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PBS Parents Play & Learn

PBS Parents Play & Learn

Connect math and literacy skills to everyday experiences with fun learning games
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Christina Huber
Christina Huber
5
Thos is a great free resource! It was my daughter's first game she could really interact with on the phone. I'd much rather her screen time in the day be games she has to think and interact with than just staring at a TV. And she really is learning and having to think about the games rather than some that just color or poke around.
Posted 6 months ago
Ad H
Ad H
5
It can help children to do math, letter writing, etc. It can also be in Español either too.
Posted 4 months ago
Samantha Pratt
Samantha Pratt
5
My kids love it 5 Stars and help them with math and what they needed to know thank you and I hope this actually can help you parents when your quarantine it's did for me and my family I love very much and its actually keeps them very occupied when they're doing work or after work we didn't actually know it was on Google but it was so you can check that out too it little glitching and it was not that cool like this game but I love this one is very excellent👍👍👍👏👏👏❤❤📿
Posted 11 months ago
Maria Mazis
Maria Mazis
4
So easy to navigate that my little one can do it all on his own. Great developmental skills to be learnt using this app.
Posted 7 months ago

PBS Parents Play & Learn Description

***UPDATED VERSION** features a summer background and new stickers for lots of summer fun! Go to the beach! Make patterns with seashells! Play in the sand with Dee and Del! Fly a kite or sail a boat!*

*Parents' Choice Silver Award Winning App!*

PBS’ first app designed specifically for parents, PBS Parents Play & Learn provides more than a dozen games parents can play with their kids, each themed around a familiar location – including the garden, the grocery store, a restaurant, the kitchen, and many more.

The bilingual (English/Spanish) PBS Parents Play & Learn app makes it easy for parents to seize upon those daily “teachable moments” through theme-based interactive games and simple hands-on activities that connect math and literacy skills to everyday experiences.

The app is designed to build on a child’s natural curiosity about his or her everyday world and to encourage dialogue between kids and parents. Each game comes with a parent note that provides information about the math and literacy skills woven into the game and suggestions for effective ways to interact with a child while playing the game to maximize the learning experience.

Key Features
-13 interactive games that automatically adjust to a child’s level
- A variety of proven methods used to build early math and literacy skills
- Completely bilingual (English/Spanish)
- Over 100 everyday and seasonal stickers in free-play area
- Parent ‘teachable moments’ tips associated with each game
- Easy hands-on activities and game-related resources updated regularly
- New activities and resources added weekly
- Social sharing feature

For more parent resources, tips and information visit pbs.org/parents.
For more apps from PBS KIDS, visit http://pbskids.org/apps.

About PBS KIDS
PBS Parents Play and Learn is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to helping kids build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers all children the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and digital media, as well as community-based programs.

Privacy
Across all media platforms, PBS KIDS is committed to creating a safe and secure environment for children and families and being transparent about what information is collected from users. To learn more about PBS KIDS’ privacy policy, visit pbskids.org/privacy.

Ready To Learn
The contents of this app were developed under a cooperative agreement #PRU295A100025, from the U.S. Department of Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.

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