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  • Summary: “The people in my neighborhood are all excited about this new mobile app to help children develop their Math Skills.” - BOB McGRATH, Chidren’s Educational Television“Counting Together”, with its Dinosaur theme and jaw dropping 3-D graphics and audio, provides“The people in my neighborhood are all excited about this new mobile app to help children develop their Math Skills.” - BOB McGRATH, Chidren’s Educational Television“Counting Together”, with its Dinosaur theme and jaw dropping 3-D graphics and audio, provides hours of fun to play alone or with up to 4 PLAYERS.Not only is the famous TV personality, Bob McGrath, enthusiastic about “Counting Together”, so are schools, parents, educators, special needs experts, and most importantly, children.“Counting Together” is a fun filled game that teaches children two basic math skills, ADDITION and SUBITIZING. WHAT IS “SUBITIZING”? It is the ability to recognize a certain number of objects without counting. For example, you may look at a table and instantly see 4 chairs surrounding the table. But a child may need to count the chairs using their fingers. “Counting Together” helps children develop this crucial skill so they too can look at the table and instantly see 4 chairs.“Counting Together” fills the need for a fun method of reinforcement for today's tech-savvy school child. As the child plays the game, the app itself reinforces the correct answer both visually with a number and with sound effects.  • "Students coming into kindergarten should hold the skill of subitizing up to five objects.” - MICHELLE FLAMING, Elementary mathematics consultant for ESSDACK. • "Subitizing is a fundamental skill in the development of students' understanding of numbers" – ARTHUR J. BAROODY, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (early childhood and elementary mathematics education) at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign• “Counting Together" is all business when it comes to teaching visual counting math skills, but the kids will never know it.” - BOB McGRATH, Chidren’s Educational Television“Counting Together” is available FREE or as a PLUS version. FREE• Up to 2 Players• LEVEL 1 Difficulty• LEARN mode - Play alone or with a group and take your time• PLAY mode - Play alone or with a group against the clock. The better the group does, the faster the clock• PLAYER SOUNDS: 2 per playerPLUS (adds many features including the following):• Up to 4 Players• LEVEL 1, 2, and 3 Difficulty. The game increases or decreases in difficulty and speed during play depending on the player’s performance.• COMPETE mode - First correct answer gets the point• PLAYER SOUNDS - 10 per player• MEASURE PERFORMANCE - Tracking and Emailing• GAME CENTER• REMOTE PLAYING (Coming Soon!) Expand
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