Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Dr. Panda. All opinions stated here are my own.
Raising our kids in a world that is technologically driven has its advantages. Using tech products have helped my kids with learning how to navigate electronic devices, helping with phonics, mathematics skills, and even how things work. I like to make sure the apps my kids use offer fun but some educational factor too. My 4-year old daughter loves the Dr. Panda apps. Dr. Panda really gives kids real-life experiences in a way they understand. Want to be a Firefighter? Want to run a Beauty Salon? Do kids want to be a Handyman? Dr. Panda offers an interactive learning experience for anything kids may imagine.
Dr. Panda Town
Dr. Panda’s newest app Town offers kids 4 different areas to play and discover. They can play with a number of different characters if they click on the paw print on the lower right-hand side.
Kids can explore the house from top to bottom. They can cook up some food in the kitchen, clean the dishes, feed the fish, bath, do laundry, sleep, explore the attic and backyard. There really is so much for them to explore in the home.
The street lets kids explore the typical things you’ll find in on their local street. They can check the mailbox, play with the stop lights, or play basketball with friends.
The supermarket has so much to discover! Kids can see the produce section, frozen food section, household items, candy dispenser, and a bakery area. They can even scan items in the register. They can even use the toy machine to get little surprises!
The Park is full of all kinds of things to do! My daughter loves putting the characters to slide down the slide. Kids can also scoop some ice cream! Kids can place the characters on the see-saw to see it move up and down. They can have a picnic right by the water then go for a ride on the boat! Kids have so many fun stuff to do.
Dr. Panda Town keeps kids entertained because of all they have to discover. There are so many interactive things they can touch. I think the app is great for kids 2-5 years old.
The app is free for the House and Street, the supermarket and park are a separate in-app purchase of $2.99 or $1.99 separately. The app supports these languages – Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, English, English-UK, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, and Traditional Chinese. Available in App Store, Google Play and Amazon.
What is your favorite Dr. Panda Town feature?