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KidloLand – A Fun & Educational App For Toddlers

KidloLand – A Fun & Educational App For Toddlers

I am a mum who tries to limit screen time. There are a few reasons I do this:

1. If I didn’t my kids would never go outside! They need some fresh air, sunlight and exercise.

2. My toddler sees what the older kids are doing and mimics them, so she would also become dependent on her tablet for fun.

3. It is unnecessary for them to be on digital devices all the time. There are so many other fun things to do, see and play.

In saying that though, I do understand the importance of my kids being confident in using computers and tablets. It is the way of the future and if they can be introduced to it in a way that benefits their education I am completely on board.


Toddler app that makes a difference

I am on the fence about how old a child should be before they are introduced to digital devices and how long their use should be limited to. I actually wrote about this on Little Red Compass, read about it here.

KidloLand toddler app

KidloLand – he perfect app for toddlers & pre-schoolers

There are so many features that make KidloLand great. So while I do limit Haddies time on her tablet, I encourage her to use this app for the following reasons:

• It is easy to use, kid friendly and is advertising free. Which means I don’t have to worry that she will click into something she shouldn’t.

• It is designed specifically for children aged 0-5.

• KidloLand has over 100 educational activities that help to build children’s cognitive skills and improve hand-eye coordination.

• The app includes original songs to encourage kids to learn ABCs, shapes, colours, fruit, animals and much more!

• It is interactive which makes my toddler more interested. When she touches certain characters and shapes they come alive.

• Subtitles are added to the bottom of the screen for each song making it easy to follow along and learn the words and are also a great resource to help pre-schoolers with early word identification.

• The animations are funny which peaks her excitement.

KidloLand toddler app

KidloLand has over 700 songs, nursery rhymes, stories, games and activities for toddlers which makes it a great option for keeping the kids entertained on long distance road trips. I love that you don’t have to worry about using your mobile data to use the app on the go. You can download the songs, games and activities while at home and then enjoy using them offline, anywhere you want.

KidloLand toddler app

The KidloLand app is free to download and comes with included songs and lullabies with additional available in-app purchases or subscriptions. Subscriptions are available in monthly ($7.99) or yearly. Purchasing yearly saves you 33%!
Available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play store.

Disclosure: I received a KidloLand subscription for the purpose of this review.  All opinions are my own.

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  1. 17/10/2016 / 7:12 am

    I am a boring mummy who is not so into apps for kids. I would rather they read a physical book. Having said that, I did use my ipad to entertain my youngest as a baby.

  2. 17/10/2016 / 9:05 am

    I am someone who found apps early for under 5s but used my early childhood education experience to work out which ones had value for the grandkids when we were caring for them. I think it is all about taking time to ensure that there is balance in all kids do and are exposed to and you sound like you are doing an awesome job!!

  3. 17/10/2016 / 11:57 am

    My boys are older now, but would have loved this when they were toddlers. Totally agree about limiting screen time… though probably need to start with myself. SO addicted! Ahem…

  4. 17/10/2016 / 12:07 pm

    I’m sure Miss 1 would love this app. I try to limit screen time on iPods and iPads with all of my girls. It’s tricky sometimes though, particularly with my youngest because she sees her older sisters using their devices and wants to do the same. Everything in moderation I say.

  5. 17/10/2016 / 5:32 pm

    Even I’m tempted to play that game! Cool giveaway. I’m glad I was able to link up with your Mummy Monday this week! I’m a mum to 2 fur-babies 🙂


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  6. Sarah
    19/10/2016 / 11:58 pm

    I love the educational side of apps for kid’s just as much as the entertainment side. The kids value screen time and use it productively.

  7. Kristy F
    06/11/2016 / 9:36 am

    I want an app that has some educational value to it. I don’t like constant screen time as I like kids being kids and playing and discovering, but there are times when you need a breather and something like this can be great to get your child to sit still also.

  8. Belinda moxey
    06/11/2016 / 4:29 pm

    I want an app that is something I would let my child watch on tv, an app that has no links to anywhere else and something that is a trusted G rating.
    Something that my child can tap on to go further into a scenario would be great eg, tap on the elephant and the elephant takes you to a page that tells you about elephants so it can be educational too

  9. tracy wedding
    07/11/2016 / 6:43 pm

    so I can play with my grand kids on their ipads

  10. Rachel K-N
    09/11/2016 / 5:57 pm

    I want an app that creates squeals of delight and big smiles.

    And when they’re learning at the same time, what a bonus!

  11. sacha pech
    10/11/2016 / 10:14 am

    No sneaky ads that pop up and kids tap on…. constantly restarting games because ads direct the kids off.

  12. Elisabeth Martins
    13/11/2016 / 4:38 pm

    It’s hard to find good children’s applications that don’t have hidden add on’s or tons of ads.

  13. Amanda S
    14/11/2016 / 12:07 am

    My son has used a tablet since age two. It was the best way to get him back inside or to sit still on the bus. I like apps that are educational with no adverts. Now his sister is two she has got a case of tablet envy.

  14. Renee Ballantyne
    14/11/2016 / 10:24 am

    Peace of mind it is kid friendly

  15. cassidy robson
    14/11/2016 / 10:38 am

    As with everything in life moderation is the key. But I do think most of us would be lying if we didn’t allow our kids a little more digital time from time to time then we should.

  16. Melinda Bolitho
    14/11/2016 / 7:17 pm

    Must be bright and colourful.
    Engaging and educational.
    Non-repetitive music is a plus.
    Logging in should be easy with no fuss.
    No annoying ads or in-app purchases!

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