Is your child a huge Noddy Toyland Detective fan? Then they’re going to love the new app. Read about our experience and where to get it.
Thank you to Noddy Toyland for sponsoring this post through MomSelect. All opinions are my own.
Do your kids love fun, yet educational apps? Then I’d love to introduce you to the Noddy Toyland Detective app.
This new app, which was created through a partnership between Kuato and Dreamworks Animation, is based upon the TV series that so many kids adore!
If you’re not familiar with Noddy Toyland Detective, it’s a kids TV show that airs on Sprout, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment’s 24-hour preschool network, and is also now streaming on Netflix.
In this fun new game, your kiddo will have the opportunity to team up with Noddy Toyland’s most well-known detective (Noddy!) in a fun adventure that’s chock full of storytelling, learning and creative fun!
Imagination bounds as your little one gets to play the game as Noddy along with his buddies Revs the car and Bump Dog. They’ll also get to meet Pat-Pat and the Panda Pockets, Fuse, the Naughticorns and more.
During the game, your child will get to use the “Who, What, Where Book” to solve mysteries. They’ll essentially drive the car around until they find all three clues. Noddy will think about the clue they need to find next in a thought bubble to help them out.
While they’re driving around, they can also pick up things like stickers, spray cans and more. You’ll find a variety of fun mini-games and activities to take part in too.
Some of the mini games they can play include:
- Creating musical masterpieces with the Pirate Band
- Follow Deltoid’s workout patterns
- Help the Brickabuild builders solve jigsaw puzzles
They can even paint Revs the car their favorite color and add rainbows and other shapes and designs. Super fun!
Once they have been able to solve all the clues for the mystery, they can read a narrative photo storybook that details the story of the adventures they just completed. If they aren’t reading yet, then you can help them.
It’s a simple, but fun game when you need to keep your young child busy for a few minutes. It’s best for kids that are around pre-school age (or under 5-years old), and was designed with teachers, parents and children to develop a range of literacy skills and aptitudes.
One of the things I love about this game is that there are no advertisements and has no in-app purchases. That means no temptations or begging for you to pay for extra features.
You can also set time limits, which is great for my daughter who will stay up all night reading or playing games if she’s not monitored. It’s also great for kids that have a tendency to get too drawn into tech.