You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
My Number Line

This App is designed for children aged 2+ and optimised for retina display

This App is designed for children aged 2+ and optimised for retina display

My Number Line

by RECAP Limited
My Number Line
My Number Line
My Number Line

What is it about?

This App is designed for children aged 2+ and optimised for retina display. Working through the four challenges is a fun way to learn about adding and taking away using a 1 โ€“ 10 number line:

My Number Line

App Details

Version
2.2
Rating
NA
Size
32Mb
Genre
Education Educational
Last updated
September 20, 2016
Release date
April 23, 2012
More info

App Screenshots

My Number Line screenshot-0
My Number Line screenshot-1
My Number Line screenshot-2
My Number Line screenshot-3
My Number Line screenshot-4

App Store Description

This App is designed for children aged 2+ and optimised for retina display. Working through the four challenges is a fun way to learn about adding and taking away using a 1 โ€“ 10 number line:

Challenge 1 - To count on, starting at the number 0.

Challenge 2 - To count on, starting at a given number in a random range. For example, from number 3 count on 2.

Challenge 3 - To count back, starting at the number 10.

Challenge 4 - To count back, starting at a given number in a random range. For example, from number 7 count back 3.

The App is intuitive to use - tap to select the target number in response to the prompt. After initial learning with an adult, children can then progress to independent learning.

Change the App settings to vary the level of difficulty and tailor the challenges to the child's current stage of learning. At the easier level the add/take away range is always set to 1 and is best for younger children. The medium level this is set to either 2 or 3 and at the harder level set to either 4 or 5.

Set an auto-correct function, personalise the App with a child's name, share snapshots or send them as an attachment via email.

A parent gate is incorporated for access to email and the Internet.