Kids Discover a Math Universe with ZapZapMath Home

By Shannon Gurnee
In App Review
July 12, 2018
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This is a partnered post with ZapZapMath Home.

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Our kids love to use technology, especially playing games. As a mom, I want them to have fun, but I also want them to learn while they’re having fun! The best way I learned how to do math as a kid was when it was fun. Back in November of 2017, I shared about ZapZapMath, but since then, they’ve launched a new range of products for the home called ZapZapMath Home

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Introducing ZapZapMath Home

Learning math is easy and fun with ZapZapMath Home. Kids enjoy hours of educational games and videos designed to change the way your elementary school learner thinks about learning common core math. You’ll find the perfect app for your child’s level, yet freely explore other levels to revise past topics or explore new topics before they are covered in school.

ZapZapMath Home consists of 7-Apps, one for each grade from K-6. I love that you can choose which grade your child can use! Each app is FREE to download and comes with a couple of free games.

The Games in the Series are:

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Kindergarten Math: Kids Games

In this app, kids learn counting to 20, use numbers to represent number of objects, addition and subtraction, measurable attributes, and shapes.

iOS | Android

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Grade 1 Math: Fun Kids Games

Using this app, children will learn to apply different strategies for addition and subtraction, understand place value, measure and compare lengths, tell time to half hours, and understand shapes and their attributes.

iOS | Android

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Grade 2 Math: Fun Kids Games

This app lets children work with addition in a way that would help them understand multiplication, get to know place values up to hundreds, measure and estimate lengths, work with time and money, and reason with shapes and their attributes.

iOS | Android

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Grade 3 Math: Fun Kids Games

Children can use this app to learn about multiplication and division, the relationship between place values and arithmetic, fractions, measurement problems involving time, liquid volume, and mass, area and perimeter, and reason with shapes and their attributes.

iOS | Android

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Grade 4 Math: Fun Kids Games

This app helps players understand the concept of factor pairs, figure out number patterns, relate place value with multiplication and division, round numbers, find equivalent fractions, understand decimal notation for fractions, represent and interpret data, understand and measure angles, draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by their lines and angles.

iOS | Android

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Grade 5 Math: Fun Kids Games

Players can use this app to learn about writing and interpreting numerical expressions, solve math problems with decimals to hundredths, know how to multiply and divide fractions, convert between measurement units, understand volume and relate volume to multiplication and addition, graph points on the coordinate plane, and classify 2D figures based on their properties.

iOS | Android

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Grade 6 Math: Fun Kids Games

This app helps players learn about ratios, dividing fractions by fractions, finding the greatest common factor, understanding the concept of rational numbers, solving equations and inequalities, solving problems involving area, surface area and volume, and understand statistic variability and distributions.

iOS | Android

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Get a personalized learning experience built on adaptive learning. Each topic is experienced through entertaining math games and animated lessons, so children can learn while having fun. Start making learning fun today!

Features

FUN & EDUCATIONAL MATH GAMES

  • Enjoy a wide range of games that teach common core and state standard math skills
  • Game-based learning (GBL) that turns math practice into games
  • Games for every topic, K-6,bundled neatly into 7 different App
  • Math topics are divided into areas for Training, Accuracy, Speed and Mission

 

CITY BUILDING & MATH ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Use math skills to create a city!
  • Build more to play more and learn more

 

BONUS CONTENT

  • Educational cartoons help explain math concepts
  • Create a customized avatar for your young scholar
  • Reward system incentivizes learning

 

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MULTIPLE LEARNERS, MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS

  • Create up to 3 unique profiles for different users
  • Try the other apps in the ZapZapMath Home suite – available for grades K through 6

 

ZAPZAPMATH HOME ALL ACCESS PASS

  • Unlock all 1st grade math games with your All Access Pass
  • Your All Access Pass unlocks all content for ZapZapMath Home grades K through 6 too!

ZapZapMath Home is brought to you by ZapZapMath, a trusted name in educational games. Make math fun with ZapZapMath Home! Download now and watch their young minds grow. Available on iOS & Android

What do you like about ZapZapMath Home?

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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.

11 Responses to “Kids Discover a Math Universe with ZapZapMath Home”

  1. Stacie says:

    This is pure genius! The problem with math is that it gets so boring. ZapZap looks like the perfect way to make it interesting and get kids excited about it.

  2. Colleen says:

    ZapZap looks like a real winner. Kids today are all about their technologies and games. I think this harnesses that and really puts it to good use.

  3. robin rue says:

    My youngest struggles with math. I totally need to get ZapZap for him!

  4. I love seeing products that make learning fun. I’ve always felt people learn better when they enjoy what they’re doing and they don’t even realize they’re learning.

  5. Jeanine says:

    Wow this sounds awesome. Learning has been anything but fun in our house lately. So this would be amazing for my kiddos.

  6. Amy says:

    My 8 year old could use some math practice. When apps make it fun, that is when she gets engaged.

  7. When it comes to the kids, the more fun it is, the more they’ll learn! I think this app is so awesome and cool and I’m pretty sure they’re going to adore it!

  8. These look really fun! Such a great way to get kids interested about math.

  9. Dogvills says:

    So cool! Kids today are so lucky to have all these fun learning tools. My kids are a bit older now so I will have to share this info on ZapZap Math with my friends at work and to my cousins too.

  10. Peter says:

    I could so use this for my kids. Somehow they think that math is unimportant. That’s when I tell them to go try to bake something. Practical math. This would be perfect for them and would keep my kitchen a whole lot cleaner

  11. How wonderful. A game that is valuable education as well. Amazing. I think this is such a brilliant game

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