At Hopster entertainment and education go hand in hand. Our content helps develop kids’ literacy, numeracy and encourages their curiosity. Your little one’s learning is at the heart of everything we do.
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Discover Shakespeare with Two Minute Tales
Introducing preschoolers to Shakespeare, we have launched a new series, Two Minute Tales from Shakespeare, and accompanying activity packs developed by our Head of Learning.
Get Hopster on your phone, tablet or smart TV. It has a fun interface designed just for kids and can be used offline, so all their favourite shows, songs, books and games can be in one place when you need them.
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"Love this app for my 4 year old. She’s been watching it since it launched and it has only got better since. And now it works abroad it’s even better! Totally worth the subscription price."
"Great value and great service! The app is fantastic and I can also use Hopster on my Apple TVs so the kids absolutely love it. Ad free and no inappropriate content so you don’t have to worry."
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"We are half way through our trial with Hopster and can really recommend it. Unlike Netflix, which we trialled at the same time, you can totally relax knowing that your children are watching age appropriate programmes."
"Every time my son opens this app I hear “wooow”. He absolutely loves this app, he can watch some of his favourite shows wherever we are. Most of all he loves the games, they are educational and really fun to play together and it’s great watching him learn!"
An app you can trust
We carefully choose all our content, are totally ad free and fully kidSAFE+ COPPA certified, passing stringent rules for children’s online safety, parental controls, age appropriate content, and data security.
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Is kids TV making your child prejudiced?
Report from Hopster finds that top preschool TV shows poorly represents disability, LGBT+, the working class and has high rates of gender stereotyping, pushing BAME characters into the background.