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Get Jump Numbers free this Friday from Artgig Studio. Feed the gators and learn math with Calcugators, follow Harald and the Tortoise on an adventure, build personalised web apps with Gabriel’s Seeds, and read along with the Bumble Storybook.
Plus, apps for children with autism, and fourteen futuristic schools.
by Artgig Studio
FREE (normally $2.99) on Aug 25th. Skip counting provides the foundation for math fluency in calculation, number sense, and as the basis for multiplication and division. The award-winning Jump Numbers is a flexible and fun skip counting game to excite and engage mathematicians of all ages and ability.
Check out this teacher guide, written by Teachley, with some great tips on how to use Jump Numbers for both Kindergarten and 3rd grade.
Calcugators – Addition
by Little 10 Robot, LLC
Pick a trail and feed the gators on a math hike that is sure to challenge young minds and make them smile.
While you will only see addition problems in Calcugators, you may be surprised by just how many ways you will work with numbers. You will need to use all your math strategies: regrouping, counting on, making multiples of ten, subtraction and more. With four levels of difficulty, there is a challenge for just about any age.
Harald and the Tortoise
by Midnight Pigeon
Kids from 2-4 years old can learn shapes and strengthen their vocabulary as they follow Harald and his Tortoise on a fun adventure story.
The Bumble Storybook
by 9th Impact
A heart warming children’s story with clay characters and hand-made scenes. The Bumble is a beautiful rhyming story of a grumpy old Bumble and a carefree happy-go-lucky mouse.
This free book is a positive and uplifting story that will teach your kids that you can’t judge a book by its cover and that you see the inner goodness of people through their actions, not their external appearance.
by Gabriel IS
Gabriel’s Seeds is a website that helps teachers quickly create personalized learning web apps for children K-3. It is an app generator and can combine online media into learning apps and can target children interests by their talents. Visit their website.
7 Apps for Children with Autism
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