It’s always nice to see diverse options like this one that are educational in nature, in this case helping early math learners
OK, so with the understanding that this is an educational game I’m imagining that almost nobody is reading this. Hello, to whoever you may be interested in how well this game works, thanks for checking out the page. As for the game it is certainly very pleasant, low-volume, and calming overall. That makes it a pretty great match for the younger kids it appears to be targeting, with this patiently going through very fundamental elements starting with simply counting and then moving on to addition, subtraction, and more. I do like the fact that since they opened with counting they relate the other skills to this like essentially considering addition the continued counting from one number to the next. Now, in my mind they linger a bit on multiple stages without really upping the ante too much, but I suppose repetition and reinforcement (as well as making it not take just a short while to plow through) make sense. This definitely skews the youngest among the math-based games I’ve played, so you’ll want to be sure your young learner isn’t already acquainted with math skills or they may feel bored or even a bit insulted if you load it up. Beyond that it is what it is, helping to gently get kids going with simple mechanics and positive reinforcement.
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