Wired The idea of playing games with your kids is growing in popularity with new apps like “No matter what the age, it’s always been about the child”, according to the creators of the “No Matter what the Age” app.
The app aims to help parents, grandparents and grandparents-to-be find and learn more about their children’s bodies, while offering a safe and fun learning environment for kids to explore and engage with.
The creators of No Matter What the Age app aim to create a safe learning environment where kids can explore the body and explore their curiosity and passion about body and anatomy.
The goal is to bring a fun, engaging and non-threatening experience for the children of the family, while also giving parents the opportunity to experience an exploration of the body in a way they’ve never seen before.
According to the founders, the app will have kids and parents interacting with the physical aspects of their childrens bodies from their own experience.
“We wanted to make sure we would have fun for everyone and that our goal was not to make fun of the human form, but rather to help bring the human experience into the game,” the developers said in a press release.
“This is why we decided to have our children play with the toys in the house.
In order to bring their imaginations to life, we wanted to have fun with the body, which is an aspect that can be intimidating for children to experience.”
The team behind the app are looking for “hundreds of parents, relatives and grandparents, all of whom will help us design the app for them”.
“Parents and grandparents who are interested in learning more about the body can join us to learn how to make their children feel comfortable,” the team said.
The team said the app was in its “pre-beta” stage and had been created “to help parents and grandparents get their hands dirty in an entertaining way”.