Our three year old son is obsessed with music–the Mibblio iPad app is the perfect fit.
More than just a static piano-based app, the Mibblio app for iPad is completely interactive and so entertaining.
Mibblio iPad App Review
Mibblio: A Musical Book App for Kids from Mibblio on Vimeo.
When I say that our youngest son is very musical, I am not exaggerating. We listen to music often. Every time we switch it on, he runs and grabs the kid-sized guitar to join in.
He sings made up little songs all the time and heads to the playroom to accompany himself on his kid-sized drum set. But would an iPad app catch this future musician’s attention?
You betcha! The Mibblio iPad application is colorful, engaging, and so much fun.
Musical Fun with Mibblio
The free version includes your choice of one “mibblet” which is just a cutesy way of saying you get to choose one song. Make it count.
They call it a “musically interactive children’s storybook” and that’s a very good way of describing the heart of the iPad application. Yes, it’s teaching reading skills and layering music, while children experiment with different sounds–but it’s just plain fun.
The bright colors and snappy beat even snagged the attention of our 7 year old son. Targeted for kids 3- 8, he was still interested even if he would normally call Wheels on the Bus (the mibblet we chose for our trial song) a “baby song” behind the back of Kid #2. But with all those buttons begging to be pushed, even he was engaged.
As it stands now, Kid #2 has played The Wheels on the Bus so many times I’ve lost count. I can’t wait to try out other kid classics new and old. They’ve got a handful to choose from like On Top of Spaghetti and new songs like Monkey Jam. They all share the same interactive, colorful component that makes Mibblio such an attractive app.
Music on the Go
In case you haven’t noticed, we tend to do a ton of traveling together as a family. This may be the perfect way to give Kid #2 the hands-on musical time he needs when we finally pull off the road and settle in for the night.
It’s a harp, a banjo, an electric guitar, a ukulele, a piano, and so much more all rolled into one kid-friendly app. Find the Mibblio App on iTunes.
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