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Endless Numbers is a numeracy learning app from award-winning entertaining educational app developer, Originator. Made for children ages five years and younger, the Endless Numbers app is free to download, but features in-app purchases after the first five numbers are explored. Endless Numbers is safe for kids and well worth the price.

About Endless Numbers
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Education
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yes
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Everyone

What is Endless Numbers?

Endless Numbers is a numeracy learning app from award-winning entertaining educational app developer, Originator. Animated creatures and numbers engage children, while short animations provide context and meaning for individual numbers.

 

Made for children ages five years and younger, the Endless Numbers app is free to download, but features in-app purchases after the first five numbers are explored. Prices range from $6.99 for a numbers starter pack to $14.99 for the entire package.

 

Set up like a carnival, Endless Numbers allows children to spin a ferris wheel to select a number.

 

Upon tapping the chosen number users will see a string of numbers leading up to their selected number prompting them to count in a sequence by ones, tens, elevens, etc. The numbers are then jumbled-up like a puzzle and children need to slide each number into the proper sequential space.

 

While the child is dragging each number, the number sound is repeated over and over until put into the correct sequential space.

 

After being shown a number sequence in Endless Numbers, children are then served a mathematical problem equaling their number. Using the number 52, children may see 47 + 5 appear on the screen.

 

Again, the numbers are jumbled and children must slide them into place. After the numbers are correctly placed a voice narrates the problem, “forty-seven plus five equals fifty-two”.

 

Each number in Endless Numbers is given life-like features, sporting eyes that signify the number of tens and the number of ones that make up the number, and children are prompted to tap each number if double digit, to watch what it’s made up of.

 

For example, the number 52 would have five eyes in the first number, signifying that the five is made up of five tens, which are then counted off when tapped and then the number two would have two eyes, illustrating that it’s made up of two ones.

 

After dissecting the given number several ways, an animation appears on the screen to provide context for the number in a situation.

Is Endless Numbers safe for my kids?

Parents should know that the Endless Numbers app is free to download and try the first five numbers, 1-5, but users must pay for additional numbers afterwards to proceed.

Parents who are unsure whether their children will really engage with the app can purchase a numbers starter pack for $6.99 or go all in and purchase the entire 100 numbers for $14.99.

Those parents opting to continue after purchasing a starter pack can opt to pay an additional $11.99 to unlock the remaining numbers.

While the app may seem pricey at the outset, both children and parents will be delighted once they see how much the app has to offer.

The combination of number recognition practice, sequences and numerical patterns with cute animations and colorful creatures keeps children engaged and building numeracy skills.

It’s clear that Endless Numbers app developers have put a lot of work into the interactive sequences, equation puzzles and animated numbers, all of which provide enriching context and meaning for burgeoning mathematicians. Endless Numbers is safe for kids and well worth the price.

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