Yogome Is The Anytime, Anywhere, Safe Learning Platform
One of our favorite edtech platforms for enriching skills and education is Yogome. That’s because our now 10 year old edtech reporter Tatum F absolutely fell in love with the interactive mini-games that you will find on the robust Yogome platform and their Epic Heroes Of Knowledge.
Tatum, is at a tough age for educational apps and games. Most are too “kiddie” for a nine year old who has been playing Roblox, Minecraft and Five Nights At Freddies for the last two years. However, that’s what special about Epic Heroes and it’s parent company Yogome.
Yogome, has made their platform appealing to kids of all ages ranging from 5-12. That’s a lot harder to do than it sounds. They keep students and kids engaged with interactive fun pop-up games that resemble games their older siblings may be playing or games that they play outside of school. One of the keys to game based learning is that the kids don’t even realize they’re learning and Yogome has that down.
“Kids are growing up with iPads, is their new favorite toy, so parents are worried their kids will only consume entertainment content, and are looking for educational options so they can take advantage of that time,” Diaz told TechCrunch.com . “That’s exactly what we want to solve, to take some of that time and make it productive time for kids in front of mobile devices and soon available for browsers in desktops”.
When Tatum started playing Epic Heroes a year ago she immediately noticed the difference between Epic Heroes and other educational games and apps, but that’s the secret sauce for Yogome.
Yogome offers a freemium model and can be dowloaded and played immediately they also offer plenty of ways to integrate Yogome in your elementary curriculum. Find out for yourself at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28th, booth #1899 and online at yogome.com