May 27, 2013

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Kidobi Review #Sponsored

From an early age, children spend more time in front of screens than on any other activity, except sleep.  Children learn from what they watch, and while some content is safe and educational, other content that isn’t age-appropriate can be harmful.  As you know, parents need to be aware of the type of content their children watch while providing a fun environment where they can use technology to learn and grow.
Kidobi is an online video content provider for children ages 2 – 6 that removes parents’ guesswork by automatically generating customized video playlists, completely personalized to fit children’s learning needs and developmental stage.  Since all the videos are pre-screened by educators and child development experts, parents are reassured of the age-appropriate, educational value.
If you are like me you may limit your child's screen time on tablets, computers, etc.   If they are to play on my tablet, then they must do X amount of educational time first.   Well with the Kidobi app allows my kids to have topics they enjoy and not realize they are learning at the same time!  It is a win win for me! There are many shows on T.V.  and the commercials, it is hard to monitor what your child is watching at all times, unless you are there with them.  I love that we as parents can create customizable playlist.  You know what your child is watching and it is ad free!  They cover a huge range of topics, from science, math and literacy skills to cooking, crafts, and even Yoga for kids! There’s something for everyone.

Make screen time count this Summer with Kidobi!

Kidobi is also available as an iPad and Android app and can be found online at You can also like Kidobi on Facebook and follow on Twitter for the latest updates.

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