Jellytoons + $20 iTunes Giveaway!

Jellytoons Toddler Skills: This app is geared specifically toward your toddler and it's done in a way that at times feels as though they are watching a favorite show. It contains 6 fun games and focuses on your child's fine motor skills and critical thinking. It will even track your child's performance graph style. Your little one will participate in matching, shape sorting, counting, tracing, and hide & seek - all of which will earn them presents (stickers) that they can arrange in their sticker book. ($0.99 for iPhone or iPad)

Thoughts from a 5 year old: This one is definitely too easy for him. He took a minute to try it out and than quickly lost interest.

Thoughts from a 2 year old: A perfect match with our little one. He had a ball with all the games, although he really favored the hide & seek game. This keeps him busy for long stretches of time and requires no help on the part of mom for him to enjoy.

Mom's Take: I think it does an excellent job of making learning activities fun for a preschooler. They don't even realize that they are learning. I loved that they included a way to track your child's performance and I was even more impressed that they made it tricky for your young one to get to (it requires triple tapping the right corner of the screen).
Simply Stated: As far as learning apps for ages 18 - 36 months go - this one is definitely worth your dollar. It's well thought out, engaging, filled with bright graphics, and does a wonderful job of introducing learning through play!
One lucky reader will win a $20 gift card to iTunes curtesy of Jellytoons creator Mindshapes! To enter to win this awesome giveaway visit Mindshapes and then comment back sharing "Why does the Jellytoons app appeal to you?". The deadline to enter is June 1st at midnight EST. You can score extra entries by liking Mindshapes on Facebook and/or following Mindshapes on Twitter. Please be sure to include your email in your comment.

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wigget said...

i like it because it gives you an update of your child's performance

hmb said...

It's appeal is that it does a good job of introducing learning through play.


Shelly said...

because it is educational but does not seem so to a kid!

Shelly said...

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Aileen said...

I like it because it gives your child a chance to develop fine motor skills. arobimom at gmail dot com

bison61 said...

it has fun games and tracks your child's performance

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pinksade said...

It appeals to me because it's fun yet educational.
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