A New Math Learning Game Created for kids aged 3 -5 by the CET (Central of Educational Technology) 9 Games designed to help your child self learn the 9 basic math foundations needed for first and second grade preschools."CET managed to combine educational and fun perfectly" - Moms & Apps 2015"Some how the kids keep coming back to this game, a rarity in real educational games" - Jennifer JarmainThe Central of Educational Technology is an organization created to bring kids and educators new learning experiences based on up to date technologies. We follow the latest studies and create our own to find out the best ways to make learning both fun and efficient. Maya - Math school adventure game expose the children to basic mathematical principles through experiencing various activities suitable for young children, in a hands-on and enjoyable way.In the course of the activity the children gain awareness and experience of basic mathematical concepts and ideas which serve as a start and the basis for formal learning.The math games are suitable for children ages 3 to 5 and deal with subjects related to familiarity with the numbers 0 to 10- Getting to know the names of the numbers- Getting to know the graphic symbols of the numbers- Getting to know the quantity which each number represents- The order of the numbers- Comparing numbers- Counting identical objects- Counting non-identical objectsEach of the nine math games is based around a unique animal in need of you childs help to complete a taskThe Penguin game getting to know the graphic symbol of the number through the sense of touch in addition to the sense of sight, and writing it.The Ostrich game understanding the quantity that the number represents.The Mouse game translating the name of the number into a quantity, in numbers 1 to 5, and strengthening the use of fingers to represent numbers.The Mole game counting similar objects.The Frog game getting to know the graphic symbol for the numbers and practicing the order of the numbers.The Hippopotamus game understanding the proportions of numbers and the term the largest.The Bunny game knowing the order of numbers and becoming familiar with their graphic symbols.The Monkey game understanding the quantity that the number represents and understanding the concepts of too many or not enough.The Bee game counting a group of non-identical objects, which appear out of order.Simple and effective rewards are handed to your child as he solves and plays with the different games making them repeat, practice and perfect their skills while building a huge fish tank full of fish given as reward.
What's new in version 1.0
ReleaseMarch 30, 2015
Date AddedFebruary 12, 2015
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.