One of the best parts of our recent Entrepreneurship for Moms event has been meeting mompreneurs and learning about their amazing ideas - women just like Catherine Malcolm Brickman and Elisha Griego, two of the moms behind FeeFiFoFun.
FeeFiFoFun is an emerging children’s entertainment and publishing company and they recently launched Flutterby Butterflies, their first universal app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Flutterby Butterflies is a multi-level matching game that teaches colors, ABCs and first rhyming and site words to early learners. It is animated to teach and delight children ages 18 months to 6 years.
The coolest part? The original art was designed by the legendary illustrator, Alan Aldridge, of Beatles fame who created the iconic Beatles Illustrated Lyrics.
Of course, Griffin is not impressed by accolades so he volunteered to be an objective reviewer. I think the fact that he sat transfixed matching numbers and letters for a solid 45 minutes equals a four star review. And as a mom, I'm always a fan of educational apps and really appreciated the higher level matching that involved lower and upper case letters, which just happens to be something we are working on right now.
Flutterby Butterflies by FeeFiFoFun is only $1.99 and is available worldwide on iTunes under Apps in the Education category.
Flutterby Butterflies One-A-Day WEEK LONG Giveaway
So, the awesome ladies at FeeFiFoFun have agreed to let SEVEN Salt & Nectar readers try out Flutterby Butterflies for FREE!
Here's how you enter:
1. Go like FeeFiFoFun on Facebook.
2. Go to Salt & Nectar's Facebook page and answer the daily question at the top of our page.
That's it! FeeFiFoFun will pick a winner at the end of each day and message that person the details.
No purchase is necessary. The contest is open to US residents 18 and older only. Neither the Sarahs nor Salt & Nectar were paid to review the products and host this contest.