Game-based learning keeps kids motivated to learn, with exciting visuals while improving STEM skills!
– Keep kids motivated and engaged
– Improve visual attention, timing, coordination and control
– Track progress and monitor growth with reporting option
– Accessible to children with diverse learning needs
The turtles have decided to take over the underwater Aqua world. The fearless Octoremus has decided to fight back!! Emphasizes visual attention, timing, and learning cause-and-effect.
A forest fire is raging , can you save the forest? Use Zumo Turtle to put of the fires with your rescue
helicopter and save the forest! Emphasizes visual attention, timing, and learning cause-and-effect.
Help Zyro races through the sky, collecting stars and power-ups that give him special powers. Helps children with visual attention, timing, and learning cause-and-effect.
Tommy the Turtle – Learn to Code helps children learn the basics of coding. With an accessible interface, kids of all ages and abilities can use commands, sequences, and loops to make Tommy the Turtle move, dance, and sing on-screen. In challenge mode, children can test their coding abilities by solving the Tommy the Turtle challenges with his friends. Curriculum resources available at http://codingwithtommy.com
Learning to code helps children develop problem solving and computational thinking skills.
OctoPlus covers the following Operations & Algebraic Thinking Math Topics: Add numbers to 10; Add in any order; Make a number.
OctoMinus covers the following Operations & Algebraic Thinking Math Topics: Subtract within 5; Represent subtraction with equations.
ZyroMath City Count covers the following Counting and Cardinality Math Topics: Count to 100 by ones and by tens; Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence; Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger
Color recognition is an important step in cognitive development for children. It plays a part in object recognition, and helps a child develop descriptive language skills that will ensure clear communication.
Gigi loves her Zumo Turtle! Find out why in Her Zumo Story and see why Zumo is her best friend. Provides a basic introduction to Zumo through a read-along tale.
Take a magical trip to the zoo where children learn to count the animals too! Counting Zoo reinforces counting skills 1 through 10 by introducing young readers through an interactive read-along story.
What animals can the Name Game spell with the letters of your name? The Name Game leverages several Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities to help children discover animals from all over the world through the spelling of their name.
In Animal Alphabet – Learn about the science of animals while combining early reading skill through the ABCs. C is for CHEETAH, the fastest land animal to be seen. With my long legs, I was built to be a speed machine. (Coming Soon)
In Shape Explorer – the Gigglies are here to show us the way. They make us giggle and help us play. As they introduce each shape, be sure to shout. Make sure to name them as you point them out! (Coming Soon)
In Robot Play, learn about the amazing world of robots. Robots are amazing. They do all kinds of stuff. Robots build things in factories that for people is quite tough. (Coming Soon)
In Money Count, learn about the different ways to count money. There is money, money everywhere. Money for counting. Money to share. (Coming Soon)