7 innovative and educational subscriptions for children to enjoy at home

7 suscripciones innovadoras y educativas para que los niños disfruten en casa

The confinement and closure of schools during the pandemic gave a great boost to technology and digitization in educational environments. 

For the first time, teaching was separated from attendance and forced us to continue with remote learning. This meant the implementation of many new digital tools that suddenly came into our lives to allow schooling from home. In this sense, startups related to the EDTECH sector took off, not only in Spain, but also globally.

In today's post we talk about several startups that direct their value proposition towards children, especially educational and based on a subscription model, either with kits newspapers that arrive at home or through their own platforms/apps. What they all have in common is that they create products or services to make learning something enjoyable and fun that fits into the lives of the little ones. 7 innovative and educational subscriptions with very interesting proposals and immense potential that should definitely be on your radar if you have children. 

Oh my baby, for babies between 0 and 24 months

Inside your Play Box Oh my Baby you will find a series of toys from international and exclusive brands for your baby. These toys correspond to a developmental category: sound, cognitive, shapes, hand-eye coordination, language, routines, and movement. The products that you will receive with your box will be perfectly adapted to the established age range. Oh my Baby's advisory team specialized in pedagogy and child development will be in charge of carefully selecting the most suitable toys, always designed to accompany children in the development of their skills at each new growth stage.

Lovevery, for children between 0 and 3 years old

Lovevery is based on an early learning system that supports families with essential games for children and multi-channel content for parents. The company is best known for its award-winning subscription program Game Kits. Lovevery was launched in 2017 by co-founders Jessica Rolph and Roderick Morris with the introduction of the company's first product, The Play Gym. Currently, Lovevery works in more than 30 markets around the world. Their goal is to help every parent feel safe. Its toys have been designed by experts in child development and synthesized in its simplest and purest form, in order to turn them into exactly what children need at each stage.

Kokoro Kids from 2 to 6 years old

Kokoro Kids is a mobile app for emotional intelligence and cognitive stimulation for the little ones in the house.  It is created by experts in early education and neuropsychology so that children, from 2 to 6 years old, develop the competences needed for your future, with a game-based learning. Its platform allows to work on concepts and tasks that complement school activities such as math, English, reading, or writing. In addition, all activities include resources for early stimulation of basic cognitive skills such as attention, memory or reasoning, as well as an approach to the management of primary emotions: frustration, anger, empathy or generosity.

Lingokids, for children between 2 and 8 years old

Lingokids was born in 2014, the startup has created a platform for children between the ages of 2 and 8 to learn English while playing with a method called playlearning. It stands out for being a free app, although it also has a subscription to the paid version that gives access to more than 600 games, songs and videos, as well as a section for parents to monitor and analyze how their child is progressing . You can download their app.

WoWplay Experience, for children between 5 and 8 years old

WoWplay is a space for boys and girls to develop soft skills and STEAM skills through wonder and play. With your subscription to STEAM projects to do at home, families will be able to spend quality time, building a project where everyone has fun and learns. WoWplay uses the manipulative learning and the responsible use of screens to offer new opportunities to explore the world around us. With this subscription your children will be able to complement their education and go from being consumers to creators of the technologies we use every day. “We are a company that was born to contribute its grain of sand to those who will be the creators, innovators and leaders of tomorrow. The way we learn is changing and we want to empower the next generation of innovators”, he explains Oriana Circelli, founder and CEO of the company. You can now subscribe here and receive the first kit, my first electrical circuit!

Nannyfy TV, for children from 3 to 12 years old

Nannyfy TV has arrived to revolutionize the sector with entertainment, socialization and learning. Nannyfy TV is a place where boys and girls can enjoy online content directed by experts in each subject, while enjoying themselves with other children of the same age (from 3 to 12 years old). Always offering a responsible use of screens and safe and quality content.

Their platform allows children to socialize safely in live activities led by their specialized and trained 'Nannies', as well as having access to hundreds of videos with < /span>activities on different themes created internally and classified according to age range. In order to access all the content you must subscribe to its Premium version.

Giraffa Education, for children from 0 to 6 years old

Giraffa is a subscription of educational boxes, inspired by Montessori and respectful parenting for children from 0 to 6 years old. It is  sustainable games and 100% wood, designed and produced in Barcelona. Based on manipulative mathematics and logic, they provide learning through game experiences.

It is an alternative to traditional learning  looking for early stimulation. Children will develop gross and fine motor skills, executive skills, imagination, creativity dy innovative thinking thanks to the application methodology of the games selected by Giraffa Education


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