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Pocoyo Playset - Number Party

Pocoyo Playset Number Party is a fun and engagingeducational application which helps kids develop number sense through playing with the variety of games and activities included

Pocoyo Playset Number Party is a fun and engagingeducational application which helps kids develop number sense through playing with the variety of games and activities included

Pocoyo Playset - Number Party

by Zinkia Entertainment, S.A.
Pocoyo Playset - Number Party
Pocoyo Playset - Number Party
Pocoyo Playset - Number Party

What is it about?

Pocoyo Playset Number Party is a fun and engagingeducational application which helps kids develop number sense through playing with the variety of games and activities included.

Pocoyo Playset - Number Party

App Details

Version
1.8
Rating
NA
Size
134Mb
Genre
Education Family Educational
Last updated
October 8, 2016
Release date
July 1, 2016
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Pocoyo Playset Number Party is a fun and engagingeducational application which helps kids develop number sense through playing with the variety of games and activities included.

In this Playset, children will estimate and compare quantities to guide Pato in choosing the right road to deliver ice cream to a party before it melts. The estimation continues as children try to win party favors by subitizing to find the number of balloons flying overhead. All of this helps the children develop critical number sense (mathematical street smarts), which is an intuitive understanding of numbers, their magnitude, how they are affected by operations, and the mathematical language to describe this.

With the support of this unit children will:

• Identify what is mathematically plausible or impossible (e.g. One plus ten is a lot more than one; five plus three cannot equal one hundred).
• Subitize quantities by identify 1,2,3 or 4 dots without counting.
• Estimate and compare numbers of objects
• Explore, learn and use mathematical language related to number sense (a lot, a little, more, fewer, etc.).
• Build fluency in oral English

Enjoy watching your children learn and have fun!

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