Inside front cover; black and white. A matching game with character preforming farm chores.
"Grandma Jones" is a parody of Grandma Moses [Anna Mary Robertson Moses] (1860-1961) who was a popular American folk artist in the 1950s.
Bob Gregory's collection of payment remittance invoices from Western Printing & Lithography Co., contain an invoice dated August 17, 1961 for rough pencil visualization for this story.
A game using buttons to advance on a path from the barn to Grandma's house.
A find the mistake game to match the right tool to the job each character is doing.
Directions for making a caterpillar out of a cardboard egg carton.
Directions for a game involving tossing dried peas into various shaped boxes.
Directions for making rubbings of leaves using paper and crayons.
Inside back cover; black and white. A puzzle where the goal is to fill a shopping cart with items totaling exactly $2.32.
Back cover. A rebus game to find who has been bothering Grandma's chickens. This sequence is replaced by an ad in some copies. See Sequence 13.