Sago Mini School adds a diverse character creator and other features for preschoolers in About Me update
Sago Mini School is officially launching a new update called About Me on January 27th, letting wide-eyed and eager preschoolers hone their learning skills through natural curiosity. Players can expect to explore the colours of a rainbow as well as early math and more.
In Sago Mini School, kids can not only learn what happens to garbage when it's thrown away, but they can also discover fun ways to practice their problem-solving skills and improve literacy. In particular, the About Me update is precisely that - it's about the players themselves on a journey to self-discovery.
Tons of engaging and educational activities await children in About Me. One of the most enjoyable things they can do is to tinker around with the Character Creator, which includes twelve skin tones plus all of the elements that make each child beautiful - this includes freckles, birthmarks, head coverings, different hairstyles and wheelchairs. This kind of diversity also opens up children's perceptions of the world around them.
Sago Mini School's About Me is another great way for children to boost their social interaction even while they're staying safe at home. This also helps parents learn with their kids while schools are closed.
If you're eager to give the app a go, you can download Sago Mini School on the iOS App Store or on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases - you can download it for free to try it out, then decide if you wish to continue with the subscription on a monthly or on an annual basis. You can also head on over to the official website for more info.
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