Reading, Spelling, Memory, Hand / Eye Coordination… and getting to play with toys at the same time!
Toddler Toy Factory Free is the free version of our Toddler Toy Factory, a fun and educational game where kids learn spelling and reading by building toys and improve their memory skills by pairing up toys in a match game.
Video Demo: http://www.ToddlerToyFactory.Com/
Toddlers enter one of three rooms: Make, Find or Ship. (More rooms coming!)
In the “Make” room, your child will drag individual letters into the Toy Machine to build cool toys. After the word is spelled out completely, the toy is brought out of the machine, the word is spelled out by voice and then read aloud. Toys come out of the machine and even pile up on the factory floor — toss them around, play with them or throw them back in the machine!
In the “Find” room, your child will search through crates to find matching toys. When he or she makes a match, the toys are released them from the crates and dropped to the factory floor. Play with them or clean up by dragging them over the machine’s spout. Each toy dropped into the spout increases the toy number counter at the top of the screen.
In the “Ship” room, children practice counting by dragging toys from shelves into a barrel for shipping. It’s easy and fun!
Toddler Toy Factory has been developed for toddlers by parents of an iPhone loving toddler. This app has been tested and approved by our little one.
– 10 toys to build in the free version of Toddler Toy Factory. In-App purchase allows you to move to the full version with 70+ toys.
– Three modes: Make, Find and Ship
– Fun, interactive, game play with lots of learning
– Approved of by our own toddler
– Free updates to come, including additional toys, new features and more rooms!
(Note: We do not put distracting ‘rate this app’ reminders in toddler apps — please remember to come back here and rate/review. We really do appreciate your feedback!)
21×20 Media, Inc. is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3,4-7
Categories: Game, Early Learning, Counting, Letters, Matching, Reading, Spelling