Getting your young child to develop an early interest in learning is so important. It can be difficult sometimes, especially over summer break because there are so many distractions.
This post is sponsored by GazzliWorld.
For example our kids love electronics, the iPad especially can be a distraction because its all they want to do. When you are able to combine their favorite electronic ‘toy’ with learning, you have a surefire winner. This is why we are excited about, GazziliScience!
The GazziliWorld apps do such a great job of allowing your child to learn, interact and be entertained all at the same time, and the GazziliScience app is true to form and is actually my favorite in the series.
Your child starts off with the Plants game. In this one your child will learn about planting, growing and seeing the benefits of having plants. First you dig your hole in the ground and then you get to choose from a sunflower, rose, or apple tree. You get to plant the seed, fill the hole, water and watch the sun assist in helping your plant grow. You learn about how the roots collect water and the sun helps the plant grow. Then you see the benefit of the plant growing and you can come back and grow your other plants as well. Once you complete your task, you are awarded a piece for the Gazzili Fun Page, which is your interactive award center where you can see what the Gazzili Gang is up to!
After completing this first game, you open up new games, which talk about the Water Cycle – how and why rain occurs, the 4 Seasons and weather changes, Living and Non-Living items, what items will Sink or Float, and the Five Senses.
All of these games are very interactive and will have your child excited and wanting to move on the next level and see what else they can learn. Once you master a game, you can go back to it time and time again to continue having a great time playing and more importantly, learning.
The GazziliScience app is available at the iTunes Store, and so is the entire line of GazziliWorld games. I highly recommend going and checking them out so your child can develop that interest in learning at an early age!