The American Academy of Pediatrics 2016 revised guidelines for screen time for young children recommend “co-viewing (with caregivers) as the norm.”  Their recommendation was based on research which shows that the most important ‘interactive’ element when it comes to children's screen-time is how an adult supports the child while using media. Indeed, one recent study at the University of Virginia Early Development Lab has found that children learn most from educational and touch screen apps when their experience is supplemented with in-person social interaction. We take this research very seriously and have created our Things to Do with Grandma activity guide to provide you with simple, fun, and educational ideas for co-playing and co-viewing our award-winning app with the special child in your life. Enjoy!