Math learning apps series launched

3/7/2013 12:00:00 AM
Slate Science, an educational technology company offering STEM education products for tablets, today launched SlateMath, a series of educational apps the company will bring to market during 2013. SlateMath can be downloaded for free in multiple languages and is immediately available in Apple’s App Store.

The company's first launched product – SlateMath K-1 – teaches children seven kindergarten and first grade math fundamentals: Counting, Writing Digits, Addition, Comparison and Order, Parity, Patterns, and Problem Solving. These topics are learned through a progression of 30 activities, each designed to endow a well-defined mathematical concept, skill, or insight.
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