EduApp: Sago Mini Fairy Tales, for iPad

Explore an enchanted forest with Jinja the cat - App aimed at 2-4 year olds

Sago Mini Fairy Tales




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  • 30 fun animations to discover
  • Beautifully designed
  • Encourages talk and interactivity
  • No in-app purchases or third-party advertising
  • Helps develop imaginations


  • Currently only available for iOS

SagoMiniFairyTalesFeatureOne of the latest suites of apps available from Sago is the beautifully designed Fairy Tales app for iPad, which is primarily aimed at 2-4 year-olds, which would be ideal for one-to-one activities with youngsters.

sagominifairytaleslogoChildren can explore an enchanted forest with Jinja the cat. Invite Jinja out to play and discover a magical world filled with familiar fairy tale characters. Encounter gnomes, dragons and even a frog prince. Make new friends, play dress up and unearth silly surprises. This open-ended play experience is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Made with care, Sago Mini Fairy Tales puts kids in control. Part of the award-winning suite of Sago Mini apps, this app is sure to bring smiles to your little one.

• Use your finger to move Jinja through the forest
• Guide Jinja to the yellow markers to uncover fun animations
• Fly, dance, and laugh with Jinja and her friends
• More than 30 fun animations to discover
• Make up stories to go with the actions
• Recommended for toddlers
• No in-app purchases or third-party advertising, so you and your child are free to discover without interruptions!

This is a lovely app to use with children in early years settings, or to suggest to parents who are wanting to encourage interactive, creative and imaginative one-to-one activities with their children. The open-ended nature of the app allows for the child to stay in control, encouraging positive talk and interactions.

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