I am happy to partner with Zap Zap Math again!
I covered Zapzapmath previously and received positive feedback from my readers, so I’m thrilled to be covering their newest math offering just in time for summer. I usually do some sort of math curriculum with my kids to prevent summer slide. This summer, I’d suggest Zapzapmath Home, a math program with over 20 free games for grades Kindergarten through 6th grade. If your kids find that they want more, there is also a paid version.
We are giving away SEVEN Zapzapmath Home memberships. To enter, please fill out the Rafflecopter at the bottom.
Zapzapmath Home is organized by grade with one App per grade from Kindergarten through 6th grade. Each app is free to download and has a couple of free and fun games that teach common core math but also let kids freely explore other levels to revise past topics or explore new topics before they are covered in school.
Zapzapmath also comes in multiple languages including English, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, and Malay.
The games in the series are:
In this app, kids learn counting to 20, use numbers to represent number of objects, addition and subtraction, measurable attributes, and shapes.
Using this app, children will learn to apply different strategies for addition and subtraction, understand place value, measure and compare lengths, tell time to half hours, and understand shapes and their attributes.
This app lets children work with addition in a way that would help them understand multiplication, get to know place values up to hundreds, measure and estimate lengths, work with time and money, and reason with shapes and their attributes.
Children can use this app to learn about multiplication and division, the relationship between place values and arithmetic, fractions, measurement problems involving time, liquid volume, and mass, area and perimeter, and reason with shapes and their attributes.
This app helps players understand the concept of factor pairs, figure out number patterns, relate place value with multiplication and division, round numbers, find equivalent fractions, understand decimal notation for fractions, represent and interpret data, understand and measure angles, draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by their lines and angles.
Players can use this app to learn about writing and interpreting numerical expressions, solve math problems with decimals to hundredths, know how to multiply and divide fractions, convert between measurement units, understand volume and relate volume to multiplication and addition, graph points on the coordinate plane, and classify 2D figures based on their properties.
This app helps players learn about ratios, dividing fractions by fractions, finding the greatest common factor, understanding the concept of rational numbers, solving equations and inequalities, solving problems involving area, surface area and volume, and understand statistic variability and distributions.
What makes Zapzapmath different from the myriad of other math game apps out there is that is personalized to your child, adapting to their learning. It’s also fun. Each topic is experienced through math games and animated lessons so learning feels like play. Let’s face it. Kids like video games. It’s hard to keep them off screens. I don’t mind if this is a way for them to learn math concepts and practice math facts.
If you find that Zapzapmath Home is working with your kids, there is also a membership version that unlocks 100+ more games. New content is added every three months so kids keep playing and learning. You can use a home membership for multiple kids as a home membership can be shared across all profiles under the same account.
Prevent summer slide with Zapzapmath Home by making math fun. It’s available on iOS & Android.
Zapzapmath Home GIVEAWAY to 7 Winners!
We are giving away SEVEN Zapzapmath Home memberships. To enter, please fill out the Rafflecopter below.
p.s. Zapzapmath has 744, 5 star ratings on google play Featuring K-6 Math games. It was voted as Best Startup in RISE, Asia’s largest Tech Conference, by a prestigious panelist including Google Ventures.