We don’t mean to brag, but sometimes we just can’t help but be proud!
Preschool EduMath 1 has received a Parents’ Choice Award for our educational math game Preschool EduMath 1!
Preschool EduMath 1 has been chosen for the Parent’s Choice Approved Seal.
What does the Parent’s Choice Approved Seal Award mean? We’re glad you asked. “A Parents’ Choice Approved seal indicates a wholesome product that helps children enjoy developing physical, emotional, social or academic skills.”
“The Parents’ Choice Awards committees look for products that entertain and teach with flair, stimulate imagination and inspire creativity.”
That’s good news for us and your family! Cubic Frog® strives to create games that are suited for children of all learning styles because we believe every child deserves to have fun while learning and playing. Cubic Frog® games are structured around Montessori style sensory stimulation, focusing on colorful visuals, engaging fine motor tactile finger commands, cheerful music and reward system in order to maximize knowledge retainment.
Our small team of child experts here are all the time researching and working to make better and better games for you and your family! We love hearing from our frog fans, whether they’re Parents’ Choice Award, “the nation’s oldest nonprofit program created to recognize quality children’s media”, a homeschool family, grandpa of six, or first year preschool teacher… we always want to know what you think of our learning games and how they can be improved!
Learn more about Parents’ Choice Award here.
Here’s the complete award review of Preschool EduMath 1 by Cubic Frog®:
EduMath is a series of apps designed by Cubic Frog® to teach and hone early math concepts; EduMath 1, which focuses on emerging/preschool math skills, features eighteen games and activities at two skill levels (i.e. working with 1-10 or 1-30). Some of the skills presented include number recognition, number tracing, matching, sorting, counting, and even basic adding and subtracting. Children play the fun and brightly colored games while learning and practicing these skills. For example, while catching flying numbers and helping critters press the correct elevator button, children practice number recognition. And, by matching number tiles to their respective dotted tiles, they learn symbol-quantity relationships.
At first glance, some of the games may seem to feature material above the recommended age level (e.g. solving equations); however, helpful visual clues are included in each task. For example, in the equations, colored dots are located above the numbers in the equation as well as the possible answers. Children can get the correct answer by adding the numbers, counting the dots, or even matching the color of the dots above the answer blank with the color of the correct numerical answer. This also helps with matching and sorting skills.
In the parent section, settings include the ability to select the skill level as well as which activities appear for their children. There are no third party ads, but there are links to Facebook, Pinterest, and email.
Sharon Heuscher ©2016 Parents’ Choice
See more at: http://www.parents-choice.org/product.cfm?product_id=33613&StepNum=1&award=aw#.dpuf