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TeachMe: Kindergarten

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Well-constructed app for practicing early math and spelling.

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age 4+

Based on 9 parent reviews

age 5+

Please android

Please get this on the Google play device! I'm begging you.... All my kids have android tablets and my iPhone is being taken away from me because they love this app.... And I love it too..
age 5+
Hello! I can also suggest a math educational game that learns 4 - 6 years old kids to count up to 100 in 20 minutes. This app is: aMath Numbers Eng You can see example in You Tube: It combines visual and audio representation of numbers in a gaming manner and a professional actor voices each number. My 7 years old child who doesn't speak English learned to count up to 100 in English in 20 minutes as well (2 times x 10 minutes). There is a free version as well: aMath Numbers Eng Free Leonid.

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Our review:
Parents say (9 ):
Kids say (1 ):

TEACH ME: KINDERGARTEN does a great job of drilling kids on early math and spelling lessons -- and making them fun at the same time. Math problems are done especially well, allowing kids to manipulate a number of objects onscreen to see how a math problem works in literal terms (for example, "2 + 2" may be accompanied by two balls, and the child can pull two more balls out of a nearby bucket to then count all four together). Click-and-drag controls make playing easy for young ones. And the reward system gives nice incentive for continued use. The use of stickers as rewards shows that the people who created this app really know what 4 and 5-year-olds like.

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