List/Grid Tag Archives: counting

numbers

Endless Numbers

Review Excerpt: Following the success of Endless Alphabet (CTR Feb 2013), this free version of Endless Numbers (also called Endless 123) introduces numerals in the context of simple ...
caterpillar

Very Hungry Caterpillar & Friends, The: Play & Explore

Review Excerpt: If there was an award for the world’s most beautiful early math workbook, it might very well go to this app. This is the first time the art of Eric Carle has been ...
panda

Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2

Review Excerpt: This cooking simulation follows last year’s Dr. Panda’s Restaurant. You become the cook in this island restaurant, trying to feed an endless flow of new ...
count10

Count up to Ten: Learn Numbers With Montessori

Review Excerpt: This collection of leveled activities includes counting, 1 to 1 correspondence, a numeral tracing activity and an augmented reality activity, with a cloud-based reward ...
10fingers

10 Fingers +

Review Excerpt: Counting with your fingers comes naturally for most children (and adults), and it certainly gives the general concept of “base ten” a nice grounding. The ...
adventures

1000 Adventures

Review Excerpt: Books full of hot spots are common; so it’s nice when the animated effects tie into something dear to any child — his or her imagination Made in Spain and ...
bakery

Shiny Bakery

Review Excerpt: Cooking can be messy and complicated; but not with this app. The easy to use, clean interface makes it an ideal starter app for older preschoolers or Pre-K learners. ...
AnniesApples2

Annie’s Picking Apples 2: Learning Games

Review Excerpt: In the app, children help Annie the squirrel pick apples, prepare pies, and put together puzzles in 27 worlds which are arranged like a board-game. Features include: ...
dance

Wubbzy’s Dance Party

Review Excerpt: Based on “Meet the Wuzzles,” this app lets your child play along with Wubbzy and pals, Daizy, Walden and Widget.  In the story, The Wubb Club is planning ...
splash

Splash Math Kindergarten

Review Excerpt: This math drill serves up sets of basic math problems that start with counting and move into addition, subtraction and other math concepts and are aligned to common ...
beast

Lonely Beast 123, The

Review Excerpt: Simple, clear animated screens invite the question: can you count to 12? This app — featuring the famous large black beast from Irish illustrator Chris Judge, ...
ollie

Ollie the Cat

Review Excerpt: This first counting experience features illustrations from Jane Chapman and Tim Warnes that deliver a responsive early counting experience. The ten page ebook is narrated ...
tenbed

Ten In The Bed

Review Excerpt: In this ten screen ebook you can help the bears “fall” out of the bed with a swipe. Beginning readers can touch each word to hear it read out loud, although ...
tapcat

Tap the Cat

Review Excerpt: Nine early reading activities were designed by a group of educators in Australia and are designed to provide structured practice with such things as letter/object matching, ...
broom

Room on the Broom

Review Excerpt: In this game, your mission is to earn stars by completing tasks that feature characters from the book. Most games have a soft educational agenda; involving counting ...
chicken

Peppa Pig Happy Mrs. Chicken

Review Excerpt: This collection of six games features Peppa Pig and his animated animal friends. It is one of several Peppa Pig apps. The games include: Jigsaw Puzzles (four puzzles ...
counting

Counting

Review Excerpt: This app looks good, but the interactivity is limited and the illustrations don’t match the numbers. The quality photos are nice to explore. The last page of the ...
petcafe

Sago Mini Pet Cafe

Review Excerpt: Looking for a great first-app for a toddler or preschooler? Three fail-safe activities playfully pull children to a setting where they can discover the first math and ...
zoopal

ZooPAL-A Gift: Learning Games for Preschool Kids

Review Excerpt: ZooPAL-A Gift: Learning Games for Preschool Kids is described as “a personalized, interactive story where your child is the hero and the adventure changes each ...
moosemath

Moose Math

Review Excerpt: Teachers take note: App number 17 from Duck Duck Moose is designed specifically to cover early elementary (Kindergarten and First Grade) math by way of some solid counting, ...
pbsparents

PBS Parents Play & Learn App

Review Excerpt: PBS Parents Play & Learn App is the first app designed for parents (according to the press release). It is designed to provide a set of math and reading games that ...
pirate

Max’s Pirate Planet – A Board Game Adventure

Review Excerpt: This is a pirate-themed, turn-based, pass and play board game for up to four players. The game board is shaped like the planet. You start by choosing a game piece and ...
willibe

What Will I Be?

Review Excerpt: Wondering what you’ll be when you grow up? Now there’s an app for that. This 19 page eBook follows a predictable pattern, with about four animated surprises ...
gorilla

Ten Giggly Gorillas

Review Excerpt: Ten Giggly Gorillas is like Five Little Monkeys. The story is enjoyable and the optional Read to Me narration by Angela Catterns is well done. The main feature of Ten ...
clifford

Clifford’s BIG Birthday

Review Excerpt: Children explore Clifford’s doghouse as they work together to set up a surprise party for Clifford’s birthday. This app looks good but it acts a lot like it ...
storytoys

Story Toys Jr. Farm 123

Review Excerpt: This is one of a series from Irish-based StoryToys. This particular story mixes farm animals with an all-to-common counting theme. You can herd chickens to hear them ...
count100

Count to 100!

Review Excerpt: In this interactive counting board, you start by setting up your number board with a challenge, such as to skip count by  2s, 5s, 10s and 25s. There’s also a ...
bugsnumbers

Bugs and Numbers

Review Excerpt: Third in the series, Bugs and Numbers contains 18 games and activities, designed around a bug city. The app is organized into three basic stages, to grow with your child ...
quick

Quick Images

Review Excerpt: The app starts with six types of numerical representations, such as “Ten Frames” and “Rekenrek”  models which are used in many school curriculums. ...
letscount

Let’s Count

Review Excerpt: Designed to teach children to count, this app contains four counting exercises each dealing with jellybeans. You can arrange towers from short to tall; place the right ...
sesametv

Kinect Sesame Street TV

Review Excerpt: We’ve all grown used to the notion of watching TV. Now it can watch you back, providing you have one of two Kinect titles — Kinect Sesame Street TV, or Kinect ...
dora

Dora: Where is Boots?

Review Excerpt: Billed as a “Hide and Seek Adventure” this app was inspired by the classic lift-the-flap books. The nine screen adventure hides something red in each page. ...
elephant

National Geographic Little Kids: Look & Learn Animals Vol. 1

Review Excerpt: Did you know that a brown bear has claws as long as your mom’s hand? That’s one of the 18 “fun facts” found in this app, which is built around ...
montesorri

Montessori Numbers

Review Excerpt: Four number sandboxes in one app are ideal for letting a preschooler freely experiment with the first mathematical relationships using number sets that range from 0 ...
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Jazzy 123

Review Excerpt: This third app in the Jazzy series by The Melody Book is the sister app to A Jazzy Day, this time dealing with counting with musical instruments. There are three options ...
tens

Tens Frame

Review Excerpt: A tens frame is a simple yet very effective tool for playing with numbers up to five and ten. This app provides a tens frame and ten counters, five blue and five purple. ...
gorilla

Ten Giggly Gorillas

Review Excerpt: Ten Giggly Gorillas is like Five Little Monkeys. The story features optional Read to Me narration by Angela Catterns, as well as a separate Monkey Memory game featuring ...
math

Math Doodles

Review Excerpt: Math Doodles consists of four hand drawn activities: Sums Stacker, Connect Sums, Unknown square and a preview (but functional) version of Splat GoRound. Each lets you ...
number

Number Bonds

Review excerpt: This app consists of a set of virtual Cuisenaire rods, which must be arranged properly in order to unlock the next level. Features include the ability to remember progress ...
wings

Motion Math: Wings

Review excerpt: If you’ve ever played a game like Doodle Jump or Scoops, where you lean the iPad screen from side to side in order climb higher, you get the idea of Motion Math ...
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