Grammar Pop HD

Last modified
Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Description of App

The award-winning Grammar Girl presents Grammar Pop: A fun word game for adults and a great way for kids to learn parts of speech. Match words with parts-of-speech
to pop clouds and progress from nouns and verbs to gerunds and participles.

The sentences get longer, the parts of speech get harder, and the timer gets shorter as you pop more clouds and advance through Grammar Pop. You won’t
even know you’re learning!

Grammar Girl has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show as a grammar expert, is a regular radio guest, and has been featured in Business Week, the New York
Times, CNN, Reader’s Digest, the Washington Post, and USA Today. She has written seven books on grammar, including Grammar Girl Presents The Ultimate Writing
Guide for Students, which is used in many classrooms and has been offered through Scholastic book fairs.

Many of the game sentences use commonly confused words and model “Conventions of Standard English” requirements of the Common Core standards.

Grammar Pop does not support the iPad 1.

If you have a problem with the app or identifying parts of speech, instead of leaving a review, please leave a comment at
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“Unlike anything I've seen...Fun to play a 'smart' game.”
—Beth St. James, graphic designer, artist, and mom

“As a licensed teacher I'd strongly recommend it to middle or high school English students.”
—Scott Miniea, grammar enthusiast

“My 3rd & 4th grades sons loved it!...The 3rd grade son struggles with spellingand grammar—He really got into the game.”
—Jennifer Whitmer, elementary school administrator and mother of four

“As an adult I enjoyed being able to brush up on my skills...A very valuable classroom tool.”
—Salina Gibson, author

“I teach a college grammar class and I think the repetition of identifying parts of a sentence would help my students tremendously.”
—Timi Ross Poeppelman, college professor

Awards for Grammar Girl

Grammar Girl products have a proven track record for excellence in education.

2012 International Reading Association Teachers’ Choice (for Grammar Girl Presents the Ultimate Writing Guide for Students)
2012 101 Best Websites for Writers – Writer's Digest ("Best of the Best")
2012 Nominee, Best Education Podcast – Podcast Awards
2012 Nominee, Best Education Podcast – Stitcher Awards
2011 101 Best Websites for Writers – Writer's Digest
2010 101 Best Websites for Writers – Writer's Digest
2010 Best Classic Podcast – iTunes
2009 Best Classic Podcast – iTunes
2009 Nominee, Best Education Podcast – Podcast Awards
2009 Nominee, Audie Award (for the audiobook of Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing)




Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support

Not Known

Device(s) App Was Tested On


Accessibility Comments

Not accesable at all.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads no page elements.

Button Labeling

No buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is totally inaccessible.

Other Comments

I will be contacting the developer.

Developer's Twitter Username



0 people have recommended this app



Submitted by Missy Hoppe on Monday, March 3, 2014

I was really excited when I heard about this app. Fortunately, I have a good friend who was willing to buy it and let me test it on her phone. I sure hope this becomes VO friendly someday, as the concept sounds extremely fun.

Submitted by John Muoio on Monday, March 3, 2014

I did contact the developer also if you did not know she has a podcast under grammar girl.

Submitted by Michael Hansen on Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team
From what I've been reading on Twitter (by doing a hashtag search for AppleVis), it appears as though the main reason this game is inaccessible is because it was developed using a multiplatform game engine called Game Salad. According to the developer of Grammar Pop HD (again via Twitter), she checked with the developers of Game Salad and was informed that Game Salad does not include accessibility features. Perhaps the use of third-party engines like Game Salad is the reason a lot of games that could easily be made accessible are not?

If the game engine does not include accessability at all, it is not so likely the game will be fixed. What a shame. I'm an ESL teacher and would love to use this.

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