Grammar Pop Winterfest

Grammar Pop Winterfest

By HPHLP

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-12-09
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 27.84 MB
  • Developer: HPHLP
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.7 or later.

Description

It's a wintery new version of the original Grammar Pop iOS game. Match words with their parts of speech to pop clouds and release coins. Think you know your adverbs from your adjectives? Your prepositions from your participles? Can you match them under time pressure? Get Grammar Pop Winterfest today and prove it. With 28 levels, 11 parts of speech, and more than 10,000+ words, this seasonal version of Grammar Pop will challenge players at every level. Start with the easy parts or jump to the hard levels; it's up to you. The game builds on itself as the sentences get longer and new parts of speech are added to the mix. "Apps such as Grammar Pop are excellent resources to provide for students when they have down time or as options for rewards and recess on rainy days." -- Engage, a Reading Today blog from the International Reading Association "Unlike anything I've seen...Fun to play a 'smart' game." --Beth St. James, graphic designer, artist, and mom "What Grammar Pop does is what many educational apps lack: it makes learning exceptionally fun!" -- iSource "[T]he app that scored the best, according to our criteria, and that we recommend most strongly...Grammar Pop HD. This is a really clever app." -- Balefire Labs

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Reviews

  • Grammar Pop has many errors on the advanced levels when dealing with verbals (gerunds, participles)

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    By Gateymsu
    I bought and have been using your game in my 8th grade language arts classes. You have MANY mistakes when it comes to participles and gerunds on your game. Many VERBS are marked as VERBALS, and they are NOT. For example, here is one of your sentences. Jenson was frosting lemon cupcakes this morning. You have frosting listed as a participle, but it is a verb. It is part of the verb phrase – was frosting. If you put the sentence in past tense, frosting would change meaning it cannot be a participle or a gerund. Jenson frosted lemon cupcakes this morning. Please do an update, and correct these errors.

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