This post and giveaway are sponsored by Zapzapmath. Any opinions are 100% my own.
Back in July, I introduced you to Zap Zap Kindergarten Math, a fun learning math app for kids ages 3-6. My twins have been enjoying the math games, even more so after starting preschool and wanting to learn ALL the things. I was shocked the first time they came home and picked up a pencil to work on their name instead of playing with toys. A good shocked. They’ll be turning five very soon and can jump into the Zapzapmath universe of math games to help with number recognition, counting, and more!
Zapzapmath Universe of Math Games
Zapzapmath launched in 2015 and is designed for ages 5-12. With over 180 math games spanning 900 difficulty levels, you quickly see why it’s a universe of math games. Another thing you’ll see are lots of new features and never before seen game additions to enhance the learning fun. The first being that Zapzapmath is now available on the web!
Desktop or Chromebook, kids can access the web browser version of Zapzapmath at play.zapzapmath.com with free access to over 20 games from Grade K to 6! You can also unlock a galaxy of gamified math content to improve your child or student’s math skills for $9.99 per year, per grade.
New Zapzapmath Game Features
I think kids are going to love the new multiplayer mode on Zapzapmath the most. Games are often more fun when played with others and now you can challenge fellow players in the games to earn coins that can be used to customize your multiplayer avatar. Kids will also enjoy the enhanced user interface for maximum user-friendliness while playing. Plus, new planet designs and graphics offer a better gaming experience while exploring diverse ranges of math challenges.
New Zapzapmath Enhancements
There are a couple new Zapzapmath enhancements that parents are going to cheer for. First, the new and improved login system designed for clarity and simplicity of young players. In compliance with privacy laws, usernames are generated based on the players’ first name and last initial and passwords are based on simple words for ease of memory.
Second, they’ve integrated games with an adaptive learning and percentile scoring that increases and decreases the difficulty according to mastery levels of each player. No matter what level of skill they are supported in their learning needs.
Parents and teachers can also get detailed math skills reports with the improved web dashboard. Easily monitor their growth by the day or week when you sign up on the Zapzapmath.com website as a parent or a teacher. This helps in identifying areas where the child or student may need a little extra help. Speaking of teachers and students, the Pretest and Posttest features are now available! A great way to gauge your math skill level before you start playing on Zapzapmath, and also measure improvement after.
Need help getting started with Zapzapmath? Check out their YouTube channel for tutorials.
Thanks to Zapzapmath, three Mom on the Side readers are going to WIN a 1-Year Zapzapmath Premium Subscription!
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