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Learn digits and numbers 0-30 by tracing, listening and counting.
Print, D'Nealian manuscript and cursive fonts. Upper and lower case letters, simple words, joined-up writing for cursive Read more in this app.
Digits and numbers tracing game that keeps children engaged and practicing through gamification of this boring task. The game includes 15 levels, each emphasizing various aspects of writing: accuracy, smoothness, speed of writing. We first teach children how to draw each digit with dynamic instructions and then we teach them to combine digits into larger numbers The writing accuracy, smoothness and speed are evaluated and children receive feedback.
Fifteen levels of a game for of tracing digits and numbers. The game presents dynamic instructions for writing digits, direction of writing numbers. Checking accuracy, smoothness and speed of tracing and giving kids feedback. Children listen to the digits names in US English. Each number is accompanied by a picture with the corresponding number of items, so that children count the items and correlate the counted number to the name and way of writing.
Menu - logic and math
Single player and multiplayer
Easy logic riddles
Challenging logic riddles
Sum math riddles
Multiplication math riddles
Mixed (+/*) math riddles