I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Peppa Pig.
If you have a Peppa fan like I do at home. You know that there is never enough Peppa for them. Whether it is a toy, stuffed animal, episode or application they will want more. The creators of Peppa Pig have brought us one new phone application, World of Peppa Pig, that can be downloaded to iPhones or Androids. This application can be fun but teaches young children without words. They have fun matching games, coloring pages, dress up pages for all the characters that help with memorization, hand coordination and more. This is one application that can be fun for your children and doesn’t make you feel guilty as a parent.
The perk of this application is that there is free portions as well as paid bonuses via their monthly subscription. Their greatest perk when you join the subscription plan for $2.99 is that it comes ad-free. Now isn’t that awesome? There is some personalization available via the paid membership, like a special birthday greeting, holiday content, newsletter goodies and you get to add as many children as you have or want. There are small 1-10 minute videos for your child to watch without interruptions, without worrying whether it is the actual thing or some hacked adult variation that can be found on other sites. There are so many activities for them to take part of in the application that it will take days for them to discover it all. There is alphabet, color and song learning while all being part of the fun Peppa World that our kids love and learning we want for them.
We received a special introduction to this subscription and I tell you this was fun for both my kids. It has items for the artist, reader, singer and learner in your child. My daughter loved the singing clips the most and coloring pages but was also entertained by the dress up portion of the application. My son, on the other hand, enjoyed the videos and create a portion of the application and liked to dress up Daddy Pig too. My daughter loves to hear the intro of Peppa and her little, cute snorts. She also loved the changing look the application took during the holidays. They both liked that it was ad-free and they didn’t have to bug me to skip ads or tell me their episode had stopped for any reason.
Check out more details and application extravaganzas on their Facebook, homepage, Twitter. You can purchase the basic application for free here, try it out and decide if a little more is worth the subscription price.