StoryBots Featured in the Press!

StoryBots Co-Founder and CEO Gregg Spiridellis has been busy spreading the news about the world of StoryBots! He recently appeared on HuffPost Live, speaking on how StoryBots was created to produce high quality children’s content that’s also fun for parents.


You can also learn Gregg’s tips to keeping kids safe while using technology in his interview with FOXNews.com.

Learn a Ton While Having Fun with New “Learning Videos” App!

learning-videos-ipad-1The StoryBots collection of apps is growing! Introducing Learning Videos, a fun way to keep kids entertained and learning at the same time.

If you’re searching for kid-friendly screen time that doesn’t leave you feeling guilty, look no further! Learning Videos by StoryBots lets your kids learn a ton while having fun with videos you’ll feel good about giving them. With musical videos featuring concepts like animals and the alphabet, kids will have a blast with these bite-sized videos featuring characters that keep them laughing and learning.

Stream these videos over a Wi-Fi connection or download to your kid’s virtual backpack so they can save their favorite videos in one place and watch in the car or away from home without an Internet connection. The Learning Videos app always stays fresh, with new videos added every month! Stay tuned in the coming weeks for new videos covering everything from outer space to time concepts and lots more fun learning topics.

learning-videos-iphone-6The Learning Videos app is available on the iPhone and iPad and comes with several free videos. An “All-Access Family Pass” unlocks all 40+ Learning Videos from our growing library and includes unlimited access to the entire collection of StoryBots apps for kids and parents, all for only $4.99 a month. Learn more about Learning Videos and download for free from the App Store here.

Harvard Ed.D. Jim Gray Reviews Beep & Boop

Recently, Beep & Boop, the StoryBots app that turns good behavior into a game, was reviewed by Jim Gray. With a doctorate of Education from Harvard, Jim has served as Director of Learning at LeapFrog Enterprises, and advisor to PBS KIDS Next Generation Media as well as Stanford University’s Program in Learning, Design and Technology. Below, he examines the psychology behind Beep & Boop and shares tips for how parents can best utilize the app.

What is Beep & Boop?

Beep & Boop is a multi-purpose parenting tool. Use it to guide your child towards more positive behaviors, more often. Promote social-emotional understanding by labeling behaviors that deserve a beep or a boop, and talking about related thoughts and feelings (“were you ‘gloating’?”). Support children’s patience and impulse control by setting goals together and talking about how to achieve them. As an added bonus, you can foster young children’s mathematical understanding by showing them their score and how each beep/boop point brings them closer or farther away from their goals. Continue reading “Harvard Ed.D. Jim Gray Reviews Beep & Boop”