These days, little ones know iPhones, iPads, and anything with a screen like the back of their tiny hands. Often times, they know it better than most adults. While taking time away from the gizmos and gadgets is good, ensuring kids benefit from their tech time is great.
Q Wunder, from EQtainment, is a new app that helps kids ages 3 and up build important life skills for today, tomorrow, and beyond. It’s also an app for parents that features, insightful articles, videos, and progress reports.
For $7.99 a month or $64.99 per year, parents can subscribe for premium Q Wunder content, which grants access to the full suite of Q Wunder’s educational entertainment. This includes an interactive kids’ show, original pop songs and music videos, activity cards with read-aloud audio, educational games, and more. Q Wunder, a genius monkey with a lot to learn about life, is more than just the app’s namesake. He’s the trusty mascot, ready to be kids’ tour guide as they make their way through a variety of educational tools designed just for them.
Original programming is at the heart of this app. New episodes offer valuable life lessons that build kids’ social and emotional skills, while original music and games introduce sing alongs, dance offs, and other challenging activities. As kids explore what Q Wunder has to offer, they will learn about empathy, positivity, the importance of including others, and so much more.
Once young ones enter Q’s World, they won’t be able to exit and explore other features in the app. This is perfect for parents who want to rest assured that their child is playing safe, even without direct supervision.
For parents, the Q Wunder app is a digital guide that inspires and instills. The Parents Corner features Articles such as “Five Resolutions For a Happier Family This Year” and “This Holiday Season, Help Your Kids Learn To Be Grateful Instead of Greedy”, which offer adults insight into how they can teach the little ones in their lives patience, manners, teamwork, and more. Each piece is tagged with a specific life skill, so parents know what they’ll get out of it before reading. Parents looking to absorb a different kind of media can take in informational videos and podcasts, which are equally great. The podcast “Wayne Bryan: How To Raise a Champion” is an inspirational tale of grit and focus, while QTip videos like “Help Your Child Expand Their Comfort Zone” educates parents on flexibility and the importance of encouraging their kids to push themselves.
Have more than one kid? That won’t be a problem for Q Wunder. Parents can create multiple child profiles within the app, so they can view each custom curriculum and track their littles ones’ personal progress. More advanced stats include detailed summaries of the content their kids have explored.
For $7.99 a month or $64.99 per year, parents can subscribe for premium content, which lets kids access the full suite of entertainment. This includes an interactive kids’ show, original pop songs and music videos, activity cards with read-aloud audio, educational games, progress reports, curriculum control, and more.
The Q Wunder app is compatible on Apple and Android devices, and available on the App Store and Google Play.