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Brooklyn, New York - July 21, 2017 - 'I love mud.' is the first app in our upcoming app series and is inspired by the classic song by singer/songwriter Rick Charette. Similar to each of the apps in our successful Alligator in the Elevator series, the app will include a fun music video for the song along with learning activities. The educational curriculum for this series was inspired by a recent article entitled, 'Diversity: Brought to you by the letter E: Exposure & Empathy' by Jennifer Kotler Clarke and is being designed to help children learn about kindness, empathy, and understanding the world from other people’s point of view. The first preschool learning app series from Little Starship Productions is currently available on the App Store and Google Play and has been well received by both the public and independent online app review sites such as BestAppsForKids.com.
Inspired by the classic tune, I Love Mud by children's singer/songwriter Rick Charette, each app in this series will contain an animated cartoon video for the song along with fun learning activities.
The first app in this latest series will be available soon on the App Store and Google Play. To be notified as soon as the app is available for download, visit http://www.littlestarship.net/ and join our mailing list.
We follow guidelines and suggestions for children's app development published by trusted and respected organizations such as The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media, CommonSenseMedia.org and KIDMAP (Kids' Inclusive and Diverse Media Action Project) when developing our apps for preschoolers.
Each of our apps includes the following:
At Little Starship Productions we are developing and producing multi-platform interactive software apps, and video content that helps preschool age children develop fundamental cognitive skills during early childhood. Visit www.littleStarship.com for more info.
Little Starship Productions is a recent recipient of an Entrepreneur Innovation Grant from the Made in NY Media Center by IFP.
With a background in education and music and a passion and talent for writing for children from a child's perspective, Rick Charette has been writing and performing for children for 30 years. Published in 1983, his first collection of songs, "Bubblegum" was followed in 1985 by "Alligator in the Elevator." The success of these early collections launched a full-time career of writing and performing for young audiences. From school-age children and preschoolers to grownups who first heard the songs when they were kids, his audiences are all inclusive where generations enjoy the music together.
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