Up to 100, The New Educational App By Marbotic Helps Children Discover The Numbers And Quantities From 0 To 100

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Created by Marbotic and featured on the App Store in more than 8 European countries, Up to 100 helps children learn numbers and discover the composition of numbers by completing challenges. Available now for iPad and Google tablets.

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Up to 100 available now for iPad and Android

Created by Marbotic and featured on the App Store in more than 8 European countries, Up to 100 helps children learn numbers and discover the composition of numbers by completing challenges. Available now for iPad and Google tablets.

Inspired by the Montessori method and developed with schoolteachers, Up to 100 is a playful way to learn the concept of quantity with tens and units and acquire visual and auditory recognition of numbers.

Children can play in two different activities with numbers from 0 to 100:

  • understand the ten- and one- places
  • find a number in a series of digits
  • recognize numbers written out
  • recognize the pronunciation of numbers
  • manipulate quantities with a set of beads

In each activity, there are three modes available (free, challenge 1, challenge 2) that enable children to play in different level of difficulties.

This app is designed for children from 4 to 7 years old and is already available in 9 languages! Older children can learn to recognize numbers in a foreign language.

The app can be downloaded for iPad from the App Store at a cost of $2.99: https://itunes.apple.com/app/up-to-100/id924408595

A dedicated version for Android tablets is also available via Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marbotic.jusquacent&hl=en_EN.

For other information or media inquires, contact us at contact(at)marbotic(dot)fr

About Marbotic
Marbotic - based in Bordeaux, France - is the result of a double passion for pedagogy and technology. The company creates and develops educational apps for children inspired by Montessori pedagogy. It focuses on guiding children towards autonomy. This education claims that the child’s natural curiosity is strong enough to guide him or her to develop knowledge and sensitivity. Moreover, the company believes that mixing digital interfaces and traditional toys leads to powerful learning experiences. Marbotic created the first wooden smart toy, 10 digits, that interact with tablets.

For more information, please visit: http://www.marbotic.fr/en

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