Children Learn Counting Seconds in Human Heroes Counting Fun, New To The App Store and Google Play
Featuring the iconic actor, writer, and comedian Stephen Fry as the unmistakable Albert Einstein
By: Kalamtech LTD
Young mathematicians in-the-making begin their marvelous adventure by learning all about counting seconds, timings and patterns from a 3D, interactive (and dancing!) Albert Einstein, who acts as their personal tutor, helping them when they struggle, and cracking the odd funny joke or two along the way. Children hold their finger on-screen and count along to Einstein as they inflate different coloured balloons, learning that pumping a balloon for too long (represented visually by a pressure gage-themed timer) will cause it to pop! Subsequently, not pumping a balloon long enough will send it flailing in the air!
The game has been designed in conjunction with education specialists and implements scaffolding teaching techniques throughout, meaning children only progress to a new question once they've fully understood the current question. The game also covers a UK National Curriculum Key Stage subject area in counting seconds.
Human Heroes Counting Fun is a completely free app with no in-app purchases, no subscriptions or signups and can be played offline, with no internet or Wi-Fi connectivity required for the ultimate learning experience. This title is a bitesize introduction to the Human Heroes universe, with the full Einstein experience covering relativity, rhythms, pendulums, gravity, Einstein's fascinating life and so much more found in Human Heroes Einstein On Time, available on the App Store and Google Play today!
KalamTech's next hero of history, Leonardo da Vinci, is the studio's next flagship title coming in 2020.
Human Heroes Counting Fun is available to download FOR FREE from the App Store: https://apps.apple.com/