Games for toddlers aren’t always easy to find. I made a list of online games more than 13 years ago. For a long time I just added to the list I already had but then I started to review some as they came along. Do you have a preference for a review or just a simple link? Do you have a favorite game you’d like to share here? Let me know below. In the meantime, here is a list of games that my toddler liked this week!
At Fungooms, there’s a fun game for toddlers! I like this one more than Knowledge Adventure because there aren’t any confusing pictures that are actually ads – that my toddler clicks on and ends up elsewhere. My son really enjoys the car driving game but the others are fun, too. Just click on an icon and boom, new game for toddlers!
Over at Knowledge Adventure, they have lots of games – but I don’t know that the categories are quite right. They have some games that are too advanced for toddlers listed in the toddler category. They might be more suited to a Preschool or Kindergarten list. (Which I will be putting up this week too.)
BabyFirstTV has a game for toddlers called Games House. I’m confused but that’s okay – it’s for your toddler, not my Mensa application! 😉
Okay – there’s three games for toddlers for today. Let me know which ones you like and get on the mailing list to hear about new games when I post them.
According to the archives of the internetz, I wrote this simple game to teach my 18 month old daughter to use a mouse. I was pregnant, tired and letting her click with amazement was easy to do. And delightful to watch. And in hindsight, she has benefited from “being born with a computer keyboard in hand”.
Please enjoy the game and leave a comment letting me know what your baby did with it!
Hi mostly Mommies! 😉
This is one fun app with great animations that are clear. The level of interaction between app and toddler is good – he’s not just sitting and watching, there are choices to make and responses to give.
This is going on our list which is growing – see the Apps for toddlers page for a complete list where you can vote up apps you like and leave comments for other parents.
Thanks again for making the Mostly Mommies community!
Jungle Jam (at Sprout) is a great way to help your kids practice their memory, and pattern recognition. By answering correctly you earn points, the more points the better! In this game you have five lives, for each incorrect answer you lose a life. Over all a good game to play with your kids. Because some reading is required, this one is either for playing together or for an older, K-2 aged child.
Cookie is a new favorite site at our house. The resources, both printables and online games, are educational and entertaining for both boys and girls. I’m setting the 2 year old and 5 year old reviewers loose and will update the post with their picks.
It’s called Cookie and it’s just so appealing right now. Maybe it’s that it’s Mommy’s favorite color – who knows.
There are so many printables, I find myself hoping Baby hasn’t *actually* messed it up with his new found ability to access the wall of technology. I also checked out a game or two and found this cute Word Matching game.