Description from Developer
Leo’s Pad is an interactive, animated series of “appisodes” designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners, in which your child will join a young Leonardo da Vinci and his friends on big adventures filled with exciting games woven seamlessly into the stories.
Parent’s Pad (a feature within Leo’s Pad) is the most comprehensive tool available to monitor and provide feedback on your child’s learning. As the Leo’s Pad series unfolds, Parent’s Pad will help you understand what your child has been doing in the app, how they’re progressing on core skills, and what activities you can do “Beyond the Screen” to support your child’s development.
The app breaks new ground for children’s learning in four ways:
1. RESEARCH-BASED CONTENT
Kids practice a variety of cognitive, social, and emotional early-learning skills, including color and shape recognition, problem solving, and self-control.
2. ADAPTIVE GAMEPLAY
Games adapt as children play, extending the value of each appisode by providing just the right level of difficulty to motivate learning and keep kids coming back for more.
3. ENGAGING STORIES
Fun stories and memorable songs from our Emmy-winning creative director improve learning and maximize knowledge retention.
4. PARENT INSIGHTS
Parent’s Pad allows you to easily track and guide your child’s learning in and outside of Leo’s Pad.
– Appisode 1, “Gally’s Birthday”: Leo and your child make a telescope and birthday card for Gally (Galileo), then fly to his house using a homemade catapult and a set of wings.
– Appisode 2, “Rocket to the Stars”: Your child helps Leo, Gally, and Marie (Curie) travel to the stars by designing and building a rocket; mixing rocket fuel; and steering the rocket through space!
– Appisode 3, “Catch that Question!”: Your learner paints pictures; powers a gyroscopic racecar; captures fireflies; and helps Leo, Marie, and Cinder catch Marie’s Question Lab when a rogue flying belt causes it to float away.
– Appisode 4, “A Splashing Good Time”: Leo, Marie, and Cinder need help getting the Question Lab home. Your child lends a hand by building sails; making a map; flying with new friend Fusch (Confucius); and constructing a bridge after the lab lands in a lake.
– Appisode 5, “The Wishing Fish”: After hearing a story about a magical fish, your learner joins Leo, Fusch, and Cinder on a journey to the Wishing Fish’s lake. In the appisode, your child puts on a colorful fireworks show; explores Fusch’s library; picks out “wish” items for Cinder; and helps find a way to bridge the river so the gang can catch the Wishing Fish!
-Appisode 6, “Wish Upon a Fish”: Leo, Fusch, and Cinder discover the Wishing Fish’s lake, but catching the magical fish proves to be difficult. A little creative thinking helps them build a submarine and finally catch the elusive fish. They’re granted one wish as the legend says, but as the trio takes the Wishing Fish back to Fusch’s pond, Fusch realizes that it’s wrong to take the Wishing Fish from its home—but will they show kindness when using their lone wish?
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