Count on me! – More than just a fun maths game!

So, why should you choose Count on me! for your child?

Did you know that there are over 75,000 apps in the Education category on the iPad alone? Or that across the App Store and Google Play, there are over 500,000? Trying to sort through the mass of apps to find one that your children will actually learn from – and want to learn from  – is a real challenge. 

Many apps in the category are simply games to distract children, to without educational value, are trying to find an app that With such a range of educational apps on the market, finding one that is entertaining and keep children wanting to come back to practice maths can be hard.

Adding to that, finding one that efficiently builds knowledge, engage the children, and boost the learning outcomes can be even harder. That’s why we created Count on me! and developed a maths game for children that is fun yet delivers a boost in your children’s’ math knowledge.

By letting your child use Count on me! you can be sure that you have picked the app, out of the 460.000 available, that delivers what it is promising – increased skills, knowledge, and fluency of maths. And it’s fun too!

So, why should you choose Count on me! for your child?

Did you know that there are over 75,000 apps in the Education category on the iPad alone? Or that across the App Store and Google Play, there are over 500,000? Trying to sort through the mass of apps to find one that your children will actually learn from – and want to learn from  – is a real challenge. 

Many apps in the category are simply games to distract children, to without educational value, are trying to find an app that With such a range of educational apps on the market, finding one that is entertaining and keep children wanting to come back to practice maths can be hard.

Adding to that, finding one that efficiently builds knowledge, engage the children, and boost the learning outcomes can be even harder. That’s why we created Count on me! and developed a maths game for children that is fun yet delivers a boost in your children’s’ math knowledge.

By letting your child use Count on me! you can be sure that you have picked the app, out of the 460.000 available, that delivers what it is promising – increased skills, knowledge, and fluency of maths. And it’s fun too!

Only 15 minutes per day
15 minutes per day is it takes to teach life important math skills

Mathematics
Focusing on maths, the strongest predictor for later school success

Adaptive content
Learning content that adapts to every child’s individual knowledge

Game + science
Using game-embedded teaching to merge game design with learning

60% increased math knowledge

By combining the latest research within learning psychology and game design, Count on me! offers a unique game experience that delivers results. Research shows that children who use Count on me! increase their maths skills by 60%, compared to the children who did not train in the app.

By letting your child use Count on me! as a tool to learn maths, you are giving them the adventure of a lifetime and a knowledge of maths that they can keep on building upon as they progress both through the story in the game, nonetheless as the progress through their lives.

Adaptive content adjusted to fit children aged 6-9

The learning content in Count on me! is developed to fit children 6-9 years old and the maths skills that they are supposed to learn in school at that age. The maths assignments in Count on me! are adaptive, meaning that they adapt to the individual child and its level of knowledge and skill, making sure that the child practice what it needs and that the tasks are not too hard, neither to easy – but just perfectly adjusted and adapted.

While maths education in general and many maths apps focuses on just getting the numbers and answers right, Count on me! also focuses on increasing the children’s fluency within maths. It’s not just about getting the right answers, you should be able to do it repeatedly until it become a matter of course.  

No big chunks of screen time

We get what you might be thinking; “just another game that will add on to my child’s screen time”, but that might not be a case. Count on me! is based on CBT, one part of this is about repeatedly practice skills over a longer period, divided into smaller chunks of time.

One way that we have incorporated this into Count on me! is by letting every day of gameplay last for only 15 minutes. After that, your child – the Young Mathemagician – must rest, only to continue its adventure again the following day. This means that your child won’t spend hour after hour in front of the screen playing Count on me.

A fun maths adventure game

Many educational apps focus very hard on the teaching and learning. That is of course a very important aspect of educational apps, but let’s take a moment and think about what our children like doing, like playing video games. What makes games so popular? People who play games explore exciting and captivating stories, are faced with challenges they must overcome to progress, and get rewarded for doing so.

By creating learning moments that have embedded the game design, as in Count on me! by using game embedded teaching, not only will the children improve their knowledge and skill – they will enjoy the learning and their progress through the adventure in Numberia.

Safe for children to use

Count on me! is maths app designed to fit children between the ages of 6 to 9 years old. Your child can’t communicate with others via the app and the content is suitable for children in this age group. With the subscription, you get access to the full game and all its content. We will never add the possibilities for in-app purchases.

Count on me! does not collect any data that could be used to identify your child. 

Used both in schools and at home

The maths app Count on me! can be used with great results as an educational tool both in schools and at home. By using Count on me! as a complementary tool for learning maths, children deeply increase their numeracy, fluency, and general understanding of maths.

Getting a private tutor can cost you between £30-£60 per hour, depending on their experience, location, and success rate. With Count on me, you get great teaching for only £9.99 a month. That is some well saved money that keep your child entertained and educated as you get 15 minutes a day to focus on other things.