When the busy bags have lost their pizzazz, the snacks have all been eaten, and the markers run dry, but you still have 20+ minutes of waiting, what do you do? I wish I could say that my diaper bag is full of endless backup plans, however that just isn’t always the case. Truth be told, I turn to my phone! Luckily, I was recently asked to review the KidloLand App – Nursery Rhymes, Songs & Early Learning Games for Preschool Kids, which has been amazing.
From day one, the KidloLand App has been a hit in our house. My girls, ages four and under, have all found at least one activity that they enjoy personally, and countless others that they can all enjoy together. Nursery rhymes, phonics, songs, letters, numbers, and more. The KidloLand App has so many things to offer, limiting screen time may become a necessity.
I am a firm believer in limiting screen time. However, I also believe that when you find a great app such as KidloLand, your kids can experience letters, numbers, and other educational concepts on a completely different level. Educational apps can provide kids with independent learning opportunities in a safe and controlled environment. Hint: they will be so excited to play on their own, they won’t even realize they are learning!
The KidloLand App provides this and so much more.
We recently attended a family wedding, with multiple cousins all under the age of five. The KidloLand App kept three to four kids entertained all at the same time. Sometimes peacefully watching and singing and other times actively trying to pop balloons or catch flying letters.
Why We Love KidloLand
My oldest daughter B (almost four), loves that she is able to maneuver the app independently with ease. She absolutely loves the Nursery Rhymes especially “Old McDonald”. The Nursery Rhymes are interactive, so children can make the animals and objects on the screen move while they are listening to the songs.
Miss Tuna loves singing “Wheels on the Bus”, luckily the KidloLand App has multiple versions of “Wheels on the Bus” for her to listen to. Similar to the Nursery Rhymes, the objects on the screen are interactive. Kids can not only listen to their favorite songs but also engage with the objects on the screen as well.
Miss Shrimp enjoys popping the balloons and other various objects on the KidloLand App. Kids can pick from a variety of balloons (animals, shapes, letters, monsters, and more). Once popped the app names the object. Without even realizing it, kids are learning letters, shapes, and colors simply by trying to pop the objects on the screen before they float away..
As a mom, I like that I have control over what they can play with through the settings on this app. Once downloaded, you can choose what activities you want to download and have available for your kids.
I also personally love the variety that this app has to offer. Your child can be listening to a phonics song one minute or learning about community helpers the next. Each activity is fun, engaging, educational, bright, colorful, and provides an opportunity for your child to learn, laugh, play, and grow.
In addition to what I have shared with you today, KidloLand offers these features:
- 95+ Nursery Rhymes
- 280+ Songs
- 55 educational and fun stories
- 400+ educational activities and games
- Thousands of surprises
- Always AD free
Whether you need a fun, kid-friendly app to keep your little ones entertained or something to help them with their letters and phonics, KidloLand is a great choice. I hope you’ll check them out, your kids will thank you. You can purchase the KidloLand App through Itunes, Google Play, and the Amazon App store.
You can download the app for free which gives you access to some of the Nursery Rhymes. However, additional packs can be purchased for $1.99 each, or a yearly subscription of $45.99.
I was given a free subscription of this app from the developer of KidloLand for a review. However, I spent a few weeks trying it out and letting my girls play to really test out the app. My opinion is 100% honest and it was my decision to post this review on my blog.