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Website taps into kids' curiosity

7:23 PM, Feb. 4, 2013
Kids learn and play with a group of animated animals in 'Curiosityville,' a virtual world that personalizes a kid's learning based on the child's age. (Gannett/File)
Kids learn and play with a group of animated animals in 'Curiosityville,' a virtual world that personalizes a kid's learning based on the child's age. (Gannett/File)
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All parents know that kids ask a lot of questions as they wonder about the world. Curiosityville, a new learning website for kids ages 3 to 8, hopes to tap into that natural curiosity to help kids learn.

The subscription-based website invites kids to explore the city of Curiosityville by playing with its charming residents made up of animated animals. They include Artist Pablo the frog, Teacher Ruby the cat, Mayor Joe the monkey and Scientist Rosie the mouse. Additional residents, including Policeman Jack the dog, are set to be released shortly. By playing games and doing activities with ...

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