Fun & Educational Screen Time with Kidloland

February 21, 2017 0 Comments

Like it or not, screens are a part of all of our lives. Try to make the best decisions about screen time limits and screen time use for your kids by choosing TV shows, apps, and games that parents and kids both enjoy. With the right choices, controlled screen time doesn’t have to be all bad, but can have alot of benefits for your child and some much needed quiet time for mommy (wink wink)!

With an unbelievable amount of children’s apps out there, it is hard to know which ones are good. Jax is a kid that loves to play outside and is very active. I have to say Kidloland is one of the rare apps that gets his attention. With a 1000+ games, nursery rhymes, activities and songs, he won’t get bored easily and can explore something new every time.

Some of the features includes:

Nursery Rhymes: Classic nursery rhymes with the cutest interactive animation. Jax’ loves Old Mac Donald had a Farm.

Reading: More songs, activities and stories to help your kid with his first stems towards reading.

Games: Educational games that are fun and colourful. I love the puzzles like Cutting fruit and the learning colours are also a great educational feature.

Activities: Definitely also a favourite of ours. The pig washing, ring tossing and animal feeding are so cute and very creative!  Tiny little fingers learn fine motor skills and concentration.

 

The app is said to build your child’s hand-eye coordination and cognitive skills. With no adverts, your toddler can have fun with this app without any interruptions. The other thing I absolutely love, is the fact that once you have downloaded the package or songs within a category, it is there.  You can use it offline!!!  So no more screaming at the wifi connection, or using your data.

You can download the app for free, but there are in app purchases to unlock more content.

 

If you don’t already have this app, I highly recommend downloading it:
The App Store
Google Play
Amazon Apps

Watch the preview here:

The images in this post are screenshots of the app and property of Kidloland. The photos are property of Mumu & Me and Elizabeth J photography.

 

 

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