Parents' Guide to

TALU Space

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Fun, but lack of help may leave little kids lost in space.

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Kids who love space will be thrilled to fly around in a spaceship exploring the mini-games, but younger kids will definitely need help. TALU Space has a lot of different activities, so it's bound to keep kids busy for quite some time. The challenge is that the skills required are broad in range: Sorting fruit is easy for a preschooler, but understanding how to connect pipes for water to flow through may not be. Counting gems is something most kindergartners can do with ease, but will they have the patience to search through every bit of space to find planets? And it's not always clear what needs to be done. They may understand they need to sort the fruit, but will they know that they have to tap on each container first to open it? Most kids will likely find something to enjoy in TALU Space, but the lack of clear directions, feedback, help, and overall skill leveling makes it an experience that may require help for little ones.

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