Parents

Puppy Preschool - Letter to parents

Learn with your new best friends!

Dear parent,

The holidays always bring back fond memories of my favourite holiday gift ever: my first dog Chito. I’d always dreamed of a furry friend. Imagine my surprise to find him waiting for me under the tree when I was only three!

Chito loved kids, and was intensely loyal, affectionate and fun. He loved to play fetch at the park or go swimming at the beach in my native Argentina. We became inseparable. When I started to develop Puppy Preschool, I wanted to capture Chito’s exuberance, playfulness, and warmth - all the qualities that make dogs and humans such good friends. Most of all, I wanted to encourage a love for learning through fun interactive activities designed to develop basic cognitive skills.

I hope Puppy Preschool ignites a love for puppies and playful learning!

Playing Puppy Preschool

Snuggle up to your new puppy friends, learning important skills along the way. Develop counting skills by dunking Harvey and his nine other four-legged friends in a giant outdoor tub. Practice shape recognition as you play catch with dozens of cute objects. Sorting is fun when you’re feeding puppies bananas, pickles, cupcakes and watermelon. And it’s easy to compose music on a one-of-a-kind puppy piano ––– can you make a puppy howl?

To Talk About

Like all Sago Mini apps, there are no levels or time limits, just open-ended play. While playing with your little one, ask open-ended questions and engage them in stories. How many different kinds of puppies can you think of? If you could have any puppy dog, what kind would you choose? What would you name your puppy? How would you look after your puppy to keep it happy and healthy?

Have Fun!
¡Que se Diviertan!
Manuel Afonso, Developer

The Team
Lisa Armstrong, Designer
Aaron Leighton, Artist
Elaine Hsu, Artist
Mike Pereira, Artist
Manuel Afonso, Developer
John Park, Developer
Richard Hilmer, Developer
Carole Boudreau, Animator
Vanessa Logan,Technical Artist
Danny Simmons, Sound Design
Ryan Fairley, Quality Assurance

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