This isn’t your typical play date. These in-person screen-time meet-up’s let parents and kids explore some of the newest projects by the Toronto-based kid-app creators Sago Sago. It’s a rare opportunity where kids and adults can connect with and give feedback to the developers and designers who are creating the content.
If you haven’t already discovered them – Sago Mini are apps for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids are in control of their on-screen adventures and parents don’t have to worry about formal rules or assessment, in-app purchases or third-party advertising.
HOW TO CONNECT:
In person: Sago Sago hosts free monthly Play Dates at their downtown studio (near Adelaide and Bathurst) for kids and parents to playtest their latest projects. There are crafts, games and snacks mixed in with a sneak peek at what they’re working on. They are looking for some 3-4 year-old testers for this week! To join the fun, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apps: They are always adding new ones. Check out their current line-up.
Out and about: Sago Sago is often in the community, where you can meet the team and get acquainted with their products, including their super cute plush toys.