Motion Math Blog

Motion Math profiled in WSJ Tech Blog

by on October 27, 2010

Today the Wall Street Journal Tech Blog profiles Motion Math, delving into our design philosophy and future plans.

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Improving the Children’s Apps ecology

by on October 25, 2010

Daniel Donahoo (one of the core contributors to’s GeekDad) blogs today surveying the landscape of children’s apps. He identifies development trends and a few standout educational apps.

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MM wins Editor’s Choice Award for Excellence in Design from CTR!

by on October 5, 2010
CTR Editor's Choice

Children’s Technology Review has awarded Motion Math the Editor’s Choice Award for Excellence in Design in their October 2010 issue, giving us 4.5 stars! Warren Buckleitner, CTR’s editor, writes, “[Motion Math’s] ‘virtual manipulative’ technique can bridge the concrete and abstract…you move your way toward a better understanding of numerical relationships, one bounce at a time.”

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Bug fixed! Saturn awaits…

by on October 4, 2010

You can now get all the way to level 24 (past Saturn) in Motion Math…that is, if you know your fractions!

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Fixing a bug

by on October 1, 2010

Thanks to our customers that have told us about the bug that crashes the game after level 3. We’ve submitted a fix; look for an update in the coming days that’ll let you play all the way to level 24.

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Motion Math now live on the App Store!

by on September 28, 2010

After months of research and coding, three total graphic redesigns, and dozens of exhilarating user-tests in homes and schools, Motion Math – the learning game that makes math physical – is here! You can download the game at!

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Motion Math: Finalist for the Innovations in Mobile Learning Prize

by on September 10, 2010

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.

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