Grandma loves music and you will too! Play with musical instruments, learn music terminology and symbols, listen to instruments, play music games, learn note names, and watch videos with real musicians. Grandma is joined by a cast of wacky musical characters and a surprise visit from Grandpa for this fun experience in music appreciation and music theory. Ages 6 and up; some literacy required to fully benefit from the educational parts of the game.
Best Pick Award for Exceptional Design. “This is an app your child will want to play over and over again.”- Tech With Kids
Editor's Choice. - Children's Technology Review
Kids love Music with Grandma because they get to play with instruments and play interactive games.
Parents and teachers love Music With Grandma because it covers a broad curriculum of introductory music theory in a real-world context.
Grandma and Grandpa apps are apps you can feel good about giving to your kids. They are educational beyond the school curriculum - they also teach life skills in real-world contexts.
1. Instrument Sounds: “Which instrument do I hear…?”
2. Music Stand Matchup: “Match the symbols to their meanings!”
3. Music Maze: “Follow the quarter notes to solve the maze!”
4. Find the Note: “Find the F on the staff!”
5. Musical Patterns: “What comes next in the musical pattern?”
6. Musical Sorting: “Sort the metronomes from slowest to fastest!”
7. Instrument Memory Match: “Match up the instruments in pairs!”
Fun Interactive Extras:
1. Play the wood temple blocks!
2. Play the timpani drums!
3. Play the keyboard with sound effects!
4. Play the hand percussion instruments!
5. Grandpa plays the trumpet!
6. Give Grandma a high five!
7. Grandpa plays the clarinet!
10 Educational Videos:
Learn about conga drums, cello, harp, piano, violin, classical and electric guitar, accordion, snare drums, tuba, and trombone.
Musical instrument identification: saxophone, classical and electric guitar, french horn, trombone, tuba, drumset, piano, trumpet, xylophone, violin, flute, clarinet, hand bell, guiro, cowbell, triangle, tambourine, cymbals, Latin cabasa, maracas, accordion, harp, conga drums, snare drums, wood temple blocks, banjo, bagpipes, harmonica, and timpani drums.
Musical symbols: treble clef, fermata, flat, sharp, bass clef, natural, staff, crescendo, repeat, double bar
Music rests and notes: whole rest, half rest, quarter rest, eighth rest, whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, dotted half note.
Note names: treble clef: middle C - treble G, bass clef: middle C - bass F
Music With Grandma includes colorful graphics, professional-quality music, sound effects, and voices. It was developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents and tested by children.
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:
+ 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)
+ 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)
+ 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 changes. Have you tried our most recent app, Build With Grandpa? You'll love it! :)
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent app for music exposure
Yes, the dancing grandparent is silly, but that's this series' trademark and younger kids love it, this particular app can bridge over to a slightly older audience say 5 to 8 yrs and is really good for learning basic music concepts, what different instruments sound like, music notation, etc. It offers part of a keyboard to practice on and tests note names and has fun little games to reinforce concepts. Very worth the price. A nice addition to the collection.
Another great app from Fairlady
My daughters (5 and 8) love all the apps from Fairlady Media and this one is no different. As their dad is a musician they were excited to learn even more about music and love to play this game. I like that they have fun and LEARN at the same time!
Fun But Needs Some Tweaks
I use this app during piano lessons with children ages 7 to 10. Most kids, I've noticed, think the cut scenes where grandma dances are pretty stupid and lame. The developer should take those out or make them optional. It really is kind of lame. There needs to be more content added, too, so that the questions don't repeat as quickly as they do now. Overall, it's a good app, and I hope the developer keeps on improving it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.