Tiggly Shapes Review

Our family are slight addicts to Apple products. P1 absolutely loves getting a treat and playing on hubby’s iPad. I was excited to receive and learn about a new iPad interactive toy called Tiggly Shapes.
20131106-070102 am.jpgThe shapes are made from plastic and have soft silicone touch points so they don’t damage your iPad. There are four shapes; star, square, triangle and circle. The shapes come with a handy carrying pouch which is fantastic for tidying away.
20131106-070408 am.jpgTiggly Shapes are designed for children 18months to 4years old. Both the girls are out of this bracket, however, both girls thoroughly enjoyed touching/bashing the shapes onto the three different apps that it comes with.
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20131106-071606 am.jpgIn fact my hubby and I really enjoyed playing with them too. On a education point of view Tiggly Shapes teach colours, shapes and motor skills. I love them!

You can purchase Tiggly Shapes here for $29.99. A wonderful creation perfect for your Christmas shopping basket. You can get 10% off with their Spotifyshop when you use the code TIGGLYLOVE10

(This product was sent to me by Tiggly for the purpose of this review. However, all opinions are of my own)

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iPad compatible shapes. When used with the app they make great learning tools for children and toddlers.

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