Yingele makes cool math games for kids. Yingele knows that embracing the joy of play is the first step in promoting the joy of learning. That’s why we create playful, original environments for kids to explore while they develop critical skills.
More and more parents are letting their young children play with their phones to entertain them. Our early-childhood ed apps address the need to provide quality educational materials that draw the child in and make learning fun.
Our flagship product, Counting Parrots, provides an engaging basic math learning experience for children ages 3-7. It teaches your child skills from counting to addition, assisted by our fun, colorful parrots. We designed it to be noncompetitive, leveraging only the child’s innate desire to learn and feel effective as skills are enhanced.
Counting Parrots is compatible with all devices. Our free version includes three games and features 1-10, while our paid version has all seven games and extends from 10-20 and has no in-app purchase requirements and no advertising.
Yingele’s approach is firmly rooted in the philosophy that creating a fun environment is the first step in sharing the joy of learning: thus, our motto, “Learn Through the Joy of Play.” All our products are based on the latest educational and psychological research on the acquisition and development of language and numerical skills.
Yingele founders Joseph Bloomshtein and Michael Becker bring years of experience creating dynamic early-childhood programming to our apps. Bloomshtein is a creator of Alfy, a website of e-learning games for young children, and he’s developed numerous educational games, including some for the Sesame Street workshop. Becker is a professor of linguistics at SUNY Stony Brook and earned his PhD from Harvard University
At Yingele, we strive to inspire the joy and fun of learning in young children, leveraging nothing more than their innate desire to enjoy the sense of mastery that comes from age-appropriate, self-directed learning.
On a practical level, our apps improve number recognition and the ability to follow instructions, reinforce the relationship between numbers and amounts, and teach counting, grouping, sight recognition, size comparison, and how to solve simple equations. Rote, creative, and critical thinking are all enhanced, as fine motor skills are addressed through drawing projects.
Just for Kids?
Ultimately, yes, but Yingele addresses the needs of parents and teachers, too.
Parents no longer have to feel guilty for handing off their phones to “entertain” their children. Research shows that children as young as two are using mobile devices, and Yingele opens up the worlds of numbers and words to them. Parents can rest assured that their kids are learning with no purchasing or merchandising material being foisted upon them. Yingele’s “Learn Through the Joy of Play” approach is built upon longitudinal research that demonstrates that academic success in preschool provides a foundation that reaps benefits through university! Plus, you can play Counting Parrots together.
Teachers get a powerful supplementary tool that reinforces lesson-plan goals and basic arithmetic concepts all while requiring no initial literacy. Counting Parrots also can be played interactively. Educators also receive discounts when purchasing three licenses or more.
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What skills will my children learn with Yingele’s apps?
Your child will learn counting, addition, grouping, number recognition, size comparison, and how to solve simple equations, the ability to follow instructions, and receive reinforcement of the relationship between numbers and amounts. Rote, creative, and critical thinking are all enhanced, as fine motor skills are addressed.
How do I order them?
Parrot Counting Game is available through the Google and Apple apps stores. WITH LINKS.
What devices are they compatible with?
Yingele apps are compatible with all mobile devices, Android, Apple, tablets, and more.
How long does it take to play each game?
How long does it take to play each game? This depends on your child’s skill level; as your child improves, each game will last longer as the levels increase. With free app, your child must play each level five times to advance; with the paid app, they can play each level as many times as they want.
What does my child get when he wins? When he loses?
Graphic and audio reinforcement are provided when a task is successfully completed. When an error is made, a correction is provided. Because of its non-competitive design, no further prizes are provided beyond your child’s intrinsic satisfaction and sense of success.
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It's fun learning multiplication up to 100! Download now and set free the math wiz in your child!
Our famous parrots have come a long way in their mathematical early learnings. After forming their understanding of elementary arithmetic as well as basic algebra, they are now ready for the next challenge: It's time to enjoy learning the Multiplication tables!
Multiplication tables are a key skill for children to acquire at a young age in their own right, but they are also the ground on which division, algebra, long multiplication, and even fractions are based on.
The Parrots Multiplication Game is set out to familiarize first, second and third graders with the concept of multiplying numbers. The gradually ascending difficulty levels in the game allow children to acquire real, profound knowledge while progressing stage by stage towards the big One-Hundred. As studies show, repetition and rote learning are central to the process of acquiring the Multiplication Table as a tool for further mathematical skills and capabilities. The Parrots Game makes repetition and rote learning an engaging, fun experience rather than the conventional obligatory reciting "like a parrot". Following the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) curriculum for first, second and third grades, this game strengthens children's understanding and facilitates them in reaching their goal.
The Parrots Multiplication Game is the third in the popular Parrots games series.
Every parrot knows rote learning can be a hack of a bore, but with the Parrots Multiplication Game, this actually becomes fun! The random challenges that each game level contains are almost infinite and keep changing from game to game, so that no game is ever alike. At the same time, the learning process is fluent and rote learning is done unconsciously.
Through all our products, Yingele strives to maximize teaching through gameplay. We know that keeping children engaged and entertained learning can become a fun experience. This is Edutainment and the basis of our success!
Let your child play and learn in a safe environment, with no in-app purchases and no third-party ads. The Parrots Multiplication Game comes in a free version, in which the first elementary levels are completely free, and can be then upgraded to a full, pro version for the advanced learners.
We are doing our best to give children the best gameplay experience possible and so, no written instructions are included in this game. Instead, the Parrots Multiplication Game is fully dubbed by professional voice artists and the only written characters appearing in the game are the mathematical characters and numbers that are at the core of the game. By removing all written instruction we facilitate the experience for early literate children but also offer a more user friendly, focused experience for older, more literate children.
Our Design and art studio staff works closely with the development team, both committed to the educational goals set by early learning professionals.
The Parrots Multiplication Table Game consists of six difficulty levels. The player is asked to complete each level in order to unlock the next one. The first two, easier levels comprise a 4X4 table. Levels three and four are harder, extending the tables to 7X7. The last two levels require the child to have an ultimate grasp on and knowledge of the Multiplication tables with a full 10X10, up to 100, tables. Upon completion, the player is prompted to personal total score so she/he can keep track of their progress, as well as a leader board.
The Parrots Multiplication Table Game can be played almost anywhere, anytime and on any platform. We have put great efforts into developing an HTML5 experience that will run smoothly on Android operated phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, and Windows desktops.
Your child's benefit, our pride
Here are the principal developmental and educational benefits the game has to offer children:
Numeric literacy is the focus; children can teach themselves how to recognize numbers by simple counting and repetition of the game.
Each game is random so no two games are ever alike.
Delivers engaging math games for ages 3-7
Field-tested with educators and children alike, the game focuses on providing the basic mathematical skills children need for understanding addition concepts.
The professionally designed game uses sophisticated animation and graphics to educate and entertain children.
Design of the game appeals to children as play for play’s sake, rather than an “educational exercise.”
Intuitive verbal and graphic interface allows non-literate children to easily figure out how to operate the game without parental intervention.
All instructions are given verbally; the only reading required is number recognition, and repetitive use of the game, encouraged by fun and an enhanced sense of mastery via efficacy motivation, results in improved recognition as well.
Bright background colors and high-contrast screens make it engaging, simple to use and see.
Fully interactive audio-visual experience
Non-competitive system encourages intrinsic satisfaction in learning
Engaging graphics and games keep children entertained
The parrot chicks are on their way to visit Grandma. Some parrots are already seated on the airplane, but others are confused and would like you to help them find their appropriate seats.
Flying Patterns is an educational game designed to provide children in kindergarten, first and second grade, with an interactive and fun way of understanding mathematical repeating patterns, and a firm foundation for their grasp of numeric patterns and sequences.
The game challenges children to creatively reach their goal while developing their sense of logic. As recent studies show, an understanding of patterns is a building block in mathematical reasoning: which contributes to counting strategy development, problem solving, generalizations about number combinations, and algebraic thinking (Copley, 2000).
The game encourages the development of fine motor skills and memory, and is consistent with Common Core State Standards (CCSS) first and second grade math curriculum.
Flying Patterns is the second game in an already successful series, produced following the popularity of the ‘Counting Parrots’ app.
No two games are ever alike: as with each level a random combination of experiences is generated. The children will have the time of their lives getting the parrot chicks to Grandma – just don’t tell them it’s educational!
Flying Patterns reaches out to children, teaching them while entertaining them. This is the essence of edutainment, and the basis of our success!
Flying Patterns offers children a user friendly, entertaining experience, with no in-app purchases and no third-party ads. Try it now for free, and enjoy a safe and fun way to educate your children. We are 100% committed to child safety.
Unlike most other games in its category, our game is fully dubbed with no written instructions. This caters for pre-literary kindergarten children, but also offers a friendlier, more intuitive, focused experience for first and second graders.
Our scriptwriters, voice artists, and art studio staff are kids' TV and games professionals. Combined with an original musical score and sound effects, our game offers an exciting, educating and humorous experience.
FFlying Patterns consists of five difficulty levels. With every level that is completed, the next level is unlocked and made playable. In mathematical terms, the gameplay represents patterns of arithmetic progressions, using five different colours of parrots as terms. The progressing difficulty between the levels involves a combination of common differences, values and missing elements, which need to be completed.
The first three levels of Flying Patterns are available for free!
Parrot's Counting Game was developed in HTML5 and is compatible with all operating systems for all platforms, including Android operated phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, and Windows desktops.