesn't do that. Parents should facilitate play and learning, not control it. If they did any sort of user testing they would have found out there are way too many steps a child has to take in order to play a game. The app defies all design advice from the Cooney center research. Why PBS why? Why associate your high-quality brand with such a horrible designed app that doesn't respect a child's right to explore and learn. I hate the god awful computer generated voice too. Deleting app immediately.
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    @sumpepandwong
    iTunes
    I'm all for parent participation but the unnecessary text is a barrier for children's natural instinct to explore, play and learn. iPad apps designed for preschoolers with or without parent participation should respect basic child development and this app doesn't do that. Parents should facilitate play and learning, not control it. If they did any sort of user testing they would have found out there are way too many steps a child has to take in order to play a game. The app defies all design advice from the Cooney center research. Why PBS why? Why associate your high-quality brand with such a horrible designed app that doesn't respect a child's right to explore and learn. I hate the god awful computer generated voice too. Deleting app immediately.

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