Toca Dance – A review by 6yr old Bella! πŸ¦„πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ‘ΈπŸ»

For many in the UK it’s half-term this week. When planning a journey last week my 6yr old kindly requested something strictly (or unicorn) related to keep her busy during our flight to Barcelona.

We are huge fans of the Hachette Digital Strictly Sticker app but my daughter wanted a new app to keep her entertained. I searched for a long time before discovering the TocaBoca Toca Dance app. This is a great app which allows children (and grown-ups) to choreograph and record fun dances using some great characters.

Bella is very honest and is one of the fiercest critics I know. I asked my little girl to tell me what she thought of the app. Here is a short review from her:

Toca Dance is a fab-u-lous and fun app. I like it a lot because you can make fun dances just like you see on Strictly. I like making them and my baby sister likes watching them. 

You get to choose from some characters and can then teach them to dance a routine. You can then dress them up in fun costumes (there are no unicorns but my favourites are the glow in the dark ones) and choose a song to perform to. You then get to record it and set up the stage and can perform in front of an audience and throw objects at them.

I really liked it as it reminded me of strictly and mummy says I could be a choreographer when I’m bigger!

I’d give it 10 glitter balls as I think it’s fabulous. Mummy says it kept me busy and quiet during a very long flight which is a good thing but I don’t understand why. Here’s my creation:

https://youtu.be/nF40-lP_7T4

It certainly got the Bella seal of approval. I had a go earlier and have to say I thought it was just as good too.

Toca dance is available to download on the App Store. We recommend downloading it as it’s great for rainy days at home.

Cassie and Bella!


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