I bought my first iPad this past Christmas as a gift to myself. I was so excited to not have to rely on my phone battery all the time when I didn’t want to get on my computer. I told myself that this was an adult toy; Cecelia will not be playing on it. I hear you all laughing now…
7 months later, I can’t tell you the last time I actually used my iPad for anything other than downloading her new game. So, that being said, of course I was excited to do a review for ANOTHER game for her!
Tiggly Shapes is an interactive, educational, iPad toy for ages 18 months to 4 years old that helps your toddler learn about shapes, language skills, and spatial thinking as well as enhances their creativity. When you purchase the Tiggly Shapes toy, you use the shapes as your access to the three free apps in the App Store:
Tiggly Stamp- Your toddler will explore the different seasons while creating their own stories and scenes. Extra bonus is that you can utilize the camera and voice recorder so your little one can make their stories come to life!
Tiggly Safari- Your little one will use the shapes to create different animals from the jungle, farm, and ocean.
Tiggly Draw: Your child uses the iPad as their canvas and the shapes to create their own unique work of art.
Each app uses the shapes (square, circle, star, and triangle) to make the app come alive. These shapes are perfectly safe for both your toddler and iPad screen and are inspired by the classic wooden blocks that we used to play with. This is definitely an app I don’t mind her spending a little extra time on, especially being summer and her out of school until September, it reinforces her creativity, shape recognition as well as gives her a little bit of down time during our busy schedule.
Interested in Tiggly Shapes? Here is what you get:
– Tiggly Shapes (triangle, square, star, and circle)
– Access to the three aforementioned apps in the App Store
– 1 drawstring pouch to carry the shapes when out and about
Disclaimer: I have received the above product for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.