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Review: Enhance iPad Learning With Tiggly Shapes



Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.



A few months ago mommy and I did a post called my Favorite Toddler iPad Apps. Since then I've added a few more apps to the ones that I love and may have to do a revised version of that post.  While searching the internet for other items related to the iPad mommy happened upon this up and coming, amazingly wonderful company that was in the process of making something special for us little ones. Something that totally changes the way we play with your iPad. Yes we love playing around with your iPad but now we can actually play WITH your iPad and iPad mini as well. Introducing Tiggly Shapes 


Tiggly Shapes are fun and educational toys for children between 18 months and 4 yers old. With a soft plastic cover and silicon touch points, the four shapes (circle, square, triangle, star) are durable enough for toddler play and gentle for iPad screens.
$29.99 - Recommended for ages 18m - 4y 

It has been a few months and mommy and I are happy to be able to experience Tiggly Shapes. And what an experience it is! The Tiggly Shapes as you can see have no sharp edges so they're really safe for little hands and faces. There are no small parts, no batteries needed  and are made of non-hazardous plastic. Letting your little ones chew on the shapes won't hurt them at all. Trust me I know! I've already chewed on mine. The soft silicone shapes won't scratch your iPad screens so that's an added  bonus. It also includes a carry pouch so after play you can store your Tiggly Shapes away safely. 

Tiggly Shapes can be used with the following languages: English, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, French, German and Italian. It also works with all generations of iPads and iPad minis.


Tiggly Shapes is so very simple to use. Besides downloading the apps in the iTunes store, and they're all FREE, that's all you really need to do.  There are currently three apps available, Tiggly Safari, Tiggly Stamp and Tiggly Draw. I have to admit that my favorite app is Tiggly Safari. I get to learn animals and shapes and I've been doing such a great job of it too. I now know the four basic shapes that comes included with my Tiggly Shapes package. For those who don't want to buy the Tiggly Shapes kit right now you can still play along without the shapes. What mommy and I really loved about this is that there are no in-app purchases or ads on any of them either. Awesome!

Now don't just think that this is all for toddlers! There are levels to these apps and as the levels go up it gets a bit more difficult or challenging which is why Tiggly Shapes is recommended up to age 4 years. 

With the amount of technology around and kids learning to use tablets at earlier ages, it's great to have something that I can use to interact with the app as well.  Tiggly Shapes helps with my hand to eye coordination and motor skills. It also helps a lot with my cognition and memory skills as well. I'm now able to remember my shapes by just looking at them. 



Now there is also a parent section where mommy can choose the settings (Language selection, Music on/off, Play with Tiggly Shapes on/off). Mommy can also get tips to enhance my learning/play experience.

I am super happy and excited to endorse Tiggly Shapes. Not only are they great for learning but they make playing with mommy's iPad even more fun. I have been playing non-stop, now this iPad is truly mine! Now there are plans to introduce Tiggly Shapes for Android tablets so those without an iPad can play as well. Isn't that awesome? Tiggly Shapes gets my Two Tiny Thumbs Up!
Here's a little video mommy made of Tiggly Shapes for iPad.


Through the November 30, you can get 10 percent off Tiggly Shapes through their Shopify Page. Just enter TIGGLYLOVE10 at checkout.

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  1. We don't have an iPad....sigh, but this app looks awesome for people that have little ones and an iPad.

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  2. this looks so neat I am trying to teach my daughter shapes this would be perfect

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  3. Is it me or does mommy sound like she's in verrrrrry slooooow motion lol, this is a great idea I think! Esp seeing alot of people have Ipads these days. Are these available for other tablets, or just the ipad?

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  4. That is awesome! My son is addicted to my iPad, but I can't believe the stuff he learns from all of the apps he uses. But I love this idea, because it gives him another way to use it, and not get bored with it! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. My girls love my ipad and so going to have to look into this app. Thank you for sharing it here with all of us!! :)

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  6. This is a fun idea. I never heard of it before!

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  7. We don't ipad either. Sounds like a nice app for little ones to be busy when traveling.

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  8. I don't have an iPad but this looks amazing.

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  9. This looks like so much fun! I don't have an iPad I'm going to check and see if it will work with my nook :) Thanks for sharing

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  10. WOW I can't believe the things they have for kids now. That made me sound really old LOL

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  11. I like that you can control the music and such. What a fun way this looks like to utilize the iPad for the littles!

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  12. I have never seen this particular toy or anything like it, even though my niece and nephew have an iPad they frequently use for educational games. What an innovative idea! So much cooler than anything we had growing up as kids. :)

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  13. That looks like SO much fun!!! I wish I had an iPad now!

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  14. I wish we had an iPad! I love all the apps they have available for kids and this one looks like a lot of fun.

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  15. My 2 year old daughter would love these! She loves anything to do with the iPad.

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  16. This is a good post, I enjoyed it so don't get me wrong. I am so hesitant to get my toddler into playing with my laptop, iPhone, etc. We have learning toys and games for her to play with and I think those are the tried and true method. On the other hand I like the look of the app and how the child learns...I am torn.

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  17. This looks so fun to do! It really would sharpen a kid's intellectual capabilities.

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  18. This app looks great and thanks for sharing a video of it i will have to see if we can find this over here :-).

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  19. I don't have a little one or an ipad, but when I do have kids it looks like something I would love to add to their routine of play. I hope the price goes down though. $30 for some plastic is a bit much, but I guess it is comparative to most apple accessories. :)

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  20. wow that is pretty cool. we don't have an ipad but have android and HP devices. this looks nice though

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  21. Tiggly Shapes looks like a great way to learn shapes for the toddlers. I have to agree with April and do find it expensive.

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  22. They look great for my niece. I will tell my sister to grab ones. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Oh how do I love this! I was looking for the right birthday gift for my one year old cousin and there it is. This is so far the best iPad app I have seen!

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  24. Ohh, this is a really cool learning app! I do not have an iPad, but my sister-in-laws do and they let my daughter play on it often so I will have to let them know about this app! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. The iPad is such an important tool for integrating technology with learning that it is great to know that they are creating more apps that support education in all different age groups.

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  26. No iPad or little child, but that is a good idea. I'm surprised it doesn't hurt the screen, even if it doesn't scratch it, little kids don't understand gentle, so wouldn't they press to hard and break the iPad?

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  27. I saw this the other day... LOVED your review and think it's such a fun "toy" that helps kids learn....

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  28. That is so cute. I wish I had seen these when Willow was learning her shapes.

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  29. This is great. we have so many learning apps on our iPad. So this is perfect for the little one.

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  30. This is amazing! Finally a toy that they can actually use with the iPad. Glad to know that it doesn't hurt the iPad either.

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