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Grandpa’s Workshop is another great app from Fairlady Media that teaches children a variety of information about tools, measuring, and how to identify various numbers and items. Set in a fun workshop, Grandpa keeps children engaged by asking them to help him cut boards in half, piece together puzzles, and help him paint various items all while learning a bit more about his workshop. If you loved Grandma Loves Bugs, then I guarantee you will love this app.
- Fun concept
Much like Grandma Loves Bugs, this app has an easy to use set-up that allows children to move seamlessly from one activity to another. The colorful graphics and Grandpa’s excitement with each completed task helps to keep children entertained and engaged throughout each activity. The developers have also included fun videos for children to watch as they learn.
Grandpa’s Workshop is a cute app that will teach little ones how to identify various tools, count screws, and understand fractions as they cut pieces of wood in various pieces. By helping Grandpa in his workshop, children also learn how to measure using a measuring tape and can watch educational videos that teach them about other tools commonly found in a workshop. This app is great for little ones who like to build and help put things together.
In addition to learning how to use various tools, measuring, and counting, children also have some fun activities scattered throughout the app. Kids will love painting their own bookshelf or stool along with selecting the item that is different in the group. These types of activities help children stay engaged and entertained as they learn.
Priced at just under two dollars this app is a great deal. Parents are going to love watching their little one get excited about tools, measuring, and the many things you can do in a workshop and for a price that won’t break the bank.
The developers have done a great job ensuring children are protected as they play. All of the “other” areas are protected and there are no in-app purchase links, advertisements or social media links to be worried about. Parents can rest assured knowing their child can play freely and safely.