New "Electric Company" and "Wild Kratts" Math and Science Apps
Posted on 12 Feb 2013
New Electric Company and Wild Kratts math and science apps for 4-8 year-olds rock! The new free Electric Company app for the iPad allows kids to complete wacky challenges, counting races, silly brainstorms, math questions and more as part of the 1st and 2nd grade math and literacy curricula. The Wild Kratts iPhone and iPod touch science-focused app enables kids to explore special creature powers as they learn. With the Electric Company app, children will use their math and literacy skills to help Marcus and Jessica escape from Prankster Planet and get back to earth!
Key features include:
- Collaborative play
- Digital board game
- Hours of unrepeated fast-paced games, physical challenges, and group activities
- Play as your favorite Electric Company member
Educational goals, which are part of 1st and 2nd grade math and literacy curricula, include:
- Addition and subtraction
- Data analysis and graphing
- Telling time
- Coin value and recognition
- And more!
In Wild Kratts Creature Power app, kids follow the ever-adventurous Kratt brothers, Chris and Martin, as they dive into the world of animals with three new interactive animal adventures. Intended for children ages 4-8, the science-focused app enables kids to explore special creature powers as they pollinate flowers, bathe elephants and feed a family of raccoons.
Produced by the Kratt Brothers Company, Wild Kratts Creature Power includes three lively, immersive games that are each focused on a specific science concept. Children can collect stickers and take a picture in a Creature Power Suit as they earn high scores and learn that animals can take them anywhere in science.
The Wild Kratts Creature Power App is available for $2.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or the Apple Store online.
Play, watch and learn with the Wild Kratts online here.
Play, watch and learn with The Electric Company online here.
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