What is Peppy Pals?
Peppy Pals is a series of award-winning, research-based apps and e-books designed to teach kids 2-8 years old about emotions, empathy and friendship through storytelling and humor.
There is no text or language being used in the apps. Instead kids learn from meaningful interactions with the five gender neutral animal friends: Sammy (horse), Gabby (rabbit), Izzy (owl), Reggy (dog) and Kelly (cat).
“My almost-two-year-old daughter loves this! I especially like that it deals with frustration and disappointment, two complex emotions common to toddlers.”Parent
“2 of my 3 children are on the Autism Spectrum. Peppy Pals touches all of them. I have also noticed this has decreased conflicts at home”Parent
“Inspires discussions about feelings and empathy”PappasAppar, Europe's #1 children's app reviewer.
“The scenarios the animals encounter are relatable to kids, so how they handle them will transfer well to real life”Common Sense Media
"Great storytelling app that helps juniors develop emotional intelligence"GeeksWithJuniors
“Usually games make my kids unresponsive, but thanks to their new digital pet Reggy my kids open up and become more social”Robert Manns - Parent
Use Peppy Pals as a starting point
While you play, talk about what is happening and ask questions to the scenarios.
How do you think Gabby (rabbit) feels when Sammy (horse) doesn’t share the hay?
How does it feel to be sad? How do you look?
Sammy and Gabby collaborate in the end. How do you think that makes them feel?
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As a , here is why you’ll love Peppy Pals
Social Emotional & Learning
Peppy Pals teach kids empathy, emotions and collaboration through humor and hugs.
Peppy Pals builds bridges between children and parents, teachers and guardians.
No Text – Pure Fun
Peppy Pals is universal – We use no text or language.
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