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A brand new math app for kids shows them that learning multiplication skills can be fun.
(PRWEB) September 02, 2014
The creators of Reading Eggs, the multi-award winning learn to read program for kids, has launched its brand new educational math app for iPad, iPhone and Android.
Suitable for children aged 5-10, Eggy Times Tables features highly interactive activities and vibrant animations to teach young children essential multiplication skills.
With over 30 years of experience, the educational publishers of Reading Eggs and other popular kids learning websites such as Mathseeds, have developed the new Eggy Times Tables app to include a range of fun and entertaining game elements, providing a unique and motivating way for children to learn and practice their math skills.
The app builds and reinforces multiplication skills using 5 highly interactive games. Children throw multiplication pies at Grandpa, complete a multiplication grid, stop the spider from getting the bugs, connect bees to their matching flowers and help Prince Ali return to his palace.
Each activity has 2 or 3 difficulty levels to complete so that children can improve and keep making progress.
The app features colorful visuals, catchy music, fun sound effects, and a collection of exciting 'Mashies' rewards to keep children motivated while they learn.
Eggy Times Tables is available to download on the Apple App Store or on Google Play. To learn more about Eggy Times Tables, please visit http://readingeggs.com.au/apps/eggy-times-tables/
About Reading Eggs
Developed by educators with over 30 years of experience, Reading Eggs online lessons instruct children in the five areas crucial to literacy development phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency and comprehension. Reading Eggs focuses on a core reading curriculum of skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success and is suitable for children aged 3 through 13. There are currently 1.4 million children using the Reading Eggs program in the United States.
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