Tuesday, November 17, 2015

#Review Tiggly Words/Math - Holiday Guide #HGG



When shopping for kids I tend to go towards educational toys. I like toys that are interactive and make my kids little fingers move. I discovered Tiggly at the TTPM toy event this past September. I received Tiggly Words and Tiggly Math to review. My daughter is in Pre-Kindergarten so anything that I can do to help her learn I'm all for it. Tiggly is a smart toy that interacts with the learning apps that you download to your tablet.


Tiggly Words
Tiggly Words

Tiggly Words comes with 5 vowel letters "a, e, i, o and u" and geared for ages 4 to 8. It comes with the card above with a code to download your free apps and a storage bag.  The included apps to download are Doctor, Tales, and Submarine. Tiggly Words challenges kids with problem-solving, memory and storytelling.  




Letters and Bars with Magnetic tips on bottom


The letters are soft and sturdy they have a black magnetic dot on the back of the letters and bars to interact with the app. The letters are soft, sturdy and safe for kids and will not scratch or damage your tablet. The set comes with a storage bag to take with you on long car rides or when traveling on a plane. Tiggly is compatible with several devices you can view HERE. Like the iPad and android tablets.  












Tiggly Math

Tiggly Math

Tiggly Math come with 5 bars all in bright colors. Each bar represents a number from 1-5. The box includes the card above with a code to download your 3 apps for free and a storage bag.  The included apps to download are Cardtoons, Chef, and Addventure. Tiggly Math cchallenges kids with counting, problem solving, and storytelling.










This mom loves Tiggly.  The apps are simple and easy to use. They do not require batteries,  bluetooth or wifi to use.  You simply take out the letters and math bars, download the app and you're good to go. I do recommend that parents sit with there kids and guide them with the app until they are used to it. At the end, my daughter told me mommy I can do it myself and left my side. She was entertained by helping the patients in the doctor's office. Creating words that come alive on the screen. Tiggly is on my Holiday Gift Guide and you can make it yours too.

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26 comments:

  1. Tiggly looks fun and educational for kids. They can learn words and math. This is a must-have for any child to progress

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  2. Ok, that sounds awesome! I was stuck on what to get my nieces for Christmas this year and I think I will be getting them this :)

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  3. Educational toys are great gifts for kids. I love this tiggly math and tiggly words. They really make learning fun. I don't have small kids anymore, so I would share this post with my cousins who have small children.

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  4. I love educational toys too. My son needs help with math right now. This common core stuff has his really confused and I can't figure it out myself. Maybe this could help me!

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  5. This will make learning so fun. I'm still thinking of what to give the twins on Christmas, I will get this for them.

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  6. This looks like a lot of fun for kiddos and the perfect way to get in some extra learning :)

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  7. I love how big and chunky the letters and counting bars are. Many kids really benefit from the tactile aspect of learning, and these would be perfect for that!

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  8. I think this is a great idea for any kid. I love learning games for kids. They're fun, and they help their little minds grow.

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  9. That is one amazing game! I love educational toys and games and this one is so hands on that it's bound to be fun and effective!

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  10. Oh This is such a different generation. I grew up without technology. Now most kids rom the age of 3 play on ipads. Honestly I'm still not entirely sure how I feel about it. But this does look like an amazing game and educative aswell

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  11. This looks so fun and educational! I bet my daughter would just love this!

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  12. What a great toy! I love that it uses both hands on and electronic help!

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  13. Apps like Tiggly are 👍
    Yes, they're fun but they're also educational and interactive. It makes learning not too scary for the little ones.

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  14. See, now these are the kind of toys I would totally buy for children. Great educational ones, but they seem really fun to play with, too. So... score and win with that one, with the parents :)

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  15. Great stuff for kids! I have to check it out. I think my son will love this

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  16. This looks like it would be fun. I can just imagine my kids playing non-stop with this.

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  17. This is perfect for my son he just loves his ABC's and the Ipad!

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  18. Educational toys are great for every kid. This Tiggly Words and Math toys are great for the kids especially when they are still on their starters. Kids are having a fun time with this activity!

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  19. I love giving educational toys are gifts. Kids have fun playing and they do not realized how much they are learning at the same time.

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  20. I've always loved giving educational gifts to my son, nieces and nephews. That one would be perfect for my li'l niece and li'l nephew. :)

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  21. This is so cool and would make for a great homeschool resource for my kids in elementary. I love the way it is incorporated in an app on the tablet.

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  22. I love educational toys as well. My youngest could use something just like this. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. I LOVE this!!! I love educational toys! I want to buy this for my kids but I think they're still too young!

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  24. I have two young nieces and a nephew that are all the perfect age for these toys! With Christmas around the corner, I'll have to keep these in mind! Thank you for sharing :)

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  25. OMGoodness…this is so cool and colorful. I think this is something that my god-daughter would enjoy.

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  26. Looks like the littles are really digging tiggly! Making learning fun is always the way to go!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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