Pok Pok | Montessori Preschool 4+

Toddler Learning Games 2-7

Pok Pok

    • 4.7 • 1.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



*Apple Design Award Winner*

Inspired by your living room floor filled with toys, Pok Pok is a digital playroom full of creative activities that have kids learning, exploring and experimenting through play.

The most beautiful, calming app for kids 2-7 years-old.

Try it FREE with your little one today!

No ads.
No language.
No winning or losing.
No grown-up required.


*As seen in TechCrunch, SuperParent, The Verge, CNET, Engadget, Moms.com, and more!*

Whether you have a 2-year-old trying an app for the first time, or you’ve got a tech-savvy 7 year-old on your hands, every child will learn and find their own fun in Pok Pok. They’ll tap into their imaginations to tell stories, develop early STEM skills, draw, build and learn all about the world we live in through open-ended play.

Simply open the app, tap a toy, and watch as your child explores the activities. They will learn through experimentation and can’t do anything wrong because every toy is designed to be played with in a number of ways. There are no rules or levels to beat, there is no winning or losing, and no menus get in the way.

The entire experience is calming and sensory-friendly so it’s never overstimulating for kids. They’ll feel at peace with our soft, hand-recorded sounds and slow-paced animations.

• Town: Explore our bustling, eco-friendly community.
• House: Play pretend with a diverse family and household.
• Busy Book: Look, tap and listen to our interactive encyclopedia.
• Islands: Embark on an ocean adventure and explore beautiful islands.
• Drawing: Create a masterpiece.
• Musical Blobs: Make music and feel zen.
• Silly Blocks: Invent extraordinary characters and structures.
• Marble Machine: Tinker with marbles, gears, switches and tubes.
• Shops: Run errands just like in real life.
• Radio: Dance and sing along to our original, groovy jams.
• Busy Board: Experiment, press, pinch, slide, flick and fidget.
• Forest: Discover a forest sprouting with life.
• Blocks: Build anything (and knock it over)!
• Sequencer: DJ snappy beats and patterns.
+ New ones added regularly!

Pok Pok is a mom-founded company on a mission to help raise the next generation of creative thinkers! We work together with early childhood education experts to make sure every detail is perfect and safe for your little ones.

Pok Pok is certified by the kidSAFE Seal Program and is COPPA compliant. There are no ads or sneaky fees. Ever.

Subscribe once and get access to every toy and update. Pok Pok Playroom is a subscription so we can continue adding more activities for kids without compromising on quality. You can share one subscription across all of your family’s devices. You can cancel anytime—no hard feelings!

Your subscription will automatically renew 24 hours before the end of your subscription period, unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can turn it off in your iTunes account settings. Payment will only be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and once your free trial has ended. Please note that deleting Pok Pok Playroom off your device does not cancel your subscription. You must cancel your subscription via your iTunes account.


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What’s New

Version 27.1

BIG UPDATE: Homestead!

We’ve taken some of your favorite elements of House and expanded upon them with a fun, farm-themed addition! Kids can now care for a brand-new collection of animals and crops as they develop an understanding of life cycles, sustainability, and the science behind what helps plants grow.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Pok Pok Playroom’s married founders set out to create a kids’ app parents wouldn’t have to mute in a restaurant—and to the delight of grown-up diners everywhere, they did it. Pok Pok Playroom is a free-play feast for little senses: There are switches to flip, gears to grind, and blobs to plop together, all drawn and designed by hand to make the app feel like a tactile, handcrafted toy. Endlessly inventive but never overwhelming, it’s a master class in how a simple app can sometimes feel the most advanced.

brain_83 ,

Just brilliant

The team has done a fantastic job of thinking through what -can- be done for children on a touch screen. I’ve spent hours and hours with my 4 year old collecting mail, pushing levers, spinning the globe, organizing smoothie parties, bouncing blocks on springs, and so much more. It’s thrilling to see a game that is so thoughtful about kids’ intelligence and how to portray game characters of different genders, races, and physical abilities.

Most of the comments here focus on the subscription model. I credit the Pok Pok team for committing to their vision of a children’s play space that doesn’t turn play time into a “kiddie casino.” Let’s be candid - all those freemium games descend into the 2021 equivalent of pestering a grown up with a credit card to pony up for more lives, some digital accessory, or another level. The creators who bring to life this generation’s toy bin need to have an economic model that puts food on the table (and funds the monthly updates we’ve seen since launch!).

Developer Response ,

Wow, thank you so much for all of the kind words and appreciation for what we're making! It's so exciting to hear that your 4-year-old has been enjoying it so much, and that it's bringing you together in the process. We sincerely appreciate all of your thoughts and feedback! :)

nornagon ,


Pok Pok is one of my favorite apps. My 2 ½ year old likes it a lot too. I was reluctant to believe that any app could be appropriate for a kid that young, but Pok Pok has allayed my fears. I love seeing what my kid picks and how she plays with the toys, I love that it doesn’t talk to her (no ads!) or try to coax her toward trying to do anything, I love the sound design and all the little surprises that await. Most kid-oriented apps or videos are kind of annoying, but it is genuinely nice to be around Pok Pok. It’s more like a toy chest than a video game. We’ve been playing with it for a couple of months and my kid has continued to enjoy it and find new ways to play with it. It looks like it would be good for kids that are older too, with some toys that are more complex (like a sound board or a marble run) that my toddler just kind of mashes her hands around on but an older kid would probably enjoy fiddling with. In short, Pok Pok is wonderful. Enjoy it!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for such kind words! This is such enlightening feedback for our team :)


App Privacy

The developer, Pok Pok, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

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

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