Kiddopia - ABC Toddler Games

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Christy Matte, Common Sense Media
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Multi-age mashup entertains, but lacks a clear audience.

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age 3+
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The parents' guide to what's in this app.

Educational Value

Kids will explore all sorts of preschool learning content, including numbers and letters, spelling, memory games, jigsaw puzzles, sorting, shapes, and colors. No logical progression of skills. 

Ease of Play

With so many different games and activities, young kids may have trouble switching gears. Some games have better tutorials or feedback than others. Hints aren't always available when they should (e.g., in the puzzle activities).

Violence & Scariness

No explicit violence, but one activity involves "helping" the doctor by injecting a needle into a patient. Another has kids helping a police officer by compiling a sketch of a suspect. 

Sexy Stuff

There is some tight/clingy clothing, especially in the Pixie Dust Spa and Salon.


At least one of the activities involves saving up coins from games to purchase virtual items.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

A couple of activities require giving medical care (acting as a vet, helping a doctor).  In some cases, kids are tasked with giving medicine using a syringe and in other forms.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Kiddopia - ABC Toddler Games is a collection of games that are also available as stand-alone apps. Subscriptions start at $6.99 per month, or you can subscribe for a year for $59.99. A free seven-day trial is available. Despite the name, the activities in this game target a wide range of ages; some are geared toward toddlers and preschoolers with nursery rhymes, very simple puzzles, and alphabet games, while others appeal to a slightly older crowd with addition, subtraction, spelling, and so on. Since parents can't turn specific activities on or off, this may be a challenge for little ones who find themselves over their heads. The characters are diverse in terms of race/ethnicity and gender. Some content may be out of the scope of what parents want/expect for their children, such as knowing what the police use a taser for. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

User Reviews

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  • Kids say
Adult Written bySerenaMichelle September 7, 2019

Full Access is a Lie

I signed up for monthly payments. It said it would give Full Access and there are ALWAYS things on the app that are LOCKED! This is NOT FULL ACCESS! And then, i... Continue reading
Parent Written byGarry G. January 30, 2018

Best one Gift for Kids !!!

I bought the one-year subscription for Kiddopia as a gift for my Brother's baby on his third birthday, three months ago. He loved the free trial his mom ha... Continue reading

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What's it about?

KIDDOPIA - ABC TODDLER GAMES is a collection of more than seven games and activities designed to entertain and educate kids. There are educational videos for little kids, animated jigsaw puzzles, and animal games that encourage nurturing (feeding, medical care, grooming), as well as more academic pursuits (letters, spelling, etc.). By helping doctors, mechanics, and police officers in the Community Helpers game, kids can simulate real life. They can whip up their favorite foods in the Junior Chef's Cafe and pamper guests at the Pixie Dust Spa and Salon (hair, makeup, nails, etc.). Candytown Preschool has a range of early math and literacy skills activities, including counting, sorting, colors, shapes, and letters.  And you never quite know what you'll find in Alex the Explorer (in one game, we helped him replace some light bulbs). There are also some augmented reality activities like decorating a Christmas tree and caring for a puppy.

Is it any good?

With a wealth of activities, this will certainly keep kids entertained, but the lack of focus and filters are drawbacks. Kiddopia - ABC Toddler Games certainly has something for everyone, but that may also be its downfall. It feels confusing, and it's hard to determine the exact intended audience. A math game has kids sorting shapes one moment and doing subtraction the next. Moreover, some of the activities are too much for the age level. Administering needle injections, cleaning fleas, applying pimple cream, and working as a police sketch artist are pursuits that some parents may prefer to hold for more mature kids. For families who do enjoy the content, there's a lot of it, making the subscription fee a lot more palatable. Those who like just a few of the activities may find it makes more sense to purchase those apps separately from the collection. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about real vs. pretend in general and in Kiddopia - ABC Toddler Games. Which activities seem like real things you could do? Which ones seem like they are for using our imaginations only?

  • Talk about using devices to learn. Do you think this is a good app for learning? Why, or why not? What can you learn?

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