Endless Numbers is an educational math app for preschool-aged children.
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Story & Themes
Endless Numbers stars a cast of cuddly monsters riding a rotating Ferris wheel of numbers. By selecting one of the wheel's cars, players will be introduced to the corresponding number, first by counting up to that number and then by participating in an equation. Players aren't asked to solve the equations themselves but are instead familiarized with the relationships between the numbers as well as the basic concept of addition and multiplication. The app also provides a visual represntation of the value of each number by the amount of eyes each monster has. For example, the number four monster has four eyes on it, and ten has one eye with eyelashes to represent the equivalent of ten. Players can tap each eye to count out the total value of each number which can help to solidify comprehension for younger kids. After each activity, players are rewarded with a short movie that relates to the number they were practicing.
The app is very easy for kids to use and navigate. It includes buttons for replaying certain directions or animations if players ever miss something or are confused.
Consumerism The game is free to download, but rather pricey if players want every number between one and a hundred, amounting to $11.99 in total.
- Can you solve any of the equations without the game telling you the answer? Does it get more difficult over a certain value, like ten or twenty?
- Which activity is your favorite? Why?