With over 8 million downloads and 1 billion puzzles played, Puzzingo is clearly the front runner for kids puzzle apps. Educators and parents alike appreciate the developmental aspects of the Puzzingo app. The best part is – Puzzingo is free to use, with additional games for purchase. What a great way to entertain kids at home, or on-the-go, while they advance their learning skills.
This is a partnered post with 77 Sparx Studio. All opinions are my own.
Puzzingo Puzzles help kids develop spatial recognition, matching, tactile, and fine-motor skills. After completing the beautifully illustrated puzzles, kids are rewarded with mini-games that bring the puzzles to
life. In addition to being a fun game, Puzzingo helps children learn vocabulary in one of 5 languages – English, UK English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese! Yes, that’s right – kids can learn other languages while playing Puzzingo.
Here are some of the key features:
- Over 100 beautifully hand-crafted learning puzzles
- Over 60 mini-games that complement the “fantasies of play” for many of the puzzles
- Perfect for bilingual parents, or foreign parents who want their kids to learn English
- Carefully designed and tested to be accessible for kids 5 years or younger, and for children with special needs
- Puzzles cover popular children’s themes including: dinosaurs, pets, cars, fairies, space, and more
The app releases new games all the time too. This winter, they’ve released a trucks puzzle pack that contains many children’s favorites like fire trucks, monster trucks, snow trucks, construction trucks, and more. My son loves playing Puzzingo, and was excited to test out the new trucks puzzle pack.
Additional puzzles released this winter include a toys puzzle pack (holiday themed), and classics puzzle pack with archived top puzzles with themes like bugs, jets and trains.
As the wife of an educator, and former homeschool mom, I really appreciate the learning tools available in the app. There’s plenty of entertaining features to keep little ones interested too.
Do you think your young child would benefit from this learning app? Check it out today!