Lola's Math Train - Fun with Numbers, Counting, Addition, Subtraction and More!

Developer: BeiZ

Current Version: 1.6.3

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 53.5 MB - Download

Description:

Join Lola on her journey! Specifically designed for children 3-7 years old, Lola’s Math Train encourages children to learn key skills like adding, subtracting and puzzle solving all while having fun!

What do professionals say about Lola’s Math Train?
WIRED: “I really like math", my six-year-old announced, Geekmom, Melissa Wiley
Famigo says: "5 stars! Cool"
It’s jeanette.com: ”By far the best app you could let your children between the ages of 3-6 play with.”
iMore.com: “Not only fun for your child, but also very educational”
The iPhone Mom: “Lola’s Math Train is another quality app from BeiZ and I have to say Lola’s friends are absolutely adorable.”

Key Features:
o Nineteen exciting mathematics games with Lola Panda™
o Various levels to choose from
o Easy-to-use game design
o Advancing difficulty as children’s skills improve

Try also our other Lola Panda™ OS X Games:

o Lola’s ABC Party
o I Spy with Lola (Editors Choice Award 2013)
o Lola’s Alphabet Train
o Lola’s Beach Puzzle
o Lola's Fruit Shop Sudoku


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Release Notes:

The incompatibility with OS X El Capitan has solved in this version. Please note that we recommend Mac OS 10.7, or later.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.0
Review by BGeezy12

Cute. Seems nice. Needs some bug fixing - This game seems cute and entertaining enough for the kiddo. There is one weird bug. We were looking at the "easy" level. The voiceover is supposed to ask "which one is number... four" or something like that. However, the program plays the "four" part before it has finished the "which one is number…" part. It comes out like "which one is $#%@#^" where "four" and "number" are spoken over each other. This is fine for me, because I can read the text and I know what I'm supposed to choose. It's not good for my little girl, who needs to clearly HEAR the instruction. My guess is this is a really simple fix. Otherwise, I think I like this.

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