Our pre-school daughter played Arctic Math in the car on our vacation. When we got into the elevator at our hotel, she was able to find the button for our floor on her own.
Columbia, S.C. (PRWEB) July 14, 2012
Children can quickly learn counting numbers from one to 100 with Arctic Math, a new game for the iPad and iPhone from 52apps. Early learners move numbered blocks of ice from one conveyor belt to another to correctly complete number sequences.
ABOUT ARCTIC MATH
- For children pre-school through grade two
- Teaches numbers 1 to 100, in forward and reverse order
- Engaging animation, sounds and interactivity
- Makes learning numbers fun
- Easy enough for pre-school children to play without adult assistance
- Environment encourages learning, even for early learners with short attention spans
- Available now on iTunes
- Price: $.99
See a video at http://youtu.be/fdmljHCZsFE
"Our pre-school daughter played Arctic Math in the car on our vacation. When we got into the elevator at our hotel, she was able to find the button for our floor on her own." - Carol, mother of Arctic Math player
"Everything in the game - the look, the sounds, the animation and the interactivity - is geared toward the young child, who will really enjoy playing it and benefit from it, too." - Brendan Lee, co-founder and lead developer, 52apps
Every week, 52apps turns an idea from the public into an iPhone or iPad app and launches it. 52apps - based in Columbia, S.C. - developed a proprietary framework to create, test and launch high-quality apps quickly. The company hosts "App Idea Days" as public forums where anyone can submit ideas. 52Apps shares revenue from apps with the idea generators. The company's apps have received as many as 500,000 downloads. For more information, visit http://www.52apps.com. Connect with 52 apps on Facebook and follow the company on Twitter: @52appsTeam.
App reviewers: Need a code for a free evaluation copy? Contact Jani Spede (see below).
Jani Spede Public Relations