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KidloLand Educational Apps Review

September 15, 2018



I have never been a big fan of iPads, Kindles, etc. to keep my child occupied at any given time. Yes, Luke watches moderate tv and is allowed to play on his Kindle occasionally. I try to be very conscious of the amount of screentime I allow my children throughout the week. We all know that in today's generation electronic devices are everywhere. It's so easy to let them become apart of our children's daily lives. I'm a firm believer in natural stimulation and letting my kids explore their imagination.  Self-stimulating activities, exploring and being outside are important for our lifestyle.


When Kidlo reached out to me about their programs, I was hesitant on accepting because I didn't want to encourage more screentime for my little guy(s). After taking time to do my own research on the programs, I decided to give it a shot.


Here are the apps Luke has been playing with over the past couple of months:


1) KidloLand: An award-winning app for kids with 1000+ Nursery Rhymes, Songs, Games, and Stories. It was featured by Google Play as the 'Best App for Kids' in 2016 & is also a recipient of Mom's Choice Gold Award.


2) Preschool Math Games for Kids: A comprehensive math learning program for kids in Pre-K & K filled with exciting games & interactive songs. It has won the 2018 Academics' Choice Smart Media Award as well.


3) Kidlo English for Kids: An English learning program for kids in Pre-K & K with 500+ Songs, Games, Activities & Stories.


4) Baby Games & Toddler Puzzles: Kidlo Toddler Games with 700+ interactive games which will boost their cognitive skills, hand-eye coordination, concentration, and imagination.


Here's the scoop.

I have nothing but great things to say about Kidlo apps. The apps have amazing educational benefits and focuses on kids ages 1-5. Given that Luke is only two, he really enjoyed all the nursery rhymes, songs, coloring, as well as  matching letters and shapes. I can see how in time, he would grow into using much more of the features. Luke is very smart for his age and has known his letters, numbers, and shapes for months now. Out of the four apps we tried out, his favorites were Preschool Math Games for Kids and KidloLand Kids Nursery Rhymes. Kyle (9 months) even joined in for some of the fun occasionally!


You can get endless content for $4.99/month, $24.99/6months, or $39.99/year.Your child will never get bored; there is always something new to explore. I have provided links for each of the apps listed below. If you are interested in educational content for your child, I highly recommend Kidlo!



KidloLand: Kids Nursery Rhymes 


Baby Puzzles & Toddler Games


English Learning for Kids


Kindergarten Kids Math Games



Kindergarten Kids Math Games


KidloLand: Kids Nursery Rhymes


English Learning for Kids


Baby Puzzles & Toddler Games













*Disclaimer: I received a free subscription from Kidloland in return for an honest review. Links are not affiliate links.

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