Math is one of the most important subjects in our children’s education. From the time they enter school and for the rest of their school career, math will always play an essential role in their success. Not only does math help in school, but also when it comes to solving problems in everyday life. So why not find an activity that will make our young children want to learn math and enjoy it.
Introducing the new UMIGO! UMIGO – You Make It Go, are “appisodes” of activities designed to create an enjoyable math learning experience for our early elementary aged kids. By combining the basic fundamentals of math and fun problem solving activities, your child will be able to develop skills that will help them excel and keep them interested in the learning process. My five and six year old have been going on UMIGO recently and they love it. They effortlessly learn problems they didn’t know when the past school year ended.
So this summer, keep your children learning while having fun during their vacation by introducing them to UMIGO. Not only is this a great alternative to just playing non-educational games on the devices they are often on already, but this is also a great way to help them learn how to solve problems and develop reasoning skills above their grade levels. Summer of UMIGO will begin on National Summer Learning Day, June 19, 2015.
UMIGO is funded in part by a US Department of Education Ready to Learn grant awarded to WTTW Chicago Public Media and it’s content is set to the Common Core Standards for Mathematics for first and second graders.
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This is a sponsored post on behalf of UMIGO. All opinions are my own.