This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zyrobotics for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
ZyroMath is an early learning math game, focusing on counting, for young children and user-friendly and accessible for children with disabilities.
In this fun and interactive running game users can learn to count to 100 by ones and tens while also working on hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills by utilizing a one-touch input. Skills increase through three levels and focus on standards like counting on from any given number.
Kids will guide their robot Zyro through the city collecting stars "power-ups" for special powers. They can use their math points for characters and prizes in the math store.
The reporting option allows for parents and teachers/therapists to monitor progress and it stores information for multiple users.
There are numerous ways this app is made accessible to children of all abilities:
- Switch accessible for children who use an external switch
- Graphics and music adjustable for sensory issues
- Customized settings with options to remove obstacles and reduce game speed for children of all skill levels and abilities to enjoy
- Linked to math standards to help reinforce IEP goals
Another bonus about this app: No in-app purchases or advertisements!
The app (only .99) can be found on both iTunes and Google Play.
You can view a demo of the app here:
ZyroMath was developed by Zyrobotics, LLC - an inclusive technology company. Their mission is to enable freedom through technology by developing products that are adaptive to each individual's capabilities. For children's products they focus on accessible play.