The Visual Spatial activities include home learning activities that teach children how to recognize shapes and draw them. Some of the visuospatial home learning math activities are:
The numerical tasks include activities focusing on recognizing quantities and numbers and putting them in order. Some of the numerical activities are:
The app is an inclusive math app that is completely language free, making it accessible to children with language difficulties, for example children with special educational needs and learning disabilities (deaf/hearing impaired children, with language disorders, dyslexia, dyscalculia, on the autism spectrum) or kids who learn math in a second language.
The training tasks are targeting the cognitive development, which is especially beneficial for children with special educational needs who need more training on cognitive skills (down syndrome, etc.). Moreover, studies have shown that neurotypical children with standard needs also greatly benefit from the math app. Preschoolers who used the app improved significantly on cognitive, visual-spatial, and basic mathematical skills and performed better than children who did not use the app.
The visual design is extremely focused, without distraction on the screen and low sentiment. This makes it easier for kids to focus and stay attentive, especially if they have AD(H)D, are on the autism spectrum etc.
Magrid is the best math app if you want to build your child foundations in math and logical thinking and give them confidence in math. The early years of a child’s life are the most formative years and what children learn in those years has a great impact on their future academical performances.
Our math app is built to develop children’s cognitive skills and visuospatial skills in early years to provide strong foundations in math, through visually engaging home learning math activities.
The children can use the app independently, allowing parents to go about their own tasks while the child is doing the home learning math activities.
Coming soon: The app is evolving. Soon we will launch an additional feature to our math app for home learning: a dashboard to allow parents to follow their children’s progress and performance over time on different competencies and skills. The dashboard provides parents with a general and specific overview of the development of their kids.