Maths with Pipo is an educational game designed through one main purpose: learn and have fun at the same time.
The games aim to let the children learn throw play, promoting creativity, logic and deductive reasoning. This makes the children think they are just playing and having fun trying to solve them, but from a pedagogical and educational point of view, each game works on a specific skill providing fundamental learning concepts.
The games treat the most important and basic maths concepts throw creativity and entertaining.
All of them have been designed for psychology professionals with the collaboration of teachers and specialists in each area.
The maths games are always displayed in a simple, clear and stimulating way, trying to catch the children´s interest. In general, these concepts are not always represented in an attractive way.
However, these maths games try to break with this and offer fun contents to develop the incredible capacity that children have for learning.
Maths with Pipo or Mathematics with Pipo is aimed to children from 3 to 7 years old. However, many of the games can be played at earlier ages as 2 years old, and other ones, at the highest levels, might be challenging for children older than 7 years old and even for adults.
The learning objectives are varied including learn and practice: numerical series, basic maths operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), measuring, logic and deductive reasoning, memory, spatial organization, geometry and applied mathematic.
The main concept of the maths games is let the children interact with the computer as if it was a toy, without pressure of time because they can interrupt the game when they want and leave it at any time. Like that they can get used to work, explore and of course, operate with the computer, a universal instrument that they definitely will have to learn to use.
The maths game offers the possibility of playing in three languages: English, Spanish and Catalan. Therefore the game is a useful instrument and gives the chance for learning languages even being focused on Maths, which is definitely interesting.
All the games have various levels of difficulty to adapt the concepts, extending the range of ages to play and making the game more complete and rich in contents. You can choose you level at any time in any game. Once you have succeeded, the program asks you to change for the next level or you prefer to stay at the same level.
The maths game counts how many hits and mistakes you make, only with the purpose of motivate and incentive the child. You should note that they are not important and significant to the children. It is just as an additional challenge for them.
In all the games you can press the help button on the green question mark. It links you to the
http://school-e.co.uk -good revision of maths-
This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)