With your job as a parent it's important to teach young kids about a number of basic concepts. The Toddler Tap! app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone gives parents a place to start where these basics are concerned. With this app kids will learn about letters, numbers, shapes, and their colors. It takes a look at common items found in the home so kids are able to relate and understand better. This app has been specifically designed for toddlers and is interactive and fun for them. They will work on basic skills, concepts, and even their vocabulary.
It can seem like a pretty massive undertaking to teach your toddler all the basic skills they need and often parents are left wondering where to start. The Toddler Tap app is a great solution for that starting point. The cornerstones are all covered here as kids will learn about letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. What's great is that the education app also provides a fun and interactive experience for them so that learning is something they want to do. The app works using touch functionality and they will be earning tokens that you can print, cut out, and stick to sticker sheets and/or magnets.
This kids' app is free to use and features one in-app purchase for $0.99. This is an expansion pack that just provides you with more features and tools. The app currently has 4.5 out of five stars from users and in its last update there were a number of bug fixes made.
A Toddler-Sized Experience
So what exactly will kids be learning in the Toddler Tap app? Well there are all kinds of topics other than the few already mentioned; they will also be learning about fruits, vegetables, meals, vehicles, pets, instruments, things around the home, and plenty more. What's great is that the app also supports two of the most commonly spoken languages in the U.S. which are English and Spanish.
The main menu is child-friendly and allows kids to choose what it is they wish to study as every topic is represented with a photo. Tap on a category to be taken to the learning pages. As kids tap on the picture the word is spoken, and they can tap on the pictures as often as they like. The words are spoken clearly and emphasis is placed on the proper pronunciation. The settings are password-protected so kids don't accidentally end up in there.