Tap N Tell Math
Tap N Tell Math
     Tap N Tell Math

App Description

TAP N TELL MATH introduces the first fundamental mathematical skills for 3-5 year olds. Children will learn to understand that NUMBERS 1 to 10 represent quantities and have cardinal properties. They will also develop automatic recall of basic math facts to simple equations in ADDITION (e.g., 1 + 1 = 2, 2 + 2 = 4, 5 + 1 = 6). When youngsters have the automatic recall of facts, they can quickly retrieve answers from memory without having to rely on counting procedures, such as counting on fingers.

One of the fundamental mathematical structure that children need to develop early on in life is that of a NUMBER SEQUENCE. Practice number sequencing in the learning games helps the youngsters build skills to identify the number PATTERN and fill the missing number to complete the sequence.

By integrating only two common geometric shapes (triangle and square), plus and equal signs repeatedly in the math games helps children recognize the operation of the early math.

Recognizing colors is an important skill. Tap N Tell Math contains ten colors for children to identify the colors of the ten birds. Tapping the colored square to paint the birds and recognizing numbers and quantities at the same time help develop an early mathematical foundation.

Tap-10 is a fun and interactive way for young children to practice their counting activity. The counting of visible 10 birds starting from number zero, and adding up by one up to ten helps children develop number sense and recognition of how numbers relate to each other.

Learning basic mathematical concepts and operation can be fun. Understanding numbers and quantity is the most vital math foundation as children progress to more complex math topics. To do well at math, it is important to enhance young children’s natural interest in mathematics and their disposition to use it and succeed in school and later in life.

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App Changes

April 16, 2013 Price Decrease: $3.99 -> $2.99
November 15, 2012 Initial Release
Publisher: Jeremy B. O'Brien