Why we love this app
This app, in short, is amazing. It provides a solid foundation of two key mathematical concepts: number sense and vocabulary. Native Numbers goes beyond simple counting and number identification, providing a rich, meaningful learning experience for children.
What it teaches and how it works
Native Numbers builds on each skill set. Children cannot progress to the next level unless they achieve mastery within a particular level. The skills are: Number Representations: Identify the numbers 1-9 as continuous quantities (rods), discrete quantities (sets of animals), and symbols (numerals) Number Relations: Answer questions about number relationships using a variety of visual representations and vocabulary (greater/less, bigger/smaller, heavier/lighter, etc.) Ordering: Arrange numbers in order from small to big and big to small Counting: Use numbers to put a set of objects in order (ordinal numbers) and to determine how many objects are in a set (cardinal numbers) Demonstrate Mastery: Apply concepts from previous activities to novel, untrained examples Children interact with rods in the early stages, and progress as they meet criteria.
Why your kid won't be able to put it down
Children will enjoy learning about numbers in a deep, rich level, and this is made easier with a nicely designed app with bright colors and a simple, easy to follow flow.
|appoLearning Report Card||
|Features specific educational objectives|
|Fosters critical thinking|
|Adapts to kids' skill level|
|Intellectually stimulating for children|
|Instructions are clear and simple|
|Well-suited to age group|
|Assesses progress and proficiency|
|Parents and teachers can assess progress|
|Features and Design|
|Unique in its concept, design and approach|
|Engaging design and repeatable content|
|Excellent value for price|
|Doesn't require additional in-app spending|
|Safety and Privacy|
|Doesn't expose kids to external services or advertisers|
|Doesn't ask for personal data|
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