Built by an engineer mom to help her daughters understand and enjoy math, infinut Math Kindergarten provides 30 lessons with 600 interactive game-like exercises that teach math concepts to kids.
infinut Math lessons gradually increase in difficulty and are aligned to Common Core Math. Manipulatives are simulated on the touch-screen, to connect math to everyday things. Step-by-step audio and visual feedback is integrated into every game, to gently guide kids learning. Parents and teachers say: “Kids literally beg to play”. Our pilot research showed more than a year’s gain in learning (Cohen’s d:1.24, p<.001) in just 3 months.
1. Create individual student profiles to track each kids' progress separately. No purchases are allowed from a student profile.
2. Play lessons in increasing order of difficulty or assign lessons out of order to kids.
3. Set a pin for safe play for kids. The pin prevents kids from switching back to parent profile.
K Math Lessons:
1. Puzzles : Build spatial foundation and have fun learning shapes.
2. More Amount : Develop quantitative thinking by comparing two quantities.
3. Numbers 0 to 3: Count discrete items by moving apples and tape measure on the screen.
4. Numbers 0 to 5 : Match and relate numbers to quantities.
5. Patterns : Use logical thinking to determine the missing shape.
6. Most Amount : Compare three quantities with discrete amounts.
7. Add to 5 : Move cupcakes or blocks to show addition.
8. Commutative + : Tactile exercises teach the Commutative Property of Addition.
9. Mental + to 5 : Use gummy bears and number lines to practice math.
10. Multi-op + : Build upon simple math sums by adding 3 numbers.
11. Fewer Amount : Develop quantitative thinking as foundation for learning subtraction.
12. Subtract to 5 : Remove object from box to subtract. Understand subtraction as taking-away.
13. Mental (-) to 5 : Practice subtracting numbers up to 5 using gummy bears and cubes.
14. Numbers 6 to 9 : Build upon previous lessons by counting up to 9.
15. 0 or 1 More to 9 : Fill the treasure box and then add on by 0 or 1 to learn addition.
16. 2 More to 9 : Count forward beginning from a given number building number sense.
17. Add to 9 (a) : Ramp up addition operations by playing with treasures, party hats, cubes.
18. Add to 9 (b) : Become sophisticated at addition by adding desserts and using a number line.
19. Fewest Amount : Compare three quantities with discrete amounts, liquids, lengths, and weights.
20. 0 or 1 Less to 9 : Practice subtraction by taking away 0 or 1 from a given number.
21. 2 Less to 9 : Use rolls, burgers as manupulatives to practice the concept of taking away.
22. Sub to 9 (a) : Increase fluency in subtraction operations by subtracting by 3, 4, or 5.
23. Sub to 9 (b) : Elevate subtraction skills by subtracting food items and math cubes.
24. Numbers 10 to 13 : Throw soccer balls into a net, pop bubbles, and plant flowers.
25. Numbers 14 to 17: Pop bubbles underwater, and sequence numbers.
26. Numbers 18 to 20 : Understand discrete quantities and navigate number mazes.
27. Make 10 : Play with monster party hats, and fill ice cream cones to get to 10.
28. Tens & Ones : Construct representation of numbers using base-10 cubes and houses.
29. Money : Play a shopping game to buy toys using coins in 1 and 10 denomination.
30. Time : Sequence events and showing hours on a clock.