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Can the KidloLand App Benefit your Kid?

Looking for great preschool content for your little ones? The award-winning KidloLand app has 245+ nursery rhymes &100 +educational songs and activities.(Last Updated On: May 17, 2016)

Looking for great preschool content for your little ones? The award-winning KidloLand app has 245+ nursery rhymes &100 +educational songs and activities, covering so many subjects it’s perfect to supplement your child’s learning.

Most mamas are intentional about screen time for our children, wanting only the best for our babies. The KidloLand App was recently awarded the Spring 2016 Academics’ Choice Smart Media Choice award so moms and experts agree, we can feel good about letting our littles use this app.

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When my daughter was little, I found that the right apps and programs could do more than keep her entertained, they could help her learn through catchy songs and repetition, both of which the KidloLand App has in spades!

I was given a free subscription to write an honest review of the application, but the opinions are totally mine. The KidloLand app is certainly one you can feel good about handing to your toddler-preschooler.

The songs are sweet with adorable characters. I really like how the lyrics are printed on the screen and are clearly shaded as they are sung, which helps children visually track the words.

Looking for great preschool content for your little ones? The award-winning KidloLand app has 245+ nursery rhymes &100 +educational songs and activities.

Following from left to right and understanding that spoken words correspond to written ones are crucial steps toward literacy. Kids won’t even know how much they are learning.

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My daughter just turned six, so she is at the top of the recommended ages, and I could see that she has probably aged out of much of the content, but even so, I downloaded it in preparation for a trip to keep her occupied during our travels.

She really enjoys playing on the app. Each song has several screens with interactive elements your child has to touch to discover. She has fun discovering what happens when she touches each character. She easily stays occupied for 15-30 minutes if I let her.

The songs cover such a variety of content, it would be challenging for most kids to even get through it all, much less get bored. The content ranges from very early learning all the way through kindergarten with the months of the year and counting.

As a professional teacher and homeschooling mom, I think the KidloLand app is a wonderful resource for early education.

A subscription unlocks ALL the content per month or year depending on your preference. Why subscribe? New content is automatically added every month allowing your child to constantly explore new lessons without singular in app purchases.

The cost of a subscription is under $40 a year, less than $1 a week, and you can get a 7-day trial for FREE.

Cons –

  1. Depending on how much your child would use the app, the price could be an issue, but the app has loads of value.
  2. As an educator, I would like more interactive lessons for children to have to demonstrate mastery of the material, which utilizes different levels and areas of brain activity.

Overall, KidloLand App is adorable and entertaining, using musical repetition to teach and reinforce almost everything a young child needs to learn.

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22 thoughts on “Can the KidloLand App Benefit your Kid?

  1. My son is also at the older bracket of the app users but he is thoroughly enjoying using this app! It is a good app for play and preschool.

  2. This is a cute app. There are so many options anymore, it’s nice to have others let us know what the pros and cons are, especially since I try to limit the amount of screen time my kiddos get!

    1. I would recommend this for little ones. Older preschoolers might still enjoy it but more interactive would be better as they grow.

  3. Bookmarking this for when our little one gets older!

    1. This is a perfect first app when you want them to have something wholesome.

  4. Great idea! I will keep this in the back of my head!

  5. I’ve never heard of this! We used to do ABC Mouse, but it never really grew on me. Thank you for sharing with us!

    1. This is best for younger kids.

  6. what a great idea – we didn’t have any of this when i was growing up

  7. I love educational apps like this one. We all need to keep our kiddos occupied at one time or another, and I’d much rather do it with an app like this one than a less productive time-wasting game!

    1. Exactly! When my daughter was little, my husband was deployed and I needed apps and educational shows to survive at times.

  8. I have never heard of this, but will need to add it for my nieces and nephews

    1. I never had either. A subscription might be a nice gift 😉

  9. We use abc mouse, but it does not work well on my mobile phone. Also, the other educational apps I’ve tried are very one dimensional. Sounds like a great app I’ll have to check this out.

    1. This is pretty one dimensional in some ways as it is just lots of songs with educational and entertaining content, but worth trying. We also loved Monkey Preschool Lumchbox once she was ready to interact more with the technology.

  10. I love reading learning tips as my husband and I prepare to home school some day.

  11. Looks like a great resource! I’ll keep this tucked away for future reference.

  12. It amazes me how easily kiddos can use apps and electronic devices now. This app sounds much better than just sitting in front of the TV since little ones are encouraged to watch the words change and sing along. Sounds fun. 🙂

    1. I think it is probably best for very little ones, but even older kids can enjoy it.

  13. Wow. This sounds like something I would like to try for my toddler. My sister swears by ABC mouse but I just never got the hang of it. I’ll look into the free trial.

    1. This is definitely easier for littler ones. It took my daughter awhile to get the hang of ABC Mouse. This allows observing and some interacting but not answering questions or manipulating objects on screen.

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