Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Toddler/Kid App Review: Kidlo Land

* I was given the app for 6 months free in return for review, all opinions are mine!
If your kids are anything like mine then they like to play on the IPad.
My kids are allowed to play 30 minutes of IPad time a day, as long as they are good, there homework is done and there rooms are cleaned up.  We have 2 IPads, which can turn into a fight with having 3 kids but they do pretty darn good about sharing.  On our IPads you'll find educational games, we don't allow to many other games to be added that aren't at least teaching them something.

When Kidlo Land reached out and asked if we wanted to try there toddler/preschool age app for 6 months, I had to say yes.  With Kendall being home I try and do some tot school with her two or three times a week, for about 30 minutes.  I knew incorporating this app into our tot school would not only help this mama out but would also help her out in the process.  Its fun, colorful, musical and all things to keep kids interested while also learning, which is key for any toddler with the attention span of 5 seconds.  She can also play the app when we aren't doing tot school as well.

Since starting the app she has learned lots of new rhyming songs, letters, numbers, a little bit of adding, color sorting, matching and so much more.  I would totally recommend this app.  This app is the top preschool app for kids 5 and under (although my older girls play with it and love it as well), it includes nursery rhymes, abc's, phonics, stories, games, activities, colors, animals, etc.  They recently won Mom's Choice Gold Award, which for this mom who doesn't like to much IPad time thinks its awesome. 

I love that with this app you can download certain content that can be used without wifi , which is perfect for those long road trips, doctor office visits where you know you'll be there for awhile or long walks through Target when you want your kid to behave and walk around in silence (moms you know what I'm talking about!) 
If you want to try this app out here are the links
The Kidlo Land app is free to download, and the free content is good but if you want the full version of the app you need to purchase a subscription.  The subscription to the games gives you full access to many more nursery rhymes, games and songs.  It really is a great app for toddlers and totally would recommend it. 

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