# Park Math - by Duck Duck Moose 4+

• Free

## Description

Park Math takes kids on a mathematical adventure! Through fun activities, kids will be engaged in counting, addition, subtraction, sorting, patterns, and more!

Award-winning Park Math teaches early math concepts based on Common Core State Standards. Learn numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, sorting and patterns and more through 7 fun, educational activities. AGES: 2-6.

OVERVVIEW
3 Levels for Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade
- Level 1: Count up to 20; addition/subtraction with numbers up to 5
- Level 2: Count up to 50; addition/subtraction with numbers up to 10
- Level 3: Count up to 100; addition/subtraction with numbers up to 20

CATEGORY: Curriculum

ACTIVITIES
- NUMBERS: Count up to 50 as a rabbit swings
- COUNTING: Feed a hippo the correct number of food items
- ADDITION: Learn how to add by helping ducks climb to the top of a slide
- SUBTRACTION: Learn how to subtract as apples fall from a tree
- GREATER THAN/LESS THAN: Balance a seesaw by adding and subtracting mice
- PATTERNS: Complete the pattern in the sandbox with the correct toy
- SORTING: Order the dogs from small to large or place numbers into sequence

AWARDS
- Parents’ Choice Silver Award - Parents’ Choice Foundation
- iLounge Best Kids’ App of the Year
- Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Award

TIPS FOR PARENTS
There are 2 ways to navigate to different activities:
1) Swipe Blue Bear to make him skate forward or backward
2) Touch the kite and select an activity

COMMON CORE STANDARDS: K.CC.1, K.CC.6, K.OA.1, K.OA.2, K.OA.5, K.MD.2, K.MD.3, 1.OA.1, 1.OA.6

(A wholly-owned subsidiary of Khan Academy)
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## What’s New

Version 2.2.2

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## Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Momoftwotoddlers ,

### Good ap

This is a good ap, and worth the money(\$0.99). I really wish they had thought through a couple things: like others said, they should repeat the instructions if you make a mistake; on the duck level, it talks about the ducks climbing UP to make the correct number. But when you press the correct number instead of the duck or ducks climbing up to show the correct amount, the duck slides down and they all disappear, so the child never sees the correct amount. Same with the apples: the child guesses the correct number to fall off the tree, but the app doesn't show the apples falling to show the child the correct amount on the tree. Please consider fixing these small things! With these fixes it would certainly be a five star app.

Cher K. ,

### Bright, Fun, and Full of activities!

First off this game is so colorful and fun looking I knew it would be a hit with my 3 year old. There is so much to do in this app that I don’t even know where to start! Each little game has an activity within it that is educational but so much fun my sons doesn’t even realize he is learning! Some of the games he does guess at since he doesn’t understand counting too well yet, but I do think the game is helping him and he is only 3 years old. To navigate to a different game you just tap on the bear and he skates to another random game or you can click on the kite to choose a particular game or level. Each activity does say what you need to do like “Feed the hippo 5 green apples” but if you miss that there is no way to hear it again which I wish there was a way to repeat the instructions because I think it would help my son if he kept hearing the instructions. Now he just comes to me and points or just keep tapping or dragging items. Overall though the game is very cute and engaging. The illustrations are nice and kid-friendly and the background music is fun. I can see kids getting bored maybe with some of the activities after awhile, but there are so many to choose from that they can easily move onto the next. My son plays Park Math all the time and has yet to grow bored of it!

GulfCoastMom ,

### Park Math

Another terrific offering from Duck Duck Moose! My 3.5 year old has loved his other apps for almost a year now and this is a great addition to the set. The multiple games cover a wide range of abilities from basic counting to sorting, patterns and basic addition and subtraction. It's perfect as sometimes he just wants to enjoy the funny animation and count with the swinging bunny or feed the hippo. Still, it offers enough challenges with the other games, without being frustrating. Having the additional level is another great way to extend this program. While it is certainly more advanced than Fish School and more directive than Itsy Bitsy Spider or Old McDonald, it still features the same terrific animation, head and shoulders above so many of the shabby looking kids apps out there. I can tell this will see us through many a boring trip to the store or long airplane ride. My only request would be for an iPad version! (I didn't think I saw one?)

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