1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Fun and good graphics
- Kind of repetitive
Let your kid match veggies, count, find letters and make grandma happy
Everyone loves kids and everyone wants to see them happy. Grandma's Garden is an appropriate application for children from 1 to 5, perfect so they can learn and be entertained at the same time.
What would your kids do? Basically, they'll be helping charming Grandma and her veggies, having fun interacting with them and doing tasks like matching items, counting veggies, tapping by colors and finding the letters. They will also increase their vocabulary regarding garden words: lettuce, cucumber, broccoli, tomato and so on.
Grandma's garden is user friendly and the graphics are well done and engaging for kids. However, we find it a bit repetitive since all the tasks are asked to be done over and over again and there could be a little more of variation given the app is not free. In the end, though, Grandma's garden is a fun solution to your kid's boredom and a good way of keeping him relaxed and happy. Noodlecake Studios Inc is the developer of this game, previously created for iOS and now available for Android.
Grandma's Garden was developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents of preschoolers for children ages 1 through 5.
- Shapes: circle, heart, square, rectangle, triangle, oval, diamond, star
- Colors: orange, purple, brown, red, green, yellow, pink, white
- Numbers (counting, quantities, numeral 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
"A positive and welcoming environment for young children to learn numbers, letters and colors." - bestappsforkids, April 2012
"It's got a spunky grandma with a purple beehive hairdo who tells you to 'Give Granny a kiss!' between games. Cute!" - bestkidsapps
1.0.1 - Fixed crash for users with Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
1.0 - initial release
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
My 21 month old daughter will play this for hours. She doesn't quite get the idea of all the mini games yet, but the feedback from granny never fails to make her squeal with delight.
My daughter is 4 and this is a bit too easy for her. I don't feel like she is learning anything. It may be good for younger children that are still learning colors, shapes and numbers.
A great game for children. Simple and fun with varying game types. Grandma's dance is also hilarious.