I am always on the look out of educational programmes for Adam to watch. We limit when Adam can watch television and he tends to watch pre-recorded episodes instead of live television. I was therefore exited to hear about the Super Geek Heroes Animated Series. These are fun animated 3D characters whose mission is to learn. The series is made up of seven Super Kids with early learning powers. They make children’s learning and development cool, exciting and interesting right through their early years and beyond.
I love that the Super Geek Heroes characters are based around the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. Each of the seven characters have a ‘super-power’ which are derived from the three prime and four specific development areas of the EYFS. The development areas and characters are:
· Literacy – Jake Jotter
· Numeracy – Mille Maths
· Communication & Language – Vicky Voice
· Personal, Social and Emotional Development – Suzi Smiles
· Understanding the World – Peter Planet
· Physical Development – Ant Active
· Creative Arts & Design – Ronnie Rock
Super Geek Heroes focuses on bite-sized nuggets of learning. Nicknamed “edubites”, the episodes are to the point, do not have any distracting backgrounds and focus on learning. The videos are entertaining, educational and have engaging content.
Adam enjoys the repetitive nature of the episodes and the variety of topics. His favourite episode is learning Sight Words with Jake Jotter. He enjoys the independence of being able to choose which episodes to watch on the Super Geek Heroes Youtube channel.
Super Geek Heroes Competition:
We are giving one Adventures and Play reader the opportinity to win a win a 6-months’ subscription to KidsCast APP. The app enables you to download and view Super Geek Heroes on the go or cast to your TV (among many other programmes for children).
To be in with a chance of winning please watch the video above and answer the following question:
Which continent is number 7 in Peter Planet’s lesson?
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Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post