This week we’ve been playing around with a new App for kids called Leo’s Pad App and I have to say my kids think it’s great. Being that we just went on a long road trip I really wanted to make sure our girls were entertained so we downloaded a number of games onto our iPads. What I liked about Leo’s Pad Appisode 1 was the fact that it was FREE! Yes a fun game for my kiddos that actually is free!
The game itself is easy to navigate and I found both my girls quickly enjoyed playing with it. Since my almost 4 year old loves birthday parties the first Appisode was perfect for her since the story was all about a birthday for Gally’s birthday. You follow simple instructions and help celebrate the birthday party. One of the things you also do is create a card and my girls love doing things like that so they enjoyed making cards. Using the iPad it’s easy to draw so they made hand drawn cards, very cute! You go on and the App becomes more educational. I think it’s going to be helpful in teacher our 4 year old letters and even simple words. It’s fun in an educational way! It’s a great way to explore a new world of fun with your child and my kiddos really enjoy this app. As we went through the entire app we found a lot of fun characters including a little flying pink dragon that my girls thought was so cute!
This is the very first Leo’s Pad App Appisode 1 so in January 2013 another Appisode will be released. We can’t wait to check out the second app which will have skills like sorting and following directions. I love that in the adventures already your child learns colors and shapes and basic fun things and as your child learns the lessons and adventures get harder! Honestly, Brooklin thinks it’s all just a fun game but I like knowing that she’s learning things and putting her mind to work.We can’t wait to see what others fun adventures or characters may pop up!
Compared o other games my kiddos play I have to say they are really enjoying their new Adventures with Leo in the Leo’s Pad App Appisode 1 and it’s very easy for my youngest to follow. It’s user friendly and easy to follow for the little ones but also grows with your child and adapts for harder challenges.