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Gro Flowers

  • iPad, iPhone
  • Paid
  • age 5+

About Gro Flowers

Gro Flowers is a fantastic educational game meant for children between the ages of 0-5. It teaches children about the benefits of biodiversity and pollination. Gro Flowers takes a hands on approach to learning about these topics instead of traditional instruction. Players get to create their own flower species and then control a bee and other animals helpful to pollination in order to fill their field with flowers. Gro Flowers is suitable for Key Stage 1 Science.

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iPad, iPhone



In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - Yes - 1st Party


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Become your own gardener and create amazing new flower species with the tip of your finger. It’s fun and easy! Simply choose a color and start drawing on one petal and the pattern will be repeated automatically on the other petals, with a kaleidoscope effect.

Then help the bees, butterflies and the other creatures to pollinate your flowers, and your colorful creations will spread across the field. But look out for the nasty pesticide spray that could make the bees dizzy and tired.

When your little friends pollinate they get their sweet precious nectar, and in return they will not only reward you with sweet honey but also with more colors and brushes to play with. The more the healthier! Biodiversity in a nutshell.

All your amazing and beautiful flower species are saved in your collection book so you can create as many as you want and show them to your friends and family.

Gro Flowers is suitable for children 2-6 years old. By playing Gro Flowers they will learn about pollination and biodiversity in a simple and entertaining way.


  • Multi-touch - Play together at the same time
  • Free drawing with millions of possibilities
  • Symmetry drawing mode - amazing results
  • More than 70 colors and 50 brushes
  • Eco-educational: Encourages systems thinking
  • "Learn-as-you-play" game. No written instructions
  • Eco-educational: Encourages systems thinking
  • Kid-friendly interface
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