New Interactive Curiosityville Launches
Offline play is an important part of the Curiosityville experience—and an essential part of learning. To support this, Curiosityville provides a screen time reminder suggesting to kids that it is time go offline and play. The Learning Tree makes personalized recommendations to parents for offline play that connect to what their children learn online. Curiosityville’s extensive range of offline activities are intended to be done at home together and in the community. In some cases, children will engage in these activities independently or with a little help from a caregiver; in other cases, families play and learn together. For the most part, these activities are done with materials on hand at home. The goal is to make playful learning part of everyday family life—and to do so in a way that enhances the time families spend together.