Submit your math teaching ideas and win great prizes in the Zorbit’s Math Adventure Teaching Ideas Contest!
If you’re a parent of a preschool aged child, you know that learning math isn’t easy. First learners tend to do best by being shown how things work visually and put into situations they can understand. I know with my 3 year old, it’s much easier for me to use gold fish to teach her to count than just by saying it! Best Boy Entertainment understands this which is why they’ve created Zorbit’s Math Adventure, an interactive app for children ages 3-5 to learn and have fun with math! The app will be available in mid-August on all IOS systems.
While everyone is awaiting the release of the new app, Zorbit’s Math Adventure is celebrating the creativity of parents by hosting the Teaching Ideas Contest. Share how you teach and engage your kiddos in math and be entered to win great prizes!! Check out the details below.
To Enter – Head to Zorbit’s Math Adventure on Facebook HERE and Share a creative way parents can help children 3-5 years old learn any of the following math skills:
- Identifying shapes
- Recognizing colors
- Comparing amounts (more than, less than)
You could win a $100 gift card just for entering!! 3 winners will be chosen by random for the $100 gift cards. PLUS once your idea is submitted, the top 3 with the most votes at the end of the voting period will win one of three big prizes including a $200 gift card, an iPad mini and an iPad!
Zorbit’s Math Adventure is looking for inventive concepts, handmade tools, use of objects around the home like scarves, different objects kids can count (maybe like helping Mom set the table, etc…) to be incorperated in your submitted ideas.
Deadline for entering the Zorbit Home Learning Ideas Contest is Monday, July 29, 2013
Be sure to follow Zorbit’s Math Adventure on Facebook, Twitter and Pintrest to stay up to date on new happenings!
Now this is something that I as a homeschooling mom can sink my teeth into. This sounds like a great idea. I will have to put my thinking cap on and see what I can come up with!