PBS KIDS has launched a new, free app designed specifically for parents that will give them the “super power” to engage with their kids in the digital medium: PBS KIDS Super Vision.
The new app is a tool that parents can access from their mobile phones to see what their kids are watching, playing and learning on pbskids.org, and help them make the most of their children’s PBS KIDS screen time.
Now available on iPhone and iPod touch, PBS KIDS Super Vision offers a connected web experience that enables parents to see remotely what their kids are learning in PBS KIDS games and videos.
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It will help manage their kids’ time on pbskids.org and build on that learning away from the screen through real-time updates, educational tips and activity ideas that are related to their children’s interests.
“PBS KIDS uses the power of media to spark children’s curiosity. Connecting parents to tools that help support that passion for learning is core to our mission,” said Sara DeWitt, VP, PBS KIDS Digital.
Released Thursday, May 8, PBS KIDS Super Vision is available free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.AppStore.com/PBSKIDS.