Screen Time for Tots

KidloLand- Educational App for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Today I’m talking all about screen time. Do you have a limit of how much screen time your child gets each day? Do you ban certain apps they can watch or play on? Do you only allow interactive learning games and videos? Are they allowed to watch at meal times, out to eat, to keep them quite. In this day and age I think it’s really easy to just give in.. in my opinion, I would say that it’s very uncommon to not see a small child with an ipad, their parents phone or some sort of tablet.

For us, we try to limit “tablet time” especially YouTube kids (Oliver is obsessed with Ryan’s toy review) but it can be very challenging and if I’m being honest we’re not really that strict with it. A lot of times I suggest using it when Attikus takes a nap and I need to get work done, or if we’re out to eat and he won’t settle down, it’s just easier for US to just give in and let him watch it.. that way he’s at least quite! So when KidloLand reached out to me to trial their online interactive learning apps, I was all for it and extremely excited to have Oliver actually learning while using his ipad!

Oliver doesn’t just want to watch YouTube kids anymore, he actually clicks on the learning app himself and enjoys playing all the games and listening to all the music. His favorite games are the tracing of shapes, or letters or numbers, putting the puzzle pieces together and washing the trucks! There are so many games within the app that he loves and I’m so proud of him for learning and pushing through his frustrations when he has a hard time with one of the activities.

The Reason I love KidloLand

This app is award winning for kids under the year of 5! It features 400+ Nursery rhymes and learning songs that are ideal for that toddler stage because they are interactive and keep them engaged with surprises that come alive when tapping on the screen. It offers a complete phonics section with songs and learning activities to help them towards their first steps to reading.

Benefits of KidloLand learning

  • Kid safe and Kid friendly content

  • Read and sing alongs

  • Colorful illustrations

  • Over 500+ stories, songs and games

  • Can access offline

  • Interactive with animated graphics

I would highly recommend this app for any parent with a child who enjoys a little too much “Ryan’s toy review” time as it again offers preschool math games, english learning for kids pre-k through kindergarten, over 700+ interactive games for babies and toddlers to help boost their cognitive skills, hand-eye coordination, concentration, and imagination, plus 1000+ nursery rhymes, songs and games! Especially with the arrival of our 3rd baby here soon, I know I will not be able to give Oliver my full attention in those first couple weeks so I’m looking forward to having the option for him to use the KidloLand app. You can download the app by clicking the links below.




Thanks for stopping by, be sure to go check out the KidloLand app as I know you will love it as much as we do!