Super Geek Heroes Review
We’re big fans of learning through play and are always interested in new ways to get children excited about learning.
Super Geek Heroes is a new science and learning based TV show featuring a unique group of super kids whose main aim is having fun while on a mission to learn.
Each Super Geek Hero has one of seven friendly ‘super-powers’ which have been derived from the three prime and four specific development areas of the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage’. The development areas and resulting characters are:
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development - Suzi Smiles
- Understanding the World - Peter Planet
- Communication & Language - Vicky Voice
- Literacy - Jake Jotter
- Numeracy - Mille Maths
- Physical Development - Ant Active
- Creative Arts & Design - Ronnie Rock
Each (free) episode on the Super Geek Heroes YouTube channel helps children complement and cement skills they’re learning in Nursery and Reception class. Videos include:
- Learn to tell the time with Millie Maths
- Learn about the seven continents of the world with Peter Planet
- Learn the colours of the rainbow with Ronnie Rock
We showed a couple of the videos to a 6 year old and although slightly older than the target audience, he was rather enthralled by the 7 continents video and said it was a great reminder on the names of the continents and exactly where they are in relation to each other.
You can subscribe to the Super Geek Heroes channel and watch all the videos for free here.
To celebrate the launch of Super Geek Heroes, we are giving away a FREE six month subscription to KidsCast (usually £3.99 a month) - a fun, safe, subscription app packed full of games, shows (like Rainbow, The Sooty Show, Wind in the Willows and Om Nom) and educational content, designed exclusively for children. They can enjoy reading, writing, drawing plus making and doing activities. You can download all games to your device and play online or offline, there are NO in-app purchases or adverts and the app has been certified by the UKCCIS (UK Council for Child Internet Safety).
To enter the draw, please follow these two steps:
1: Answer this question in the comments: In the first video on the playlist – which continent is number 7 in Peter Planet’s lesson? (watch the video below)
Congratulations Karen Usher!
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Terms + Conditions: The London Mother giveaway will be drawn at random using an online name generator and is open in the UK and Ireland only. The giveaway opens Friday May 12 2017 at 01:01 GMT and closes on Sunday May 21 2017 at 23:59 GMT. Three winners will be announced on Monday May 22 2017 at 10:00 GMT. One entry per person. The prize is a six month subscription to KidsCast (worth £23.94). The winner will be notified via email and has 28 days to claim their prize. The winner's name may be published on Facebook, Instagram and The London Mother website. Entries remain the property of The London Mother and may be republished. For full giveaway terms and conditions, click here. Competition listed on Competition Database, Loquax and The Prize Finder.