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The portable game-based format of all four apps makes learning more engaging and fun on the move, according to Ann Kennis, the creator of Cosmic Cubs.
“Instead of just playing games they are not learning anything from, they are acquiring knowledge and having fun while they are learning,” says Kennis.
Started as a line of stuffed animals sold in planetariums, science centers and eventually specialty toy stores, the company evolved when Kennis’ daughter suggested she move into the digital space.
The company is also in communication with educational departments at organizations such as schools, NASA, and Crayola to build partnerships.
Main Image: Cosmic Cubs started as a line of stuffed animals sold in planetariums and evolved when creator Ann Kennis’ daughter suggested she move into the digital space. Courtesy Cosmic CubsWant more content like this? Like us on Facebook!