Making life easier for parents this Christmas

In the run up to silly season, life as a parent can already be hectic enough.

The school plays, parties, shopping and all of those social arrangements, and that’s just the kids!

With the prospect of rushing around like a headless chicken (or maybe that should be turkey?), we’re sure, like us, you’d welcome something to help you make the run up to Christmas a little easier this year?

In fact, as the strapline suggests, Doddl was invented to make mealtimes easier, so we positively celebrate other things that we discover to make other situations easier for parents!

childrens cutlery

When we discovered the KidloLand preschool app that not only teaches children through songs, activities and games, but also helps us to make our lives easier, we jumped at the chance to partner up.

KidloLand activities

Both Doddl cutlery and KidloLand are both safe for babies and toddlers to use but also help to educate children. Our cutlery helps children to learn to self-feed through the development of their fine motor skills, and that’s exactly what KidloLand also does (when it’s also keeping them quiet).

We can think of lots of situations as we approach Christmas when we might need to keep our preschoolers busy for a few more minutes…

So for traveling to relatives, waiting in queues, getting dressed up for a party, or even on shopping trips, we can’t recommend the colourful and educational activities in the KidloLand app more!

It’ll keep them busy and you won’t have the guilt of plonking them in front of the TV…

KidloLand is available for iOS and Android – available on iTunes, Google Play Store or Amazon Appstore.

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