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Check out this Kickstarter campaign for an engaging two-player tablet app aimed at parents and kids sharing STEM learning and quality time together.
There are plenty of kid-focused games available for tablets and phones but they’re usually single-player, so either kids are playing them by themselves, or if parents try to play together with them, there’s usually still an active and a passive participant, which isn’t necessarily an optimal experience. The team behind the new Codynamic Kickstarter project want to change that with their app that will specifically encourage parent and child two-player participation with STEM-focused puzzles and games.
Codynamic seeks to bring kids and parents together for a 40-minute session each week (or four 10-minute sessions to find the time in the nooks and crannies of the days). Challenges include logic puzzles, basics of coding, primers on digital fluency and cyber security, interactive quizzes, and activities requiring teamwork between parents and kids. Everything is wrapped up in an engaging storyline with charming characters. At the end of each week, the parent receives a report on the progress made along with recommendations for ways to continue and expand their kids’ development.
Codynamic was designed for boys and girls from 6-10 years old. The app is also a safe and secure environment, without ads, hidden purchases, or outside chat (kids to get to “chat” with the characters in the game
If this sounds like a project you could get behind, early-bird support starts as low as $15 to get access to hours of quality parent/kid educational fun. Watch the project video below, and then go to the live Kickstarter campaign and support Codynamic today!
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