I loved this Wubbzy app. The story is great and perfect for kids. The animations fit with each page and add that little extra to the story. I especially love the dress up page! The parent corner is a great way to help parents ensure the kids are gaining knowledge from the story. The videos and games keep the kids entertained well after they read the story.
All of the Wubbzy apps are fantastic and Wubbzy the Superhero is no different. I even think it is an improvement from Wubbzy and the Fire Engine. The story is great, captures kids' attention, and has a good message. The app is very interactive and has so many options and features! This app can definitely keep a kid (ages 3-10) interested for a while. The games included are fun as well as educational, and there is a little bonus info for parents.
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! supports preschool social skills -- sharing, listening, compromising, helping and appreciating others, self-awareness and humor as a coping skill. Although their world is more fanciful and imaginative than our own, Wubbzy, Daizy, Widget and Walden face the same interpersonal and developmental issues that typical preschoolers face. They learn how they fit into the group, how to understand their own feelings and those of others, and how to get along with one another. As preschoolers watch Wubbzy, Widget and Walden tackle these issues, they are exposed to important ideas about both interpersonal and intrapersonal development.
In "Wubbzy's Big Move", Wubbzy is having so much fun at the Wubb Club that he decides he wants to live there. But when he moves in, everything goes wrong -- he falls on the slippy-slidey floors, loses his TV in a giant bubble, keeps falling into water holes and is surrounded by monkeys when he's trying to sleep. Wubbzy quickly discovers that no matter how much fun a clubhouse is, there's no place like home.