School holiday learning

My eldest has made amazing progress in school this year.  She still has not turned 5 and I am so proud of all she has achieved.  I want to ensure that during the school holidays she continues to improve and support her learning.  

Whilst Tiggly is available on Amazon, Curry's and Apple store it launches in the UK at 9am on QVC on 24th July 2015.  We have been given two Tiggly products to try, Tiggly shapes and Tiggly maths.  
A tiggly bundle

There are several apps which can be downloaded and each has a different game style to it.  Tiggly maths is our preferred from the two and both my youngest and eldest enjoy playing it.  My youngest loves the chef game.  Chef asks you to select a certain number of ingredients to make a certain dish.  Items are selected by placing the blocks on the iPad screen.  For numbers greater than 5 the girls have to work out what combination of blocks to place on the screen, this helps to think about addition and number combinations.

The apps can be played without the blocks but the games work much better with them.  My eldest favourite is guiding Tiggly through is adventure as he delivers a present.  

Playing tiggly

The shapes can be stored in a handy bag to keep them together when not in use.  Tiggly is great fun and has got the girls thinking in a fun and interactive way.

We were provided with a Tiggly bundle for the purpose of review, all words are my own opinion. 

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