Motion Math: Hungry Fish is a fun addition and subtraction game for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The game features a fish who eats numbers plus instant addition – touch two numbers together and they instantly add. There’s 18 levels of challenge (for 4-year-olds to adults) and bonuses that let you customize your fish with new colors and fins. Click to learn more.
Motion Math Zoom (for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch) features the most interactive number line of all time. The intuitive pinch gesture on iDevices allows kids to navigate among concrete objects (animals) that represent abstract numbers: from dinosaurs in the thousands to amoebas in the thousandths. Click to learn more.
Developed at the Stanford School of Education, Motion Math was inspired by research into embodied cognition, the idea that connecting one’s body to abstract concepts can deepen understanding. Fun gameplay, tilt controls reinforce learners’ physical connection to content, enabling direct interaction with math. The first efficacy study of iPad learning games found: students who played Motion Math improved test scores by 15% and math attitudes by 10%.Click to learn more.
We were very honored earlier this summer to be selected as a Finalist for the Innovations in Mobile Learning Prize, awarded for the first time this year by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop.