Learn all about bugs with Grandma! This adventurous Grandma needs help identifying bugs, coloring butterflies, catching fireflies, spelling buggy words, matching letters on bees and flowers, building a spider web, and even finding a bug in her hair! Includes 10 mini-games and 8 instructional videos for ages 5 and under.
Parents, teachers, and kids are raving about Grandma Loves Bugs. Find out why!
TEN ACTION-PACKED MINI-GAMES!
1. Spot the Difference. One of those bugs is missing antennae... can you spot the one that is different?
2. Magic Coloring. Oops! That’s not the right color! Can you color it?
3. Letter Match. Send the bee to the right flower by matching upper and lower case letters.
4. Bug Spelling. Can you spell the word “wings”? Start with the first letter in the word!
5. Counting Fireflies. Can you put 8 fireflies into the jar? Be quick, they’re fast!
6. Number Groups. Which jar has 5 bugs?
7. Identify Bugs. Which one is the grasshopper?
8. Feed Baby Bird. Catch the bugs from mama’s beak to feed the baby bird!
9. Bug Matching. Touch a leaf to see what’s behind it. Can you match the bugs?
10. Build a Spider Web. Build a web and then test to see how many flies it will catch!
+ Ten educational mini-games.
+ Eight narrated videos of real bugs in nature.
+ Fun interactive add-ins: find bug on Grandma, caterpillar eats leaves, bug under magnifying glass.
+ Colorful graphics, professional-quality music, sound effects, and voices.
+ Dancing, animated Grandma!
+ Adult can select which mini-games are active.
+ Developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents. Tested by children.
+ Nature awareness (e.g. bug identification, bug anatomy, bug behavior, bugs as food for birds)
+ Colors: orange, brown, red, green, yellow, black, blue, pink
+ Numbers (counting, quantities, numeral recognition): 1-10
+ Observation skills (spot the difference)
+ Letters: upper and lower case letters A-Z
+ Memory: reveal bugs behind leaves and match each pair from memory
+ Problem solving: build a spider web that will catch all 10 flies
+ Vocabulary: butterfly, snail, spider, worm, ladybug, beetle, firefly, grasshopper, mosquito, dragonfly, moth, bumblebee, praying mantis, wasp, honeycomb, magnifying glass, ant, flea, tick, web, hive, shell, leaf, antenna, soil, abdomen, segments, and many other nature words.
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Also by Fairlady Media:
+ Grandma's Garden (dancing Granny teaches preschool skills, ages 5 & under)
+ 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)
+ 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)
+ 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.
Minor updates - have you tried our most recent game, Camping With Grandpa?
Hey, campers! Who wants to roast a marshmallow and eat a s’more? Grab a stick and join Grandpa on a hiking and camping adventure you’ll never forget! Choose a trail, read a compass, spot some wildlife, identify animal tracks, earn wilderness patches, play tent games, and watch videos about real-life outdoor experiences. Don’t forget to douse the campfire before you leave! Designed for ages 6-8.
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Grandma and Grandpa Really Are Educational
We have several of the Grandma and Grandpa apps. This one is probably my favorite. I’m a developmental psychologist and appreciate that these apps really are educational (some other apps claim to be but aren’t). My favorite feature is that as a parent I can go into the settings and turn OFF some of the games. I like this because I can turn something off that I know is still a little too advanced (read: frustrating) for my child and also I can go back in and add things later as my child grows so the app stays fresh.
There are 10 games but the app rotates through all 10 instead of giving you a menu so you can choose which one you want to play. An adult can change which games are in the rotation so you can exclude games that are too easy, too hard or not interesting for your child. Each game is very, very short with no levels. If you do the rotation more than once you do get different bugs to look at, different words to spell, different numbers of fireflies to catch, etc. It would be much better if a child could choose one game and stick with it for several repeats.
In general, I like this app. It's pretty simple, but appropriate for a four or maybe five yr. old. The only strange thing to me was the name. I thought it would be about grandma taking care of or appreciating bugs. This app has you build a web to trap bugs and putting fireflies in a jar. I wasn't feeling the love. Maybe it should be called something different like, "Grandma messes with bugs".
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.