If you're a parent with a toddler, you'll know just how complicated it can be to keep them quiet. Don't bother even trying! They instinctively need to move, wriggle, and discover the world - and we should always be by their sides to help them. Coming up with ideas to keep the little monsters entertained and engaged isn't always easy. Luckily, there's a ton of inspiration just waiting for you in the form of these handy Android apps.
There's loads of great stuff to help them learn about the world around them, develop their cognitive thinking, and more - plus great apps for moms and dads for tracking their infant's progress too.
Kids love screens. It's a fact. They're so shiny and colorful. So, if you're a mom or dad with a child, you'll have to find a safe haven on your mobile and tablet for their stuff (safely away from yours). KidsWorld lets you make a special area just for your kids, and a separate one for you. Once you've got the app, you'll see that its design is pleasing on the eye, but the best thing is that it'll set up direct access to their games and favorite apps, so you know they are not getting up to any mischief.
You could say there's an app for just about everything, but this one really is a must-haves. Cutie Monsters is fantastically well designed app, that'll come in handy for teaching your little ones to count. It's all about doing some sums to work on their maths skills, and ensuring they learn to count with fingers, but on a monster's hand. A very cute monster.
One of the biggest worries for new parents is whether their child is developing properly. They are mad about percentiles and a all manner of other baby measurements. If you consider yourself one of these worried parents, then you should get Feed Baby. It's an app that'll help you track the development of your child and it'll give you a load of info on growth milestones, food, meds and even set up after school activities on the calendar.
And what if we could teach them the alphabet too? Well, Endless Alphabet is another app design for 1-2 year olds, which you're gonna love, especially if you like a good design and well-done illustrations. It's a got the full alphabet with a bunch of drawing to make it easier for your little ones to associate letters with words. There are also puzzles, animations and sounds that'll make learning letters and words much more fun.
Here's an app that'll come in use in one of those overwhelming situations where you have no idea what to do. You know the ones; when you're on a long train journey and your kid has a tantrum, when you travel by car, or when you have to wait too long at the doctor's. KIDOZ: Safe Play Mode for Kids is the app for these moments. We love it cos it's full of appropriate content for kids, so you won't have to worry about them being on YouTube. The app makes a safe space for children, with the desktop controlled by the parents. Non-stop fun!