Tuesday, April 26, 2016

KidloLand Educational App for Kids Age 0-5 Review + Giveaway!

Disclosure – I have been compensated and/or received this product/service for free. Regardless, all reviews and opinions are honest and my own.



Remember how I said that I let my kids use as much technology as they want? Well Capri recently found out about YouTube Kids and has been obsessing over watching “Princess” things (basically I search the word princess and she watches whatever comes up). Some things are fine for her to watch, as they teach her different things, but I am just over the whole Play-Doh building videos and watching other people play with dolls. There is no educational value to that. So when I was asked to check out the KidloLand App, I jumped on this opportunity because it was the perfect time to get Capri to switch from annoying YTK to a fun and educational app.



The KidloLand App installed very quickly on Capri’s iPad and she was off to the races on deciding what to check out first. The options of what to do are seemingly endless. There are more than 245 nursery rhymes and educational songs plus over 100 educational activities. And another great feature is that this app is advertisement free! NO ADS! That is unheard of anymore.



Capri loved the activities section, especially the matching and dot-to-dot games. We both enjoyed the music which brought back memories of nursery rhymes that I had forgot of and some I had never heard of before. The mom in me loved the educational aspects which included learning her ABCs, fruits, months, and so much more through songs and activities. This app made it FUN to learn. In fact, I don’t even think Capri realized she was learning but instead just thought she was playing. It makes a huge difference because trust me, she leaves the “learning” at pre-school. It is all fun and games at home…wink wink!

This app is recommended for ages 0-5. Cam really has no interest in the iPad yet but did seem to enjoy the music. Capri started to enjoy the iPad a bit more around 18 months so I would say give it a try if you have a child between 18 months and 5 years old. 

And I know it may seem absurd to spend money on an app for your child to “play” with, but this app is well worth the cost. However, I have GREAT news! I am offering 3 of my readers a FREE 6 month subscription of the KidloLand App for your kid(s)! How cool is that? So thanks to KidloLand for offering this up. Just enter the giveaway in the form below. Winner will be announced 5/3/16. Good Luck!


26 comments:

  1. I wanna win! My daughter would love!

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  2. Our kids would share it. We have four 5 year-old children. : 0 )

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  3. Oh I'm sure my son would love this!

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  4. That sounds like an awesome app! I think my young nieces and nephews would love this.

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  5. Sounds like an awesome app, will have to check it out!

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  6. I think anything that will expand a child's mind is a good thing. Now a days with everything going to electronics and some form of technology it is good to see educational games too. Thank you for the post!

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  7. My 17 month old is constantly taking my tablet. I'd love something other than youtube to show him.

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  8. Tablets are like crack to the littles so its so nice to see something that has educational value!!

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  9. Looks like a fun app that my 3 year old would enjoy. I get sick of the games where everything is locked so this would be great!

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  10. This would be perfect for my nieces and nephew. They love to watch the same thing over and over. After awhile you want to expose them, and yourself, to something new.

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  11. Sounds like a nice app. I make sure I download educational ones for the twins too, they have been very effective and my twins have been very good with their letters, shapes, numbers and colors thanks to these apps. I will definitely check this one out.

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  12. Omg these apps sound fantastic!!! I'm going to have to look into them for my daughter :)

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  13. This does sound like a lot of fun for the little ones. Educational apps like this are the best

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  14. Sounds like something my little one would like. It's true that there are a lot of free apps out there, but their games often get interrupted with ads or in-app purchases.

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  15. This sounds like a really great app for young kids!

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  16. This would be perfect for my son, he would love the app for sure.

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  17. I love that it has no ads. That is really rare these days. It looks like a lot of fun. Now, we just have to get the kids an Ipad.

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    1. Shann, I was totally unsure about the iPad at first, but it is a wonderful educational tool and a good toy for rainy days.

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  18. I am thankful for anything that is more educational. My granddaughter also loves to watch the videos of others just building things or playing a video game. I'm not a big fan. Thank you for the information.

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  19. Sounds like a great app. I need to look into it. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. wow very interesting app! my daughter would love this!! she need more space to download them

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  21. This looks like something my 6 year old would love. We have similar apps, and she just loves to play wtih them.

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  22. These are some cool giveaways for kids!

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