App Helps Grades K-9 Develop, Practice Life Skills

Online platform features 60+ courses, 5,000+ minutes of animated video, and thousands of interactive lessons students can use in school or at home

WittyWe, a learning environment covering school curriculum topics, life skills and college-level enrichment, helps students in grades K-9 engage in deeper learning while developing and practicing important life skills. The platform, which can be used in school or at home, features more than 60 online courses, 5,000-plus minutes of animated video, and thousands of lessons and interactive resources.

“WittyWe was created to help students deepen their knowledge and introduce them to potential career paths,” states Yafit Ohana Baruch, founder of WittyWe. “Students who want to become doctors, for example, can watch videos about health-related topics such as dental hygiene and allergies, and aspiring lawyers can watch videos about different fields of law and the legal system. WittyWe is all about inspiring students, tapping their interests, and providing a meaningful and engaging learning experience.”

The WittyWe platform uses proven teaching techniques such as storytelling, design thinking, resolving real-life cases, learning through play, and self-learning to provide students with a fun and informative way to introduce new topics. The videos and courses cover a wide array of curricular topics and help students develop important skills such as decision making, goal setting, time management, future planning, and more.

During the WittyWe experience, students earn points, badges, certificates and prizes as a reward and motivation to continue learning. The platform, which is used to supplement classroom and at-home learning, is supported on all devices, including computers, tablets, and Smartphones.

There are various WittyWe subscription packages available for both educators and parents. Annual classroom, school, home school, and virtual school packages are available for educators and there is a free trial option so individuals can try the service. Parent packages start at $19 for a 50-video package or $12 per month for an unlimited subscription.

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