Kids Balloon Pop Language Game 4+

Learn letters, numbers, shapes

App Family AB

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Learn letters, numbers, colors and shapes! An educational balloon popping game for toddlers, with great graphics and cute animals - available in 9 languages!

A fun and educational balloon-popping game for toddlers and pre-school kids that want to learn something new and exciting!

Pop the balloons to learn the alphabet, how to count numbers, recognize colors and identify shapes. Five different game modes available in 9 different languages.

Trains cognitive, motor, and memory skills. Free version with NO ADS.

Five game modes (in 9 languages)

• Normal – Fun and simple balloon popping. Great for teaching toddlers motor skills, coordination, and keeping them entertained
• A – Z – Learn how the alphabet is written and spoken in different languages. See and hear the letters when balloons are popped
• 1 – 20 – Learn numbers and how to count. See and hear numbers when balloons are popped
• Colors – Explore the world of colors. See and hear the name of colors when balloons are popped
• Shapes - Learn basic geometric shapes. Requires in-app purchase.

Make the exercise as challenging as you want to keep your toddler stimulated and entertained! Simple – with large and slow balloons – or more difficult with small and fast ones.

This free version of the game contains 4 regular balloons, 3 animals and 2 different backgrounds. The full game (unlocked via an in-app purchase) is even more fun, with 7 regular balloons, 3 special balloons, 10 animals and 3 different backgrounds.

For babies or kids with visual impairments such as CVI you can disable background images and increase the size of the balloons in order to make them easier to pop

For more fun, check out our other games for kids!

Music: "Malt Shop Bop"
Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

What’s New

Version 31.1

Bugfix. If you enjoy the game, please rate it 5 stars to spread the love :)

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
59.5K Ratings

59.5K Ratings

Way 2 cool ,

My son loves this app

Initially, I stopped allowing my black son to use this app because the voice for the colors was joyful except when saying “black.” The developer updated the app so that black did not sound so sad, dreary and unacceptable. My son really does get excited when he finishes the colors or numbers exercises, so I’m glad he can use this learning app again. Black is beautiful.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! I'm actually just uploading version 20.3, where the words "Black" and "White" have been adjusted as you suggest.

Sarah54387 ,

Unlock didn’t work on multiple devices

My one year old loves playing this game. I finally unlocked it on my phone while we were out and about but unfortunately it didn’t apply to my iPad or husbands phone. It says upgrades work with family sharing but for whatever reason we are prompted to pay to upgrade on each device. Otherwise the baby likes the game.

Developer Response ,

Hi Sarah. Unfortunately in-app purchases don't automatically carry over between devices. However, just proceed to the payment screen on your new devices and there will be an option to "Restore previous purchases" which will unlock the game on your other devices (so long as you are logged in with the same username/profile used when purchasing the game the first time). Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions (


eeeee mmmm ,

Sounds don’t work anymore

Voice and sound effects no longer work for this app, rendering it useless for the learning aspect of it. I have tried reinstalling, turning the settings for both audios off and back on, restarting the app multiple times. This app is no longer what it advertises as a learning tool.

Developer Response ,


I realize that by now you've probably cursed me loudly and deleted the app - sorry for such a slow reply. But the sound is 99% of the time because the little physical 'toggle' switch on the side of the iPad (by the volume rocker) is set to 'mute' the sound. Many apps ignore this toggle but mine respects it (unfortunately?). Please, if you still have the app, try toggling the switch and see how it goes!



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    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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