Thinking Time trains memory, attention, reasoning and key cognitive skills through 4 scientific games. Designed with Harvard and UC Berkeley neuroscientists, Thinking Time was created with one goal in mind - to help children succeed. Please note: Our brand-new app, Kiko's Thinking Time, is now available separately as a free download, with many more games and a revamped training experience!
AN EARLY START
“Children with stronger worker memory, inhibition and attentional skills have been found to make larger gains on tests of early math, language and literacy development” - Harvard University.
It’s important for children to develop their cognitive skills early in their lives. Thinking Time does just that though fun and scientifically designed games.
BASED ON REAL SCIENCE
Our games are designed using techniques proven in scientific studies to improve cognitive functions. They are developed in collaboration with Kiko Labs’ Scientific Advisory Board comprised of leading researchers in developmental neuroscience from Harvard and UC Berkeley.
DYNAMIC SKILL LEVELS
Each game adapts to match the appropriate level of each child. This allows children to just pick up the app and play, and ensure that they are always challenged but not frustrated.
GREAT PARENT TOOLS
Our parents’ area offers a variety of tools & charts to view the progress of your child. See how your child is doing in 4 cognitive areas: Memory, Reasoning, Flexibility and Inhibition.
PEACE OF MIND
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Fix for iOS 10.
Ratings and Reviews
I am ready to give more stars!
The games are great and engaging, the music is not terrible, the characters are cute, the rewards are...well, rewarding! But so much so that my daughter is pretty upset that she can’t get the fish she wants. The game keeps telling her to play the games again, but when she does, she gets a fish she already has. Sounds like a dumb problem, I know, but it’s kinda killing her motivation to play. Halp?
Love that this app adapts to a child's performance. It does require some supervision for my 3.5 yo but my 5 yo can do this independently. Short individual games make for good use during waiting times (sibling activities, appointments,etc)
What a ripoff, don't bother!
What a waste of $5. The whole thing is 4 simple games that repeat with almost no variation. My 3 year old played twice and will prob never play again bc it's just the same simple thing over and over.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.