Join this charming dancing Grandma and all her silly veggies for fun adventures in the garden! She needs your help to match up the vegetables, identify letters, color the veggie, choose the right colors, and more. Grandma will teach you all about how things grow in real-live gardening videos. Plus, pick surprise goodies from Grandma's bag!
Find out why kids, parents, and teachers love Grandma's Garden!
"A positive and welcoming environment for young children to learn numbers, letters and colors." - bestappsforkids
Your child will identify with Grandma’s warm, loving, fun personality.
You will feel good about giving your kids Grandma's Garden because it teaches basic skills and life skills (gardening) in a fun and engaging way. It is loaded with fun activities, positive messages, and enriching content for kids.
"It's got a spunky grandma with a purple beehive hairdo who tells you to 'Give Granny a kiss!' between games. Cute!" - bestkidsapps
EIGHT ACTION-PACKED MINI-GAMES:
1. Match the Vegetables. Those veggies are hiding behind the bushel baskets... can you match them up?
2. Color the Vegetable. Oh no! Grandma's vegetable is the wrong color! Color it to reveal a silly-faced veggie grinning at you!
3. Count the Vegetables. Grandma needs help figuring out how many she has. Count them and send them to her bag.
4. First Letters. Oh dear! The P fell off Potato! Can you put it back?
5. Shapes. Time to water the garden! Grandma wants to use the watering can with the circle on it...
6. Touch the Colors. Can you pick all the orange flowers?
7. Spot the Difference. Which is the biggest one?
8. Number Groups. Which group has the correct number of items?
- Shapes: circle, heart, square, rectangle, triangle, oval, diamond, star
- Colors: orange, purple, brown, red, green, yellow, pink, white
- Numbers (counting, quantities, numeral recognition, group recognition): 1-8
- Letters: A, B, C, D, F, G, H, L, M, O, P, R, S, T, W, and Z
- Vocabulary: lettuce, cucumber, broccoli, tomato, potato, corn, eggplant, chili pepper, onion, red pepper, green pepper, yellow pepper, mushroom, carrot, artichoke, pumpkin, pea, radish
- Differentiation: find differences between objects
Grandma's Garden was developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents of preschoolers for children ages 5 and under.
Fairlady Media is committed to developing high-quality family-friendly games that provide excellent entertainment value. Please contact us if you have suggestions for improvement or to get technical issues resolved: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also by Fairlady Media:
+ Grandpa's Workshop (high-fiving Grandpa teaches primary skills, ages 2-6)
+ Grandma’s Kitchen (fun and learning with Grandma and her wacky utensils, ages 4-7)
+ Grandma Loves Bugs (explore the forest to learn about creepy-crawlies, ages 5 & under)
+ Grandpa In Space (blast off in a custom rocket to explore the solar system, ages 6-8)
+ Grandma’s Preschool (the best school readiness app on the App Store, ages 3-6)
+ Fishing With Grandpa (cast and reel in fish and play games with Grandpa, ages 3-6)
+ Music With Grandma (learn about music and jam on musical instruments, ages 7+)
+ Camping With Grandpa (go on a hiking adventure and learn about the wilderness, ages 5-8)
+ At the Zoo With Grandma and Grandpa (tour the zoo and learn about 50+ animals, ages 6-8)
+ Grandpa’s Toy Shop (design, build, and decorate toys to sell in Grandpa’s shop, ages 6-9)
+ Build With Grandpa (demolish, design, build, paint, and decorate houses, ages 5-9)
+ Grandma’s Beach Fun (sand, water, sun, and fireworks, ages 5-8)
+ Smashing Grammar (crush the nouns, verbs, and more to get a high score, ages 9+)
Links that take the user outside the app are contained behind a Parental Gate.
Updated for the latest version of iOS and iPhoneX! :) We hope you're enjoying Grandma's Garden! Make sure to try all our other Grandma and Grandpa apps as well!
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect toddler app!
My own daughters are past the age of this app. However, I got the app because several friends have young kids, and it's nice to have something for them to do while you're trying to have an adult conversation.
However, my plan didn't work - because it was so good! We all stopped our conversation while my friend's daughter played the game. She talked to "Grandma", counted with her, and then, in a magical moment, Grandma asked for a kiss. She actually picked put the iPad, and KISSED THE SCREEN!
My grandson loves the matching game on this app. Grandma claps her hands and dances. I do wish when the child makes a "match" that the pictures remain on the screen a bit longer so the child can better see what he/she just matched. They disappear so quickly that it's tough to see what was matched. Also a picture of a vegetable appears for the child to "color in". The problem is Grandma says, "I'm sorry, dear, that's not the right color BEFORE the child even begins the task. Needs to be adjusted.
My niece just turned two and has loved this app for a couple of months now. My four year old nephew loves it, also! They are obviously learning at different levels, but the 2yo loves playing her brother's games, and this is one she can succeed at. It is adorable and has different activities that will keep their attention and focuses on different areas of learning. I am an educational psychologist, and I give this my stamp of approval!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.