Learning Through Fun With The Joy Sprouts App

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Joy Sprouts, Inc. All views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.    Thank you to Joy Sprouts In and their PR Company for the opportunity.  

My kids enjoy playing games on my tablet.  They enjoy playing games but I opt for more educational type apps.  I recently added a new app to my iPad for my three year old called Joy Sprouts

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Joy Sprouts was created by educational professionals, with award winning games and activities develop a range of important skills to help children’s total development. This app provides personalized reports that allow you to follow your child’s progress across key areas of development which I think is a fantastic idea so that I know what areas to work with my son on. 


I like that this app is so versatile. It is a combo app where children can not only have fun but they will learn many different things such as cognition and knowledge of math, science, social studies, language and literacy as well as social as well as emotional development. Along with physical development and health.

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Joy Sprouts is broken down into a few different games such as That’s My Job. Children can practice decision making by choosing the careers, tools and locations to join in the fun. They can also distinct costumes and objects used by each profession.  While My Dad also teaches children about the daily life of a firefighter.


In Where is Pooky? help Garfield find Pooky child uses their logical mind to solve fun and silly puzzles with familiar themes.  Children will learn colors, shapes, patterns and animals.


Music Jam ABC  children play the conductor playing nursery rhymes. Learning 6 instrumental categories: Percussion, String, Brass, Woodwind, Plucked, Wind, Keyboard, and Bowed-String along with 5 musical styles: Modern Orchestra, Folk, Jazz, Hawaiian, Chinese accompanied with 26 individual instruments, including B: Banjo, F: Flute, I: Ipu, M: Marimba, U: Ukelele and X: Xylophone among others!


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Plus Joy Sprouts also offers Am I Fit? for ages 3, 4 and 5 year old’s. Children take part in the Garfield comics with photo-taking scenes all while practicing gross motor exercises such as dancing, walking, running, swimming skills, balancing, and throwing / catching / rolling / kicking balls.


I love that my son sits and plays this app while I homeschool my older children. As he plays he is learning so many things that prepare him for the future. When he is done I can glance at his progress. I have given him learning game apps in the past to play and he showed very little interest in them but with Joy Sprouts he does not want to stop playing! 


Traveling this holiday season? Joy Sprouts is the perfect down load which will keep kids entertained for hours all while learning! Available for download iTunes now on iPad for IOS 7.0 or later for FREE! 



This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Joy Sprouts, Inc. All views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.    Thank you to Joy Sprouts In and their PR Company for the opportunity.  
Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  



  1. It is so awesome how kids nowadays learn from app than how it was traditionally way back – I guess this is how it is in this generation now πŸ™‚

  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    That sounds like an awesome learning game! I love things like this that make learning fun!

  3. I honestly think kids learn so much better and faster when something is fun. I think my Grandson would like to do the Where Is Pooky.

  4. It’s so nice how there are a lot of educational apps being made for little children. While starting them young, it’s good that they’re not just learning but at the same time they’re also having fun. I like the versatility of the app as well plus the fact that the graphics are also nice. It’s gonna make kids engrossed.

  5. I’m always looking for apps that are appropriate and educational for my little ones. This looks great – I love that it’s broken down into different games. Engaging and keeps their interest. Thanks for sharing.

  6. This looks like a great educational program! I would love to use this for a music supplement for homeschooling! πŸ˜€

  7. This sounds like a fantastic app. I love when there is a lot of variety in app to be learned. Kids have fun learning and they don’t get bored.

  8. I’m always looking for new apps for my toddler. I might be downloading this one too. Thank you.

  9. Looks like such a fun app! I need to try this for my little guy!

  10. Catherine S says:

    This sounds like a great spp. I will tell my friends with little ones about it,

  11. These are great apps. Making learning fun is the best way to get the kids interested and make sure they retain everything.

  12. I’ve never heard of the Joy Sprouts app. It appears to be a great app to keep my 5 year old busy and to have her learn/have fun as well. Thank you for sharing!! I will be sure to check this out.

  13. Looks like a great app. I am always looking for new ones.

  14. I love educational apps, such as the one you mentioned. Thanks for sharing!

  15. I’ve never heard of Joy Sprouts before! I think my boys would love to use the app! How fun!

  16. Bonnie @ wemake7 says:

    This sounds like a great app for the little ones. I will have to check this out.

  17. Elizabeth O. says:

    Such a great app! Glad that tablets can be educational, too!

  18. Oh I am absolutely getting this for my son. This would help out so much.

  19. Always looking for new apps for the kiddos. Love that this one is educational.

  20. This sounds like a really great app. I love to find apps that are fun yet educational at the same time. Kids don’t even realize they are learning.

  21. This looks like an awesome app!! I’m going to look this up for my princess πŸ™‚

  22. My toddler is obsessed with apps! I would need to try this with him.

  23. My middle son has his own tablet. I am going to have to check this out because I am all for educational games.

  24. That ‘Where is Pooky’ app caught my eye. I think that looks very cute. The music apps that allow kids to explore different instruments looks like a ton of fun!

  25. It’s so great that there are great educational apps like this available. It looks like a ton of fun!

  26. I love watching children learn and grow. They do so much with apps these days and that’s great!

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