Before I was a parent I insisted I wasn’t going to let my kids have much screen time when they were under five years old. Ha..as most parents know that is nearly impossible to follow, and screens are everywhere. At this point my four year old and two year old both have their own devices which I monitor and let them use within limits. So it’s always wonderful when you discover a safe and educational way to let your children have screen time. I was recently given the chance to try and review the KidloLand App and I jumped on it.
Let me say, this app is amazing! It seriously beats many other apps I have tried with my children and it has endless possibilities for learning and fun. I don’t believe I have even scratched the surface of what it offers actually. My son at two and a half has been especially fond of it and I think it will be fun to use with my baby as she gets older too.
KidloLand is marketed for children from 0-5 years old and this seems accurate to me.
A few of the features from KidloLand’s website:
Over 700+ Nursery Rhymes, songs, stories, activities, and games. Tons of classic nursery rhymes. Hundreds of original songs to teach phonics, numbers, fruits, vehicles, animals, vegetables, animal sounds, birds, months of the year, days of the week, lullabies, Christmas songs, etc. Many bedtime and early learning stories, 300+ fun educational activities and 12 toddler and baby games.
Playlist feature to play any 25 songs one after another uninterrupted.
Certified safe for kids by the KidSAFE program.
Ad free and new content is available each month.
KidloLand is a subscription service. It costs $4.99 a month, $24.99 for six months, or $39.99 a year which is the best value.
My son is enamored with dinosaurs right now and especially loved a dinosaur counting game/song as well as one containing vehicles. I have not used this much with my four year old yet but I can tell there is plenty for her age as well. I love the seemingly endless play options on this app and I appreciate that it is available for multiple devices since we use iPhones and Kindles in our house. Check out all these colorful and educational games in the images below. The last two are from my son’s favorite, the dinos.
You can also learn more at the KidloLand website. Please let me know if you have any questions about KidloLand at all.