With Yoto, kids can find inspiration wherever they are on their journey. A sleepy sound machine in the nursery becomes the way they master ABCs. Then, kid-friendly radio and music fill the home for dance parties and sing-alongs while juniors get lost in engaging audiobooks.
As the years go by, the adventure only gets better. The only limit is their imagination. Read on to learn how Yoto can help your little one grow into an independent thinker and doer.
Children are inherently independent, and whether we like it or not, they *love* taking control and doing their own thing. Explore free timers in the Yoto App for tidying up, brushing your teeth and finishing your homework.
You can also download our get ready to leave the house timer on Yoto Space or upload your own! Maybe a reading timer? Or hide and seek timer? The only limit to your child owning their routine and play is their imagination.
Raising little leaders
Our card library offers your little listener a well-rounded appreciation of the world by letting them explore diverse cultures and traditions. Check out some of our favorite new releases below.
Age: 7 - 10
Summary: This glorious biography of Maya Angelou’s life – from her traumatic childhood through her work as a freedom fighter and her triumphant rise as a poet – is a powerful tribute to a phenomenal woman.
Age: 4 - 8
Summary: Yuyi Morales recounts her and her two-month old son, Kelly’s, triumphant migration from Mexico to San Francisco in this collection of 3 stories. Beautiful and powerful at any time-but given particular urgency as the status of our own Dreamers becomes uncertain- this is a story that is both topical and timeless.
Age: 6 - 9
Summary: “Imani the tiny” the children tease her, but this young Maasai girl is determined to touch the moon. This magical tale, with roots in the tradition of the adumu, a cultural jumping dance, is one strong and spirited girl’s thrilling story.