Educational App for Preschool Kids – KidloLand App Review
My toddler is allowed to play on my phone or tablet sometimes but we don’t have many apps for her. We have a drawing app and a Swedish/English flash card app and, like most kids, she loves to watch YouTube videos featuring PlayDoh and Surprise Eggs… I don’t mind her using technology for short periods of time as long as it is under our supervision so she stays safe but I definitely prefer when she does something more educational. Though she has learnt a lot from those YouTube videos, too.
Recently, we’ve been trying out the KidloLand app and my toddler loves it! It’s an app with lots and lots of content so it’s hard to run out of new things to do. We’ve had it for around a month now and have only explored a small amount of it so far because there are so many fun things to do. Parts of the app are not downloaded until you want to use it and this saves space on your device.
There are lots of nursery rhymes, songs, games and over 100 educational activities to help bulid your child’s cognitive skills and hand-eye coordination.
The animations are funny and keep kids entertained and there are thousands of surprises hidden everywhere for extra fun.
My daughter knows a lot of words, numbers and the alphabet already but she loves watching videos and playing games featuring these plus ones with animals, fruits, vegetables and much more. The nursery rhymes and stories are great too.
I love that the app also focuses on the hand-eye coordination as that’s very important to master. My daughter’s favourite bit of the app is the Pop the ABCs and Pop the Numbers games and they teach your kids about letters and numbers and practices their coordination at the same time. The games are quite difficult too which is good as challenges are important when it comes to learning!
We’ve got loads more to explore but so far we really love it!
Watch the preview below to see more about the app:
Read more here and download from iTunes here. The KidloLand app is also available from Amazon Appstore and Google Play. Your regular internet speed at home (minimum 3 Mbps) should be enough to download the apps. If you want to see how fast your internet is you can use this tool here.
We received a free trial of the app for the purpose of this review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own. Contains sponsored links.
This blog is edited by a mid-30s mum with over 15 years of professional childcare experience. Now 9 years into motherhood and enthusiastic about finding great products and helpful solutions for busy families to make life more fun and easier too.
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