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Tiggly Safari

spatial reasoningmotor skillslanguage

In Tiggly Safari, preschoolers use Tiggly Shapes to construct a series of fun and friendly animals - cows, lions, dolphins, and many more.

Travel from the farmyard to the jungle to the ocean, learning as you go!

 

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Tiggly Stamp

languagecreativity

In Tiggly Stamp, basic shapes are the building blocks of complex images such as animals, fruits, and objects.

Make up stories, and then record them to share with family and friends.

 

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Tiggly Draw

spatial reasoningmotor skillscreativity

In Tiggly Draw, you and your preschooler can build funny little friends out of circles, squares, stars, and triangles. Animations and sounds add to the fun.

Wings and a tail? Why not!

 

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Tiggly Christmas

spatial reasoningmotor skillscreativity

In Tiggly Christmas, young children can decorate a tree with ornaments, open gifts, play with toys, and send cards to friends and family.

Deck the halls with Tiggly!

 

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Learning

Tiggly toys and apps are designed by educators and tested extensively by toddlers and their parents. Our products are fun for all ages, but specifically intended to help children between 18 months and 4 years old develop spatial reasoning, motor skills, language, and creativity.

Spatial Reasoning. Spatial reasoning refers to children’s ability to notice, for example, that a roof is also a triangle. Tiggly Safari encourages children to identify and match four basic shapes—circles, squares, triangles, and stars. In addition, children learn about spatial relations and transformations. Motor Skills. Motor skills are a series of actions performed in a particular order to accomplish a task - shaking a rattle, walking, eating with a spoon. For toddlers, motor skills such as grabbing objects, holding them, and manipulating them in space are important to practice.  Language. Tiggly develops children's vocabulary through listening, speaking, and reading. In Tiggly Stamp, for example, children listen to the names of animals as they appear on screen. In addition, the apps encourage co-play with parents; we believe face-to-face interactions are extremely important.  Creativity. Expressing creativity unlocks children’s imaginations and reinforces learning in other subjects. Through storytelling and role-play, Tiggly Draw, for example, encourages creativity by providing a medium for children to create complex images and imaginary characters.