Just in time for the holidays, a new app has launched that you can play with your friends and family. Math With Your Friends is a fun twist on a classic board game that puts your math knowledge to the test. This social math game utilizes numbers and operators instead of letters as you build mathematical equations to score points. Increase your score even more by taking advantage of multipliers on the game board. The player with the most points wins! Don't want to play through social networks? No problem! This game has a simple two-player board option so friends can sit side by side and simply pass the device back and forth.
Bottom Line: Kids can learn sorting skills as they deliver food to the elephant at the zoo which focuses on colors, shapes and numbers up to five. While playing, kids can earn extra items by delivering items each character want and by keeping keen eyes on the background for extra points. This app is completely free, with no third-party ads, but it does have an external link for getting reports in Facebook Messenger that does not have a parent protection.
EduGuru Apps are designed and built to help children learn outside of the classroom, stimulate their imagination and make learning an open-ended fun activity. Cute and basic animations guide toddlers through the key UK national curriculum subjects of Maths, English, Science & Technology and Art & Music.
EduGuru Maths is the first in the series and has been designed for 3-5 year olds in close collaboration with UK teachers, nursery schools and parents. The app is packed with 128 fun to play games (wrapped in eight core games) and priced at $1.99, with no subscription fee and all updates are provided free of charge.
Bottom Line: Don't hate me for recommending a musical instrument app for your kids. Yes, I know it's painful in the beginning, but this app really works because I could use it and if it can teach me how to play, it can teach your kiddo how to make beautiful music instead of sounding like screeching cats meowing in an alleyway. The app is fairly simple to use and for just $4.99, you can't go wrong.