Award-winning Park Math teaches early math concepts based on Common Core State Standards. Learn numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, sorting, patterns and more through 7 fun, educational activities. 3 levels for Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade: count up to 20, 50 and 100; addition/subtraction with numbers up to 5, 10 and 20. AWARDS: Parents’ Choice Silver Award; iLounge Best Kids’ App of the Year; Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Award. AGES: 2-6.
- 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
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
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Ratings and Reviews
Awesome value for 2.5 yr old!
This is the first digital game my 2.5 year-old daughter played and she enjoyed it for almost two hours after we played it together for 30 minutes. There's a lot of learning fun for a free game and it does a good job introducing early math concepts along with color identification. There are different areas of math concepts and different difficulty levels so if your child is proficient in one area but needs practice in another, the difficulty level can be adjusted for each concept area. Awesome and educational app! Thank you!
I Love this app
It’s a great app for kids who like math
Love this app!
I LOVE the apps from Duck, duck moose they are easy to use beautiful and educational. This is a great app! There are activities for lots of core math principles - counting, addition, subtraction, patterns etc. I love that there are three levels of difficulty so my 3yo and my 6yo can both play with this app on their individual level. The pattern game totally rocks and the addition and subtraction games are wonderful. Can't say enough good things about this app! It's such a great way to introduce and reinforce basic math concepts!
I would love to see this app expanded to have a better introductory division game (the mice on the teeter totter is just okay and there's not much difference in the difficulty levels) I'd also like to see better sorting (the biggest to smallest game is also just okay) and I'd like to see some shapes, same/different, and measuring to complete the core math curriculum.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.