Moshi Play is an opportunity for kids to have fun with our most beloved Moshi characters. If you don’t know them yet, you will soon! We’ve taken some of the most quintessential kids’ games—coloring, memory, matching, and puzzles—and turned them into enriching experiences through the use of characters, colors, sounds, animation, and music. These activities are just right for early learners as they engage the senses, are achievable and deliver cues to help even the littlest hands succeed. Every activity ends in a celebration, guaranteed to delight kids.
“Moshi Play is built on our commitment to established child development research and feedback collected from play studies with real Moshi families. We are excited to engage children during the day, allowing them to play independently, build concentration, practice problem-solving and deepen their relationship with our characters. Where most digital content promotes inattentive or mentally remote behavior, Moshi Play is a positive digital solution that will immerse your child in a dynamic play environment that supports cognitive development.” Christianne Amodio, Moshi CEO and Mom of two
How are these activities going to help my child’s social and emotional well-being?
Our team has worked hard to create activities with gentle music that will engage your child during play. These activities also teach the following:
- Puzzles: Teaches logical reasoning and spatial awareness
- Matching – Teaches identification of patterns, similarities and differences
- Coloring – Teaches creativity, object, and color recognition
- Memory – Teaches attention and critical thinking
Won’t having games encourage more screen time?
We are big believers in healthy screentime. Technology including tablets, phones, television, and computers will continue to evolve and it is important that we encourage children to use technology and secondly teach children how to use technology in a healthy way. Our goal is to provide children with healthy entertainment that engages but also promotes problem-solving, visual recognition, focus & concentration, fine motor skills, and more. You can learn. more about healthy screentime in the article below: