Monday, May 18, 2015

MOCHU POP! WORLD’S FIRST MULTIPLE LANGUAGE IMMERSION GAME FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS

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With everyone in the house playing on something electronic, chances are high that even your youngest children are going to want to get in on the action. Though you'll limit and monitor their time on such devices, this kind of learning time with them can be fun and beneficial to their learning processes. I know my youngest was privy to electronic devices far before his older siblings ever were, and in his school, even the Kindergartners use the iPad and computers several times a week. Teaching your children to navigate and enjoy technology at home not only provides a great platform for increasing their knowledge, but these days, it also helps to give them a head start for when they do start school. Finding the best apps is important, and I have a most excellent one to share from Kadho. This app is free, so be sure to head on over and check it out!


Kadho’s New App Teaches the Building Blocks of Spanish, French, Italian and English

Among all of the wonderful apps available, only one teaches babies and toddlers the key sounds of English, Spanish, French and Italian that provide the building blocks for future language learning, backed by scientific brain research and immersive game play! Mochu the Penguin, in his first app, Mochu Pop - Language Immersion for Babies and Toddlers, guides babies and toddlers through animation via an iPad or smartphone in just a few minutes of adorable play.

 “Pop only the balloons with these shapes and colors,” begins the app. A lavender triangle balloon floats by. Or it might be a golden diamond. With a touch of a little finger, the balloon pops and a sound of “eh” or “tu” in the voice of a native French speaker is heard. Repeat the game with a language selectioon of English, Spanish or Italian. Game by game, tots develop their neurons for the basic sounds of linguistics. 


The app, created by an international team of renowned gamers, scientists and educators, teaches a child not just their own language but also the tools to learn any language throughout their lifetime. The app has been tested at Montessori schools and even Noam Chomsky says “it has the key ingredients for language acquisition.” It’s available for download at no cost – magnifique! More free apps and eBooks are coming this summer.


Mochu Pop features pleasing music in the background as the child plays the interactive game. The happy penguin, dressed in a striped scarf, taps his feet and smiles with his eyes as the game progresses. As differently shaped balloons float by, animated characters Moon and Sun pop up. App options include a volume control, a blue light filter to protect young eyes and a parental dashboard to monitor your little one’s performance.


Mochu Pop • Ages 1-3 years old • Free Pop the balloons to hear a sound. In this game, the child is presented with the shape first and then watches as balloons fly up on the screen. Little ones must touch the right balloons to match the shape. When a balloon is “popped” youngsters are rewarded with a sound. These sounds, based on decades of research, are foundational to language acquisition.  Available in the iTunes App store for iPad and iPhone, in Google Play for Android, and in the Amazon App store for Kindle. You can also follow along on their social media channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and G+.


ABOUT KADHO  Kadho was founded by Dr. Kaveh Azartash and Dr. Dhonam Pemba (both PhDs in Biomedical Engineering with emphasis in vision and neuroscience) and backed by a strong network of early childhood educators, neuroscientists, linguists and child psychologists. In addition, Kadho has former executives from Disney (NYSE: DIS), Hasbro (NYSE: HAS) and Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT) on their advisory board. Kadho Inc. is utilizing the last 50 years of brain science to develop games and eBooks to maintain and enhance the innate abilities that children are born with. Kadho’s apps and eBooks teach the building blocks of linguistics by exposing babies and toddlers to 4,000 key sounds from 12 languages recorded by native speakers in a customized manner that adapts to the child’s learning pace. When children this young hear these sounds repetitively it unlocks a part of their brain to ready it for learning their native and other languages. Kadho is proudly incubated at EvoNexus. For more information, visit their informative website, www.kadho.com.

58 comments:

  1. That is an amazing app! The best time to start teaching them is when they're young!

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  2. I had learned in school that a child's mind is at their peak when they are younger. This makes perfect sense to start teaching them another language when they are a baby or toddler as they are able to pick it up faster. Thanks for sharing I have a two year old and think I might need to check this out:)

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  3. I need this to learn my Spanish. One year I went to the islands and they wouldn't give me my order unless I said it in spanish.

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  4. Excellent. Plus I'm sure I can use some help too... as far as Spanish is concerned.

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  5. That sounds like a great way for them to pick up another language young, easier to do at that age as they take everything in

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  6. That looks like fun. Anything to get them to know a language early on is great!

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  7. It's true that little ones love technology lol. When I taught preschool, one of my little 3 year olds knew how to recognize numbers way up into the 100's and knew all his colors. I asked him how he knew all of this, he said he played on the iPad! Mochu pop looks great.

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  8. Cool app, at least they will be learning something from it.

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  9. That's really cool! I absolutely love this app. It's been proven that kids can learn languages very easily when they're young.

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  10. That is the coolest! I'm going to get this for my two youngest ones. They're the perfect age for it!

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  11. i've never heard of this. I want to look into it. I could sit with my kids and learn.

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  12. What a fun way to teach kids! I bet they love it!

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  13. This sounds like a great way for kids to learn other languages. I would so use this in my homeschooling!

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  14. This sounds awesome. I would love to have this for my 4 year old! Or any of my kids for that matter! Sounds great! - jeanine

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  15. This does sound pretty cool.
    I love that they teach them computers and such now, but at the same time, I feel they spend too much time online as it is... (at times)
    I miss the learning OFFLINE...lol, but that seems so "old" now. ha hah ahaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  16. This sounds like a great app. Children absorb info like sponges and it's great to start this when they are so young.

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  17. How interesting. this looks like a great idea. Kids can learn so much when they are younger.

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  18. I am loving this game! It is so bright and colorful. It is such a great app!

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  19. My daughter is loving this app! I love that there are no in-ads!

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  20. It has all the right visuals to keep their attention. This is super cute and fun!

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  21. Mochu Pop looks like a super fun game for kids. I love that there's a parental dashboard so you can keep track of your child's progress.

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  22. Kids seem to love learning when there are games involved. This looks really cool.

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  23. What a fun idea. I love finding new ways to teach a foreign language.

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  24. It's so much easier to learn a foreign language when you're young. This sounds like a great tool.

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  25. Immersion is the best way for children to become fluent in languages. These skills will serve them well as they grow up.

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  26. What a neat app. Great way to learn and have un.

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  27. What a great way for kids to learn a second language. I used another program with Madison when she was younger and she actually knows a bit of French.

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  28. I love how advanced technology is. It's great we can use apps to help our children learn!

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  29. I wish this would have been available when mine were little. Getting them started young really gives them a leg up on having the lessons stick later on!

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  30. When you teach a young child a new language it's easier for them to absorb and even if they didn't become fluent it would be easier when they're in school to learn that language. You'll also learn by teaching them

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  31. What a great app! This would have been nice when my kiddos were little

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  32. I know from experience how much easier it is for a child to learn a second language than older children. I wish I had this app when I was growing up! Great to know that they have this for young children.

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  33. How adorable game this is! I love cute little apps like this!

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  34. Our kids are too old but this looks like a really fun app. The best part is the language learning.

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  35. I can't wait to get this app! My kids are interested in languages

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  36. What a cool app, this is perfect for my kids! We are introducing language to them at an early age

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  37. This seems like a really cool app for young kids! As a teacher I think I need to try this with my students :)

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  38. This looks like a great app! As a homeschooling Momma I'm definitely getting it for my kiddos

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  39. How cool is that! I am so impressed by what is available for children these days.

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  40. My 4 year old has picked up a little Spanish from TV, but we haven't tried a language app like this. Must give it a go!

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  41. Sounds like a great app that my kids would really enjoy.

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  42. I love learning about new educational apps geared towards children. learning a new language while young is very helpful.

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  43. This is cute! Since babies can pick up more than one language easier than, say my old self, this would be a fun way to slide learning into playtime.

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  44. This looks like a great app to play and learn. I have to check it and play with it with my daughter

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  45. That penguin is ridiculously adorable! What a fun app to learn new languages with.

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  46. Toddler's brains are like sponges. I imagine an app like this would be very beneficial.

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  47. How cool is that?! My son would probably love this. He's always changing the language on his DVD settings, LOL! It just intrigues him.

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  48. I am amazed a what children can learn. When I see them on ipads or iphones playing games and learning it seems unreal.

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  49. This is just amazing. Looks like a great stuff for babies & toddlers & moms are going to just love it too. The app looks simple & very much user friendly as well. Kids can learn so easily for sure.

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  50. This is super cute, I'm going to download this for my 4 year old!

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  51. This looks like a great idea! I love the multiple languages.

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  52. This sounds like a super fun app for the kids! I'm always looking for good apps for our family!

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  53. I've never heard of this before, but it looks great for those with smaller kids. Very educational and fun!

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  54. I love this idea!! We bought the Muzzy series for our kids to learn Spanish early on, but this free app looks awesome!

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  55. Mochu Pop look really awesome for my kids. I love how you can keep track of your child's progress too. This is so useful and great for learning in a fun way!

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