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I’m always on the lookout for something to keep my 2-year-old daughter busy when we’re out without letting her watch TV or a movie. She goes everywhere with me so sometimes, I need to keep her busy in order to get done what I need to get done. I’m always searching for something fun for her to play; but educational at the same time. She is a smart girl.
Kiddopia is our go-to app right now.
Kiddopia is a spectacular app for kids with lots of educational and entertaining content. If you are tired of looking for engaging new games for your child, then Kiddopia is the answer for you! This app was created for children 2-5 year olds.
- Alphabet Tracing
- Number Values
We’re always working on those things (without Olivia knowing of course) so a little more help mixed in with fun couldn’t hurt right? Olivia’s favorite game right now is the Coloring Pad. This is mainly because coloring is her “thing” right now. She could color all day. I’m working on getting her to play with some of the other games as well. She likes listening to the learning songs. Here are some of the examples of the other games your child can play.
- Bake & decorate Cupcake and Donuts
- Grill & garnish Pizzas
- Cook & design Pasta
- Freeze & decorate Popsicles & Smoothies
- Paint and beautify nails
- Make lovely accessories such as tiaras, necklaces, earrings
- Decorate photos with Funny Cammy
I can’t wait to watch her get into the games as much as my niece, Ava did. She played on the app for over an hour without a break. That, to me, means it’s app gold! She’s 5 and in kindergarten so I love that she loves to learn and play at the same time.
Ava did well with the tracing but it took Olivia a little work to trace. However, she still tries to use 2 fingers so it doesn’t always work well. Spelling and math were other ones that I watched Ava try out. She didn’t use them for long but I could see the wheels in her head turning. That’s what I love about kindergarteners.
You can download the free version here. For $5 a month or $35 per year, you will have access to new games the developers add. I have the paid version and it is totally worth it.