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UMIGO – You Make It Go | Fun Math for Kids
For years, two out of three of my children have needed a little extra help in math. One child is a math whiz but the other two struggle at times. Although all three kids get ‘A's' in math, for two kids, they need to keep their skills sharp and we do that with apps/websites that make math fun.
Our youngest child has struggled in school for a while. She is a good student and she tries hard but she needs a little extra help from time to time. Umigo gives her that help in a super fun way that keeps her asking again and again to watch another “appisode.” Anything that helps my child in a way that she truly enjoys and it makes learning fun is a total win in my book.
I want my daughter to be a lifelong learner, a critical thinker and a problem solver. Umigo helps her with that!
UMIGO – You Make It Go – is a fun, vibrant world of adventure that uses the building blocks of math to engage early elementary age kids in narrative-driven “appisodes.”
- Helps children develop the math skills they need for effective reasoning and problem solving.
- Offers FREE downloadable at-home activities engage families and educators in the child's development of math and reasoning skills and are designed to make learning easy and fun.
- Has educational content is aligned with the Common Core Standards for Mathematics for first and second grades.
- Is funded in part by a US Department of Education Ready to Learn grant awarded to WTTW Chicago Public Media.
UMIGO AND NATIONAL SUMMER LEARNING DAY
UMIGO kicks off the Summer of UMIGO on National Summer Learning Day, Friday, June 19, in an effort to help combat the “summer slide.” In partnership with the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA), UMIGO will bring its narrative-based appisodes, interactive games, activities, and educational resources to more than 70 communities around the country. You can find a location close to you by looking on the NSLA’s interactive map at SummerLearningDayMap.org.
OUT THOUGHTS ON UMIGO
I am thrilled with Umigo. As the mother of three, I have tried workbooks, apps, computer games and so much more to keep my kids interested in math. Umigo makes it easy for kids to learn the math concepts that they need to know and use on a daily basis. But they make it fun, engaging and they have adorable characters who my daughter wants to see again and again. She asks for Umigo by name.
WATCH THE UMIGO PIZZA PARTY FRACTIONS VIDEO
Want to see for yourself how much fun Umigo can be for your child? Check out this adorable video. I liked watching it as much as she did.
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