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| May 30, 2013
Your Kids Will Have A Great Time Cooking In Grandma’s Kitchen
It’s time to get cooking with grandma in another fun kid’s app from Fairlady Media. Arriving in the App Store today, Grandma’s Kitchen is designed for ages 4-7 and teaches kindergarten and first grade learning skills. The app is the third entry in the “Grandma and Grandpa” game series from the developer. My 5-year-old daughter really enjoys playing Grandpa’s Workshop and Grandma’s Garden, and I know she’ll have fun with the newest app. Using seven mini-games, the app does a nice job of teaching some basic skills like telling the time, math, pattern recognition, compound words, and spotting the different object. And as the app’s name suggests, there are also seven fun and educational videos of action going on in real kitchens. There are also a number of interactive elements as kids can wash dishes, make and eat a cake, lick the spatula, and even give Grandma a big, sloppy kiss. As a nice touch, adults can also choose which of the mini-games are active so kids can work on specific skills. Grandma’s Kitchen is a universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. It can be downloaded now in the App Store for a limited-time launch sale price of $0.99. The other apps in the series, Grandpa’s Workshop and Grandma’s Garden, are also universal and can be downloaded in the App Store for $1.99 each. [gallery]