Froggy Phonics Helps Kids Learn Letter Sounds While Having Fun “I think this is a great game for pre-K through at least first grade. Second graders may still enjoy it, but probably have enough reading experience not to need the repetition of the game. I could see advanced first and second graders getting bored with… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: January 2014
“Two new ed-tech products that have launched in the last couple of weeks, Wandoo and Epic!, are taking different approaches to this issue, aiming to make reading, especially, more fun and engaging for kids. Wandoo, out January 21st, is made by Evanced, a company that started out selling software to libraries, including products that helped them… Read more »
“Evanced Solutions, a library software developer, announces today the release of the beta version of its kid-powered interest genome project, Wandoo Planet. The company is seeking children, parents, educators and librarians to beta test the online platform, which will be available this spring as a free app, and provide their feedback. The software allows children ages 6-14 to… Read more »
“Evanced Solutions launches beta version of world’s first kid-powered interest genome project New software platform empowers children ages 6-14 to discover their keenest interests and find relevant books and movies they are most likely to enjoy. Evanced Solutions, a library software developer, announces today the release of the beta version of the world’s first kid-powered interest… Read more »
“Welcome to Numeria! A whimsical world where math skills are put to the test. Play against Zill the alien, Digby the dragon, and other crazy characters. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to beat others in this Connect Four-style game. From simple counting to division, different game skill levels let kids four and up compete… Read more »
“I taught first grade for three years and second grade for two before being moved to sixth. There are times when I miss the little ones, and playing Froggy Phonics with my son was a reminder of the systematic approach to teaching reading.”
“In the whimsical world of Numeria, boys and girls ages four and up can customize difficulty levels to compete against the computer, peers and adults on a level playing field. Using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for problems presented as fact families or equations, players practice strategic gameplay and leveled math concepts to build numeracy… Read more »
“Wandoo Planet is a new project that is in beta testing stages right now to help build an app that is kid-powered genome project. The way this works is kids (6-14 yrs old) will play a interest-finding game that will help them choose movies and books through their personalized recommendation engine. Also, the more the… Read more »
Evanced Solutions launches beta version of world’s first kid-powered interest genome project. Read on . . .
“Evanced Solutions launches beta version of world’s first kid-powered interest genome project.” New software platform empowers children ages 6-14 to discover their keenest interests and find relevant books and movies they are most likely to enjoy . . .
“You Just Have To Check Out “Wandoo Planet”…..The World’s First Kid-Powered Interest Genome Project!” “A few weeks ago I was very excited to receive an email about a new software platform that empowers children to discover their interests and find relevant books and movies they are most likely to enjoy. I must admit that… Read more »
Evanced Solutions launches beta version of world’s first kid-powered interest genome project . . .
Thank you Pat Hensley of Successful Teaching for three great review of our games: “This is a great way to help students self-correct. I think this would be a great app for young students to work with.” (Froggy Phonics) “I think this would be great to use as a reward for students who complete… Read more »
“That’s Baloney! is an iPad app designed to engage elementary school students in fun games about science, language arts, math, and social studies facts. The app has levels appropriate for students in grades two through six. The concept behind the games is a simple one; a statement is shown to the student and he or she… Read more »
A local special education teacher, Angie Cullin, writes about using mobile games, like Evanced apps, with her students. “An effective educational game is one that caters to a player’s interests first. For example, Evanced Games, a company that designs mobile games as a playground for kids to do something fun with the knowledge they acquire, provides… Read more »