Moka Mera is a family of educational, playful applications and tools for children, teachers, and parents.
Suzan Aledin and Petra Holm, co-founders of Moka Mera, are on a mission to inspire children to learn through play. They share an extensive background as producers and creators of children’s content at the Finnish Broadcasting Company Yle. After years in children’s media, they wanted to broaden their reach. They founded Moka Mera in 2017 to address a growing need for high quality educational children’s content.
Petra Holm, co-founder, Moka Mera
Suzan Aledin, co-founder, Moka Mera
“Moka” is Finnish slang for fail, and “Mera” is the Swedish word for more. In Moka Mera content, mistakes can easily occur and children are encouraged to have fun when making them. In a safe environment, where children feel secure, they are allowed to make those mistakes, again and again. Ultimately children learn from their mistakes. This is what makes true superheroes!
Building resilience is not only important for helping children deal with current difficulties, but also in developing the basic skills and habits that will help them deal with challenges later in life, during adolescence and adulthood.
Play is important because it provides a primary foundation for learning, exploring, problem-solving, and building an understanding of the world and your role within it. Children learn through playing. Let kids be kids!
Cognitive flexibility includes two skills: flexible thinking and set shifting. The ability to think flexibly helps children to get along with others, helps everybody to solve problems and try new ways of doing things.
We cherish the privacy in our apps by not gathering any usage data or having any outside links or in-app purchases.
Moka Mera’s mission is to inspire and stimulate young creative minds, by providing pre-school children with innovative, fun, and safe content across various platforms.
All Moka Mera content allows children to learn and grow, based on their needs, on an age-appropriate level. Moka Mera also provides support material for educators and parents.