This is a sponsored post for Kidomi. As always, all opinions are my own.
I fight a constant tech battle in my house — as I try to find apps that will entertain my kids AND actually teach them something. Recently Kidomi asked me to see what my son Skylar (age 7) thought of their app. Kidomi brings together the world’s best kid’s learning entertainment content – all in one place. There are tons of puzzles to solve, adventures to read, inventions to build, creations to make and games to play from the top content creators that kids know and love including Care Bears, Thomas the Train, Toca Boca, The World of Eric Carle, My Little Pony, Crayola, Sago Sago, Highlights for Children and more; and new activities will be added every day. A brand new game or book seems to pop up every day we use Kidomi, which really delights my son. KidomiApp Educates and Entertains Children With Help From Their Favorite Characters
My favorite features were the Weekly Learning Chart (see an example below).
I could even set a daily time limit for all activities or choose a daily time limit by activity type (games and/or books).
I could also make a favorites playlist for my son or just choose activities by subject.
My son literally couldn’t run out of things to do and his big sister loved sitting with him and learning alongside. She’s 10 and I was happy to find some games and books that were appropriate for her age too.
Which was a win/win in my book.
Kidomi satisfies kids’ endless curiosity with thousands of hours of play, hundreds of activities and new content daily.
Your Kidomi subscription:
– Gives your child access to hundreds of engaging learning activities, robust games, and creativity platforms.
– Unlocks a new activity to discover and play every day
– Provides easy parent tools to manage screen time easily
– Kidomi gives insights to everything your child is playing and learning
Subscribe to Kidomi for $7.99 a month or $59.99 a year. Right now it’s available on Google Play and will be coming to IOS soon.
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