Up to 100, The New Educational App By Marbotic Helps Children Discover…

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Up to 100 accessible now for iPad and Android

Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) Feb 20, 2015

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

Inspired by a Montessori process and grown with schoolteachers, Up to 100 is a witty approach to learn a judgment of apportion with tens and units and acquire visible and heard approval of numbers.

Children can play in dual opposite activities with numbers from 0 to 100:

  • know a ten- and one- places
  • find a array in a array of digits
  • commend numbers combined out
  • commend a diction of numbers
  • manipulate quantities with a set of beads

In any activity, there are 3 modes accessible (free, plea 1, plea 2) that capacitate children to play in opposite turn of difficulties.

This app is designed for children from 4 to 7 years aged and is already accessible in 9 languages! Older children can learn to commend numbers in a unfamiliar language.

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

A dedicated chronicle for Android tablets is also accessible around Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marbotic.jusquacenthl=en_EN.

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

About Marbotic

Marbotic – formed in Bordeaux, France – is a outcome of a double passion for pedagogy and technology. The association creates and develops educational apps for children desirous by Montessori pedagogy. It focuses on running children towards autonomy. This preparation claims that a child’s healthy oddity is clever adequate to beam him or her to rise believe and sensitivity. Moreover, a association believes that blending digital interfaces and normal toys leads to absolute training experiences. Marbotic combined a initial wooden intelligent toy, 10 digits, that correlate with tablets.

For some-more information, greatfully visit: http://www.marbotic.fr/en

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