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I hesitated to pay the subscription price when there seemed to be free options, but you truly get what you pay for. My daughter has learned a lot from the different video themes, as well as benefiting from them being short with a recognizable concluding remark. That way, she doesn’t usually end up watching endless videos, and alternates between drawing, reading and growing plants during her time on the app. I prefer this over watching hundreds of unboxing vids on that other site. I love that the app sends reports about what she’s watching, and I usually know because the videos prompt her to ask me important questions from geography to social situations. I appreciate the racial diversity, and representation of different types of families as well as highlighting characters with disabilities.
Got this to say thank you for adding LGBT+ things to this app. You may get a lot of hate from it and for that I apologize, but people don’t enjoy change, sadly. They complain that kids are too young to be taught about different relationships other than straight. Which if that’s true then kids shouldn’t be exposed to any type relationships at all. Teaching kids about other identities and such will teach them that it’s okay to be different, that change is normal, and to overall be more accepting, kind people. I’ve been bi since 3rd grade or earlier (I had crushes on both girls and boys ) and am proud to be me. I feel bad for all children who are in bi/trans/homophobic environments as they’ll either grow up to regurgitate they’re parents teachings and hurt others and they’re future or never feeling like they can be themselves which can result in an untimely end (LGBT+ communities have a high rate when it comes to mental illnesses and suicide) Please keep spreading love and not hate, thank you.
I’ve been letting my little guy use this app for over a year - when he started using it, he was 4 (almost 5) and it was amazing for learning technology and watching shows about positive character traits, science, math, and literature. Now that he is 6 and a half, he is still engaged with new shows and activities about diversity, compassion, and positive self identity and self worth. He has old favorites and loves to see what’s new. He’s now using alphabet hotel for phonics and phonemic awareness and enjoys everything science and nature that is interwoven. I can see him using this app for at least another year and a half, maybe more.
My 4yr old asks me to download new apps nearly everyday. With that, we sign up for a lot of trials or I pay for a month and immediately unsubscribe because I know she will never play it again. With Hopster, I have to renew it every single month because she comes running when she’s see’s the content is restricted/expired. After 6x of buying and unsubscribing, I realize this is a game she keeps going back to. It has become a mandatory game on her iPad. My favorite part is the e-mail updates I get with what she does inside the game!
I got this for my 21 month old nephew and this is the only app besides PBS Kids, that keeps him entertained for long periods of time. I love the diversity in it and how catchy the songs that are provided! He tries to sing along and that brings me so much happiness! Only issue I have is that sometimes it freezes more often and even though I download stuff, it takes a while to load which isn’t bad for me, but for my nephew who’s still grasping patience, he struggles a little with that 🥺💞
Developed by Hopster.
Hopster: Pre school Learning is ranking in Education & Games & Family
Last update was at May 11, 2021and the current version is 3.55.23.
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Hopster: Pre school Learning have a 357a user reviews.
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