We have exciting news! Our company has joined Khan Academy, a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
In 2008, we founded Duck Duck Moose because we were inspired by our then-two-year-old daughter and the potential to deliver rich educational experiences for young children with mobile technology. We created our first app, the Wheels on the Bus, an interactive musical storybook, because it was our daughter’s favorite song. Since then, we have grown into a team of designers, engineers, and educators who have created over 21 award-winning apps for children.
We’ve always been a mission-driven team, and decided to join Khan Academy because it gives us the greatest opportunity to impact children globally and provide universal access to education. We couldn’t imagine working with a more mission-aligned organization, and are thrilled to be leading a new initiative at Khan Academy to develop early learning products for kids.
This partnership adds preschool learning to Khan Academy’s K-12 and higher education digital learning offerings, and is made possible by an initial philanthropic grant from Omidyar Network.
As part of the Khan Academy nonprofit organization, we’re now able to make all 21 of our award-winning apps FREE for families around the world. Join our effort to support kids everywhere by sharing this exciting news with teachers, parents and friends.
Caroline & the Duck Duck Moose team