Common Sense Networks has announced it will be launching Sensical, a new, free streaming platform featuring short-form content appropriate for children ages 2-12 set to launch in 2021. The platform will feature educational content that’s been thoughtfully filtered for quality through a rigorous and proprietary rubric to give the most.
The immersive and handpicked library will be organized and tiered into three distinct categories:
- Preschoolers (ages 2-4)
- Little kids (ages 5-7)
- Big kids (ages 8-12)
“Sensical’s mission is to ignite kids’ passions, fuel curiosity, build bridges between children and their parents and make everyone part of the learning journey,” said Common Sense Networks CEO Eric Berger. “As a free platform offering only age-appropriate fare, we remove every obstacle to accessing a comprehensive, trusted resource for entertaining short-form video from the best possible content creators. Every family can afford to add Sensical to their personal bundle and we couldn’t be more excited to create a distinctive alternative for parents and partner with them in their goal to raise good humans.”
With each minute of content screened and vetted according to the rubric mentioned, parents can be assured their child is getting educational development content appropriate for their age.
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