Super Why Paint Mobile App for Kids

PBS KIDS has introduced its new Super Why Paint! application for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It is available on the App Store and is based on Super Why, a preschool series that helps kids build critical literacy skills.

The new app includes 48 coloring pages featuring Super Why characters.

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“With trusted guides Super Why, Alpha Pig, Princess Presto and Wonder Red leading the way, the Super Why Paint! app fosters kids’ excitement about creating art and exploring colors,” said Lesli Rotenberg, senior VP, Children’s Media, PBS.

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The colorful new app features an array of engaging activities and features, including:

COLORS: With a swipe of the color wheel, children can personalize and experiment with a painting palette of 20 colors and a set of 19 virtual Super Why -themed stickers!

VARIETY: Super Why fans can enjoy 48 coloring pages that feature the superhero sidekicks in a variety of super poses.

GALLERY: The paintings that kids create can be stored in an art gallery and added to a personal photo roll with a single touch.

SHARE: Parents can email their kids’ artwork to family and friends, upload to Facebook, send using MMS, or set as wallpaper.

LEARNING: When children finish painting on screen, parents can encourage further color exploration at home by creating a personal color wheel and identifying colors in an everyday environment.

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The Super Why Paint! app is available for $2.99 from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, or at

The app was developed in partnership with Mobile Deluxe and Out of the Blue Enterprises.

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