SAN DIEGO -- Sproglit, LLC, developer of the revolutionary Math Arrow learning system and the Kyle Counts app for children, is announcing a contest for teachers to show how they use the Math Arrow in their classroom.
FunTosses away old, boring methods of teaching math, and instead sends your child on a quest with fun characters and a new, intuitive learning method. Kids are quick to pick up tablets and smartphones – now they can pick up math skills in the process.
EasyUses the patent pending Sproglit Math Arrow, which can be used by children of all ages and even adults. Whether a toddler is learning to count to 20, or a teenager is learning to calculate the area and hypotenuse of a triangle while studying for the SAT, the Sproglit Math Arrow delivers unique and intuitive lessons.
InnovativeTo learn math, people have deployed all sorts of tools, from the abacus to times tables to slide rules to calculators and computers. The Math Arrow, developed by economist/educator Todd Buchholz and found only in Sproglit games, is one of the most innovative and effective tools ever introduced into the classroom. Introduce it into your child’s life.