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New SKIP App for Parents

October 23, 2014 at 9:54 AM

SKIP has two new apps for parents to enjoy with their kids.
Tiny Adventures, our new smartphone app, has been developed in partnership with Canterbury's All Right? Campaign. It began as a pack of cards with simple, fun, family activities to encourage stressed Christchurch parents to play with their children. It was so popular we've made it possible for more parents to access it through their phones.

It's a series of activities taking between one minute to an hour. You can flick from “bouncy balloony fun” to “jokey journeys” as well as lots of arts and crafts activities. Everything is fun – and designed to develop attachment and brain development.

The cards have been an enormous hit in Christchurch with more than 17,000 packs being given out over the past six months.

Download Tiny Adventures free from:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.org.skip.tinyadventures (Android)
https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/tiny-adventures/id913424843?mt=8 (iOS) 

 

Or check out the SKIP website for more information



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