Kids Can Play and Learn Math with the Zapzapmath App + Giveaway

By Shannon Gurnee
In App Review
November 17, 2017
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This is a partnered post with Zapzapmath.

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In our family, we have 6 kids and 2 adults … and lots of apps!!! As a mom and social media specialist, I love to use apps on a regular basis. Our kids also love to use apps, but especially love those apps that are both fun for them to play and educational. I recently discovered Zap Zap Kindergarten Math and shared about it on Redhead Mom. It’s a great game that is both fun and educational for kids! Well guess what? From the makers of Zap Zap Kindergarten Math comes Zapzapmath and it’s just as fun … and educational. Ok and let’s not forget a very important part of it – it’s FREE!!

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Zapzapmath is designed for kids ages 5 to 12 years old and has been on the market for two years. Recently, they’ve rolled out a long list of enhancements, in-game improvements, even more variety of features and never seen before game additions – woo hoo! You can play the game either on your computer (using Chromebooks is what we use) via their online site or download the app through the App Store or Google Play Store.

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Zapzapmath Unveils Range of Brand New Features

Zapzapmath has grown since its launch in 2015 to being the gamified math ecosystem it is today. It has over 180 math games spanning 900 difficulty levels. Plus, it presents young learners with a universe of math games aligned to the Common Core State Standards, so they cover math topics with each game.

Zapzapmath has been featured in 200 countries in Apple’s “New Apps We Love” list and “Notable education apps” list, ranked in the top 10 of the education category in 58 countries, including the US and China. It is available on the App Store and Google Play for mobile device users. Chromebook users and other users on web browsers can enjoy Zapzapmath on its recently launched web version.

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Login System

New and returning users are first introduced to the new and improved login system, designed for clarity and simplicity for young players. Usernames are generated based on the players’ first name and last name (initial) in compliance with privacy laws. Passwords are based on simple words for ease of memory. As a returning user, I found it super easy to log in and set up an account for our kids (each having a different username and password).

Web Browser Version

Brought to you by popular demand, Zapzapmath is now available on the web! No matter if you’re on a desktop or a Chromebook, access Zapzapmath online via http://play.zapzapmath.com/ today!

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Multiplayer Mode

Zapzapmath is best played with company! Experience Zapzapmath in multiplayer and challenge a fellow player today!  Use the coins you earn to customize your multiplayer avatar. I don’t know about you, but I’m always on the lookout for games that have the ability for multiple players and love that Zapzapmath features this.

Adaptive Learning with Percentile Scoring

At Zapzapmath, they believe in meeting their players where they are.  That’s why their games are now integrated with an adaptive learning feature. The games increase and decrease in difficulty according to the mastery level of the player. Players of varying levels of skill are supported in acquiring new math skills according to their learning needs.

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Improved web dashboard

Learning is nothing without growth.  Get detailed math skills reports on your player’s progress by the day and week.  Sign up on the Zapzapmath.com website as a parent or a teacher and monitor your players’ progress and identify areas where they may need extra guidance.

Enhanced user interface

We’ve reinvented our user interface for maximum user friendliness.  Explore a diverse range of math challenges across different planets with new designs and graphics for a better gaming experience.

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Pretest and Posttest

A feature specially available for students and teachers. Gauge your math skill level before you start playing. Measure how much you’ve improved after you do. Compare your before and after results and monitor your growth.

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Download and Play for Free

Access over 20 games from Grade K to 6, for free. Unlock a galaxy of gamified math content that will be certain to improve your child or student math skills for $9.99 per year, per grade!

Multilingual

English (US) or Spanish

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Find Zapzapmath Online

Play Zapzapmath on Chromebooks or on the web

Download Zapzapmath for Apple / iOS devices

Download Zapzapmath for Android devices

Find math inspiration on Facebook

Watch tutorials to get you started with Zapzapmath

Learn more about Zapzapmath

Zapzapmath is definitely a lot of fun to play and educational as well. I’m so glad we discovered this app that our kids enjoy playing! I can’t wait to see what Zapzapmath has up next! Be sure to check it out for yourself.

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GIVEAWAY

3 lucky winners will each receive a 1-year premium subscription to Zapzapmath!!!

What do you like about the Zapzapmath App?

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly “The Mommy-Files”, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

15 Responses to “Kids Can Play and Learn Math with the Zapzapmath App + Giveaway”

  1. Erika W. says:

    I like that there are so many games and at some many different levels. My son is working on multiplication now and we’re always looking for new games to make it more enjoyable.

  2. Erika C. says:

    I love that they have different grade levels and that you can multiple players. We have been recently searching for an app like this.

  3. Kari says:

    I love how they make it so fun and appealing to kids! They WANT to do math!!

  4. Sharon says:

    We homeschool, and I’m always looking for new apps to use as part of our curriculum. This looks like it would be great for various age groups and learning styles. Anything that makes math fun is a winner in my book.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  5. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I would like this to help my son with math. Math is hard for him. He loves to play his games on his Ipad so this would be a good way for him to have fun and learn.

  6. Sara M says:

    I like that it makes learning math fun.

  7. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    Like how they make it fun to learn.

  8. Faythe M.A says:

    I like that it teaches math in a fun and entertaining way.

  9. Michelle Donovan says:

    I like how fun this would be for my daughter. Playing games and learning at the same time. win win!

  10. Emory Brooks says:

    I like that they learn while they play games, I think my kids would love something like this.

  11. Tammie Venne says:

    I like that it gives kids something fun to challenge them

  12. Leela says:

    You have access over 20 games from Grade K to 6, for free.

  13. Emily R. says:

    I like that it makes math fun. My son could practice math at home & have fun too.

  14. Stephanie Liske says:

    I like that it helps kids learn, with fun.

  15. Laurie Emerson says:

    I like that it makes learning math so much fun that they do not even realize that they are learning.

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