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age 3+

Busy but thorough K–2 curriculum with reward store.

Parents say

age 4+

Based on 230 reviews

Kids say

age 4+

Based on 22 reviews

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age 2+

Don’t waist your time or money!

Content gets old and boring for the kids real quick. And good luck when you try and cancel, took me three months of trying to cancel. Called customer service number, after waiting 10 mins a recording tells you to go to their chat and disconnects the call. Go to chat and wait even longer, a computer asked you questions and then tells you a specialist will be with you and not to close out chat. Well I waited over thirty mins and no specialist ever came to the chat! Did this for three months before someone finally came to the chat 40 mins later and after I emailed their customer service email. Then they would not refund for the three months I’ve been trying to reach them to cancel and proceeds to say they are making an exception to refund one payment. Well that’s not true since the charge was still pending and not posted!! What a waist of time and money!

This title has:

Too much consumerism
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age 2+

Dissapointed, annoyed, and confused

Overall, the app has games that can be useful if assisted with a parent. I have a 2 year old and she enjoys playing games, but the overall experience is disappointing. Annoying to navigate and certain aspects are missing for the price. Warning that the app is different from the site! Many features on the website are not on the app. Cant trace her name. Faves on the PC not on app. Can only fave games in your learning path. When I search for a game, tracing and trace one letter it doesnt return to letter select IT RETURNS BACK TO SEARCH. I do not want to search for the individual game each time? The slow loading we could deal with if my toddler didn't have to wait to SEARCH for it after each letter. Expect better for the price TRY BEBI TODDLERS INSTEAD!!

This title has:

Educational value

Website Details

  • Subjects: Language & Reading: following directions, letter or word recognition, naming, phonics, reading, reading comprehension, speaking, vocabulary, Math: addition, counting, measurement, numbers, patterns, sequences, shapes, subtraction, Science: animals, ecosystems and the environment, life cycle, plants, weather, Social Studies: geography, Arts: drawing, music, rhythm
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning: memorization, solving puzzles, Self-Direction: academic development, work to achieve goals
  • Genre: Educational
  • Topics: Numbers and Letters
  • Pricing structure: Free to try, Paid, Free (The site has a free 30-day trial; subscriptions are $$29.95/6 mos./ $59.99/yr with optional add-ons)
  • Last updated: August 20, 2021

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