The Math Arrow from Sproglit
Offers Fun and Function for Kids
How Does the Math Arrow Work?
The Math Arrow is a learning tool that makes the relationship between numbers more intuitive, friendlier and easier for kids. It aligns numbers in a parallel zigzag design that allows children to detect patterns in the relationship of the numbers.
Here are some of the Math Arrow’s educational features:
The zigzag pattern creates nodes for numbers that are divisible by 5 and 10
Odd numbers are designated by triangles, except for numbers divisible by 5, which are displayed as pentagons
Even numbers are displayed as quadrilaterals or circles
Combining each number horizontally across from each other adds up to 100
On the left hemisphere of the Math Arrow, each number has a vertical correspondent that adds up to 50
On the right hemisphere of the Math Arrow, each number has a vertical correspondent that adds up to 150
The zigzag pattern creates a unique shape with triangles, squares and rectangles, allowing users to apply geometrical formuli such as the area of shapes and the calculation of angles
Sproglit games use the Math Arrow to teach counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, geometry and more… and the journey has just begun. We are currently developing new, fun and exciting educational games to share with teachers and families everywhere, so stay tuned!