Kid’s Academy Introduces Free Kid’s Singapore Math App

This post is written on behalf of Kid’s Academy.

Do you have a 3-7 year old who is learning math? Does your child need help understanding math or improving their math skills? We love the iPhone and Android apps from Kid’s Academy, and I’m so happy to announce the addition (yes, pun intended!) of the Singapore Math App to the Kid’s Academy family.

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Kids Academy Releases #1 Math Games: Singapore Math App for Android and Updates iOS Version of Math Games App for Kids in Preschool & Kindergarten!

Kids Academy is a well-known mobile app developer working in the sphere of children’s early education. The team combines all the expertise, creativity and truly remarkable skills to develop a wide range of best educational games and fun worksheets for kids.

The great news is that the team just released the long-awaited update #1 Math Games: Singapore Maths App for Kids in Preschool & Kindergarten – iOS version of the app.

itunes kidsThis best math app for kids in preschool and kindergarten offers a great variety of fun educational games for kids. Children will get a fantastic chance to:

• train their brains
• enhance their attention and concentration
• improve their cognitive skills
• learn to follow instructions

While playing the fun math games, little mathematicians will grasp their numbers, addition and subtraction facts in a fun and enjoyable way. Kids will trace numbers, master their geometric shapes, practice skip counting and acquire other useful skills too. The cool math games by Kids Academy are based on the famous Singapore Math method. They help children visualize math problems and solve them in a simple way.

You can find a number of best educational apps for children by Kids Academy featured in the Family section of the Android store in the USA, Australia and Canada. This featuring is a reliable indicator of high quality and value of the fun educational games created by this team.

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Get all of the Kids Academy favorites on Android!

NEWLY RELEASED

We have more terrific news from Kids Academy. Available mid-May 2016 is the long-awaited Android version of their cool #1 Math Games: Singapore Maths App.

I recently installed this app on my phone for my 6 year old to try while waiting at the doctor’s office. The free trial allowed her to test the app without committing to a purchase, but we love the app so much we are opting for a monthly subscription. The Singapore Math method puts math into terms that are super easy for kids to understand, and I love that Common Core is included since it’s what our schools teach. With over 400 games, activities, and videos, the learning can continue for hours. There are over 500 worksheets that can also be printed for free to continue learning. The games and activities are divided into age levels, so this app is great for pre-k through early elementary school and will grow with the child. My daughter is loving the app, and I love that it keeps her entertained while improving math skills!

This app has it all! It boasts hundreds of new cool math games, videos and interactive surprises. Your kid is sure to love the new innovative system of motivation and rewards, lively music, colorful graphics and amusing animation. Parents will be happy too – while kids play the new fun math games, they will not need any assistance from grown-up.

FREE PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS

But that’s not all. You can also try out the impressive collection of free printable worksheets and educational games on Kids Academy website. View a great variety of pre-school and kindergarten worksheets by topic and choose the perfect printables for your little learners. Download and print out the fun worksheets and give your kid a wonderful head start on math, writing, reading and other useful skills.

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Click here to check out the Free cute worksheets for learning kids.

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Jenn is from Upstate, SC, and loves that she gets to work from home to be with her two little girls. Jenn has been happily married to her very own Superman, Ben, for over a decade, and spends her time reading, writing short stories, doing freelance work and blogging, crafting, riding motorcycles, watching Clemson football, and enjoying life with her family.

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  1. David
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    Kid’s need to learn to use their heads instead of their cell phones to solve math problems.

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