Grammar Pop Winterfest (and the original Grammar Pop) both start out pretty easily. Students are asked to identify nouns, verbs, and articles, a learning activity that would be perfect even at the elementary level. However, by the end of the application, the sentences have become incredibly advanced.
Personally, I think it's great that the application has a wide focus. The advanced levels provide a challenge for younger students (in late elementary or early middle school) and the beginner levels offer excellent review for older students.
Plus, the application offers an in-game guide that can remind students of any parts of speech they may have forgotten.
Additionally, the app comes with some excellent strategies and tips (similar to the original Grammar Pop game) on the best ways to approach grammar learning.
Finally, while you're playing, the application keeps track of your score and progress so you can see how you're performing overall (I didn't stay at the "Professor Level" for long...)
And essentially, that's the application! It's a wonderful way to practice grammar and it's a nice seasonal addition to the Grammar Pop family.
The only addition that might be helpful would be to have a hint pop up if a student is having repeated difficulty with a particular word or part of speech. For example, if the student tried four or five incorrect parts of speech for a particular word, it would be nice if a hint/reminder came up that offered some advice on the correct part of speech.
Other than that, this application is an excellent way to learn and practice grammar, from late elementary all the way through high school.
Plus, it would be a nice way for ESL students to work on their grammar and parts of speech as well. It's simple, interactive, and turns learning grammar into an enjoyable game. For only $0.99, Grammar Pop Winterfest is definitely worth checking out.
The opinions expressed in this review are my own. I was not compensated for reviewing this application; however, I was given a free copy for review purposes.