Parents' Guide to

Super Simple

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Customize playlists of storybooks, fun videos, sing-alongs.

App iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android Free to try Education
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Is It Any Good?

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This collection of songs and videos offers enough quality preschool-friendly content to keep kids engaged for a long time. Kids will be happy to find all the classics plus popular hits like Wheels on the Bus, Baby Shark, and If You're Happy and You Know It. Parents will be happy to see that the Super Simple versions of these well known songs are generally well-done, include tasteful visuals, and are not over the top or full of hyper energy. Original content is also generally high quality with high-interest stories, fun ideas for crafts or science projects, or silly animations sure to leave kids in stitches. There are lots of alphabet and letter songs or videos. Some are better than others, but taken together as a whole, they present a nice introduction to letters and letter sounds. One major criticism is that Super Simple is simply a collection of videos, meaning, other than choosing what to watch, kids' experience is entirely passive. There's a small number of interactive games, but they're definitely not the focus in this app. And, of course, all this video content is available for free on YouTube. The Super Simple app does add a few extra functions like an ad-free experience, customizable content, personal playlists, easy kid-led navigation, and the option for offline use. If those features are important to you, Super Simple may be worth checking out.

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