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Hopster: Pre school Learning

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Cute, curated content with monthly fee; only light learning.

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This collection of videos and games is just right for a preschool audience, but it may not add much content for those with other streaming subscriptions. Hopster: Pre school Learning creates a safe space for preschoolers to explore video content and play. Many of the characters will be familiar, and it's useful to have a curated library that you can feel OK about for your little ones. The subscription fee isn't shocking, although it still may be a bit high for the play value over the course of a month, especially since many families already have streaming subscription services with their own curated content. And the videos on Hopster are filled with familiar characters; however, much of it can be found elsewhere online. There are a few fun activities, such as the painting and gardening experiences, and it's nice to be able to download content for offline viewing, but the included educational games are mediocre. However, urging kids to do another activity is a great touch, and the absence of ads boosts its value.

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