So, this one caught my attention because it’s goal is pretty unusual. Here’s what their PR team sent us about it:
New iPad App Delivers Quick Answers to Toughest Parenting Questions
Are you worried about what happens if your child walks in when you and your spouse are “under the sheets making hay”? What are you going to say when your child asks “How are babies made?”
Well, don’t worry! There’s an app for that!
Birdees is a brand new iPad App that provides a fun, easy way for parents to navigate through the landmines of sex ed. This delightful, highly-interactive tap-and-learn iPad application takes the pain and fear out of one of the most vexing parenting challenges in life.
This incredibly well thought out and beautifully illustrated program allows parents to personalize and tailor the sessions to their children by name, gender and age group.
The colorful graphics and accompanying text guides parents through the gauntlet of difficult topics with easy-to-read information specially designed to communicate the critical “need-to-know” information at just the right time in life and development.
By clicking on the branches at each level of the tree of knowledge, you build the foundation from the simplest concepts like how to have conversations, to how much information is enough, to learning how to handle each of the teachable moments that arise.
Throughout the content are expert suggestions on how to handle common and controversial topics and questions children have been known to ask. Along with guidance on the pitfalls of what could happen if a parent doesn’t handle the situation optimally.
Educational material, opinions, and guidance contained in Birdees has been carefully prepared and vetted by a team of experts and tested by educators and parents. The program offers detailed knowledge, protection, advice and support in a way that allows you to share your values and beliefs and encourage healthy self-esteem and body image.
So… curious yet?
I’ve got several downloads for the developer’s build available, comment below if you’d like to review! I’ll likely add a community invite so a parent who isn’t a gamer can get in on the action too, so don’t think it’s strange if you see that go by on Twitter or Facebook.
Review perks are a privilege. We will hook you up whenever we can, but that means respecting that trust by actually creating a high quality, honest review article (and video review footage is always a bonus too). Take the goods and run, and we shan’t be sending swag again.