California based developer, BrightStart today announces Pre-K Letters and Numbers 1.1, their interactive learning system with real time reporting for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Pre-K Letters and Numbers is the first of a series of applications aimed at young children who are just setting out to build a foundation of language and numeracy, develop fine motor skills, understand phonics and build their vocabulary with the bonus of blending common letters and counting.
Bent Castle Software announces the release of an iPad app version of the classic tabletop card game, Numbers League. Numbers League 1.0 for iOS engages kids in the challenge of ridding Infinity City of pesky villains, and in the process, hones their incredible mathematical superpowers. Players assemble a team of heroes and use ingenious devices, along with their own math skills, to capture villains. Up to 4 players can play Numbers League on a single iPad making it a great family game.
Dr. Gary Brown today introduces Autism/DTT Numbers 1.0, his Discrete Trial Training app for iOS devices. Finding the right therapy for a child with autism can be overwhelming. Autism/DTT Numbers helps your child learn the numbers and to learn to count. DTT is the primary teaching method used in Applied Behavior Analysis to teach numerous skills to children with autism, attention deficit disorder, or attention deficit hyperactive disorder, or to any child who has trouble staying on task.
Independent developer Nigel Green today introduces TeachMe Numbers 1 for iPad. The first App in a series of 3, TeachMe Numbers 1 is aimed generally at 1-3 year olds, and teaches the child numbers 1 through 10 using multiple techniques which cover the 3 stages of number learning: Recognition, Sequence and Quantity. Sound Effects and Audio in English are also included to help the child to learn their first numbers.
North Carolina based Staytoooned today introduces iTouchiLearn Numbers 1.0, their newest educational game for Apple’s iPad. iTouchiLearn Numbers is a perfect blend of learning and fun. Interactive animated games and music engage, motivate and focus kids. Game activities teach core Kindergarten math competencies. Patterned activity sequences help LD kids. Verbal directions and modeling aid students with speech difficulties. This app is a well researched learning tool that kids love to play.
Meritum Soft today introduces Reiner Knizia’s Yoku-Gami 1.1 for iOS, their new puzzle game where players select combinations of adjacent numbers in a grid. The goal is to highlight two or more numbers such that the highest number in the group equals the sum total of all the other numbers. Created by legendary game designer Dr. Reiner Knizia, author of more than 500 games including Lord of the Rings, Ingenious, and Monumental, Yoku-Gami offers three playing modes and countless hours of gameplay.
Dot Next today announce Magnetic Alphabet 1.0, the iPad edition of the classic magnetic board game. Magnetic Alphabet contains 95 different pieces in 6 colors, for a total of 570 magnets to be placed freely on the board. It’s a real stimulus for imagination and creativity of our children, without the stress of having to learn features and rules typical of more complex games. It’s an ideal tool to help preschool age children become familiar with letters and numbers.