Finding the perfect app on your Iphone, Ipad or Ipod Touch for your toddler, isn’t an easy task. As a parent you want to engage your child in applications that are fun and educational. My baby is only 18 months old and I personally don’t have many apps on my phone for him to play with. I know that he is still fairly young and doesn’t have a very long attention span yet. I downloaded the IMommy app for my toddler to see if he was interested in playing with my phone. This app is very cute and I know that my son will enjoy it more as he gets older.
Disclaimer: This application was given to me so that I could review it. The opinions in this post are my own and my differ from your own opinion.
This application is designed for children ages 2 to 10 but anyone can enjoy it. Kathy Shimmield, the creator of the Imommy game app, searched for an app with her own children in mind. While searching she couldn’t find what she was looking for and decided to design her own app. Her kids always enjoyed playing house and she thought that it would be a perfect way for kids to play house without the mess. In the application, your child has to care for their baby and figure out what pleases or upsets their baby.
I downloaded the application and let my toddler play with it. He wasn’t very interested in it, but like I said he is a bit young still. However, my oldest daughter who will be 16 in a few days enjoys playing it.
Choose the your baby’s ethnicity, hair color, eye color, and color of the baby’s clothes. Complete your babies birth certificate.
Time to give your baby a bath.
It’s playtime. Keep your baby entertained.
Time to put your baby to sleep.
Keeping your baby fed is important. Find out what your baby likes and doesn’t like to eat.
These are just a few of the interactive ways for your child to enjoy. This app makes caring for a baby fun and allows your child to enjoy a creative way to play.
The application also contains a section for your child to create colorful photos.
Download the IMommy game for Ipod or Iphone.
Do you let your child play applications on your smart phone or tablet?