Jellytoons Toddler Skills: Bobo's Birthday Challenge
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Jellytoons Toddler Skills: Bobo's Birthday Challenge is a bright and happy learning app for toddlers. Based on a birthday party theme, the six basic skills games are easy to play. Look under the color-coded party hats to find a hiding character, or send ice cream scoops down a shoot as you count how many scoops the partygoer requested. With cheerful voice-over instructions and a pointer icon clearly telling and showing kids what to do next, it's easy to move from game to game. Parents can track their child's progress on the various skills.
What kids can learn
Thinking & Reasoning
Health & Fitness
- fine motor skills
Engagement, Approach, Support
The bold colors and jolly characters will charm your kid into playing these six simple games. No game here is multi-step or so detailed as to lose the attention of even the wiggliest toddlers.
Toddlers can learn relevant skills (shapes and colors, practice counting to ten, work on logic, observation) and practice fine motor skills. Most games are appropriately short in length for toddler attention spans.
With cheerful voice-over instructions and a pointer icon clearly telling and showing kids what to do next, it's easy to move from game to game. Parents can track their kid's skill-growth progress.
What's it about?
Kids tap the play button to see a brief, animated intro and then tap on one of six colorful characters, each representing a different game. Some of the games take hardly any time at all to complete, while others will engage kids longer. When kids complete a game they get to "open" a gift box as a small reward for a job well done. Parents can check a star graph in the app to find out how their toddler is doing on the various skills.
Is it any good?
In JELLYTOONS TODDLER SKILLS: BOBO'S BIRTHDAY CHALLENGE, the bright, bold colors and jolly characters will charm your toddler or preschooler into playing these six simple games that teach colors, shapes, numbers, and more. No game here is multi-step or so detailed as to lose the attention of even the wiggliest toddlers. The progress chart for parents is simple to read and helps identify where your child may need more off-screen help learning a skill.
Families can talk about...
As your toddlers play the games, help them to name what they are seeing (colors, shapes, sizes, and other identifiable characteristics of objects).
Keep an eye on your kid's performance chart. Notice which skills they might need more practice with and find additional activities outside the app to help them improve.