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#Review: Super Geek Heroes

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Educational Play | Posted on 18-05-2017

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As a parent Super Heroes are a big part of my life. Power Rangers, Superman, Spiderman, Batman, you name it, my kids are probably a fan of it. Now there’s a new band of Super Heroes in town, and these ones are not only fun, but also educational.

“The SUPER GEEK HEROES are a unique group of super-kids… having fun in turn with a mission to learn! Their seven friendly ‘super-powers’ are derived from the three prime and four specific development areas of the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage’.”

The team behind Super Geek Heroes took these seven areas and came up with these brand new, and rather awesome characters:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development – Suzi Smiles
  • Understanding the World – Peter Planet
  • Communication & Language – Vicky Voice
  • Literacy – Jake Jotter
  • Numeracy – Mille Maths
  • Physical Development – Ant Active
  • Creative Arts & Design – Ronnie Rock

Now you can catch these guys on YoutubeI love them. They’re bright and cheerful, teach the kids without them really knowing it, and most importantly for me, hold their attention. My six year old enjoyed watching, but my three year old was hooked. As a bit of a geek himself, he enjoyed watching all the episodes over and over again. Perfect. If you want to learn more about them, head over to their website for more details.

Head on over to the Youtube channel and subscribe to receive brand new episodes.

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