Toddler Fun Learning: Educational Videos for Kids

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Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Parents can set time limits on cute videos for toddlers.

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Educational Value

Though the experience is passive and not interactive, kids can learn about basic language, math, social studies, some science, and physical exercise. Fun, short videos include songs, animated characters, and real people that help kids learn letter recognition, numbers, animal names, trucks, yoga, and more.

Ease of Play

Very easy to use. Videos are organized by subject playlist, downloads are saved for later viewing, and parents can adjust time limits in settings.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Toddler Fun Learning: Educational Videos For Kids is an ad-free video app for kids ages 5 and under. A few videos are free to watch, but most require a subscription. The ad-free videos are created in the UK with original animation, video footage mixed with animation, shows hosted by real people (such as a yoga show), and some well-known nursery rhymes and songs. Videos are organized into playlists (for example, Nursery Rhymes, Learn to Count, Gecko's Real Vehicles) and newest added. The optional parental timer ends kids' sessions with a cute song telling them it's time to stop watching. Read the app's privacy policy to find out about the types of information collected and shared.

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What's it about?

Watch videos on TODDLER FUN LEARNING: EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS FOR KIDS by tapping on a video (or downloading it) under Latest Videos or choosing a video under Popular Playlists, organized by topic. Tap Downloads to view the videos you can watch offline, and tap Settings to set parental controls, set the option to download only while on Wi-Fi, read the FAQ, and more.

Is it any good?

The videos on this app include original characters and unique educational content produced in Great Britain that kids may or may not connect with, but parents will like the control options. Toddler Fun Learning: Educational Videos For Kids is clearly geared toward the youngest app users; some content is too simplistic even for some preschoolers. Other videos -- big trucks, yoga for kids, solar system primers -- will delight many kids up to age five. The most recently posted three videos and the first video from each playlist are free, which should provide plenty of opportunities to decide whether this app includes content that interests your kid. Best feature: The timer that parents can set includes a time's up song sung by animated characters, which will likely help kids transition to other activities. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how the parental timer let's kids know it's time to log off. It's a nice touch that characters help ease kids out of the viewing sessions on Toddler Fun Learning. If your kid still objects when time is up, talk about why your family uses screens in balance with other activities.

  • When in the car, in the kitchen, or at bath time, sing the nursery rhymes and other educational songs that your kid learns from these videos to reinforce the learning. 

  • Encourage your kid to view videos from all playlists to go beyond their favorite go-to subject.

App details

For kids who love videos and preschool apps

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