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Miko announces new content partnerships in time for Christmas

Published on: 17th November 2021

The robot delivers over 50,000 hours of content experiences with new premium partnerships including Da Vinci Kids and Oxford University Press.

Miko is bringing more children’s content from across the globe to its Miko 3 robot in time for the festive season.

New premium content partnerships include the Oxford University Press, Da Vinci Kids, Cosmic Kids, KidloLand, Tiny Tusks, Out of this Word, DreamyKid and Lingokids, bringing more than 50,000 hours of new content experiences to the Miko platform. This content offers kids 1,000 plus experience types — games, puzzles, TV shows, coding lessons, yoga and more — and covers a range of STEAM topics.

“Our team of educators, technologists and content specialists has scoured the globe looking for creators who share our passion for playful learning,” said Sneh Vaswani, co-founder and CEO of Miko, the robotics company that launched Miko 3 earlier this month. “I’m thrilled to give young learners access to such a wide range of content on their Miko 3.”

The new partners are:

  • Da Vinci Kids: Best known for its award-winning shows and inspiring games that bring the wonder of learning to kids and families worldwide. Covering 12 learning areas, Da Vinci Kids’ shows and games encourage friendship, creativity and an interest in STEAM subjects, helping kids develop into curious critical thinkers. Da Vinci Kids is perfect for kids aged 6 to 12.
  • Cosmic Kids: This health and wellness media brand takes kids on yoga, mindfulness and meditation adventures through live-action instruction and animated episodes.
  • Lingokids: Lingokids, the No.1 learning app in over 95 countries, reaches 40m families globally. With Lingokids Pocket Edition on Miko, kids can explore hundreds of new words, video lessons and audiobooks, plus a selection of the best play learning games spanning 60 foundational topics.
  • KidloLand: Through Miko 3, little learners have access to Google award-winning kids coding apps created by IDZ digital, a COPPA-certified kids-safe educational content creator, plus colouring apps and Mom’s Choice Gold Award-winning stories.
  • Tiny Tusks: This elephant-based series teaches kids about environmental issues – climate change and ocean pollution – as it inspires kids to become planet protectors.
  • Out of This Word: This language-boosting game features daily musings from Max and Moon, two adopted siblings who love to learn popular idioms and unique phrases.
  • Oxford University Press: Kids can access the world-renowned press’ Junior Illustrated Dictionary, Junior Thesaurus, Primary Illustrated Dictionary and Primary Thesaurus on Miko 3 via voice activated queries.
  • DreamyKid: A leader in child-friendly audio meditations, Dreamykid has partnered with Miko to provide general meditations, sleep stories, guided journeys, healing activities, affirmations and issue-based guided meditations on the Miko platform.

As kids explore Miko 3’s content, parents can control their activity and usage through the Miko Parental App. Parents can also use the app to activate their seven-day free trial of Miko Max, the plan for unlimited playful learning.

A single Miko Max subscription gives kids unlimited access to Miko’s ever-growing premium content library.

For more information visit miko.ai  

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