Parrot’s Counting Game provides a fun, entertaining rudimentary
mathematics learning experience for children ages 3-7.
Children learn to count, associate numbers with quantities, practice
patterns and grouping, understand simple equations, and strengthen
fine motor skills and memory.
The children have a goal – they must teach the parrots to fly.
They share in the success with animated celebrations that let the
child know he has “won” the game. Each time he plays, he gets a
different combination of experiences, and the games increase in
difficulty as he progresses through the series.
The system is noncompetitive. Children are graphically told when
they are wrong with accompanying sound effects, and the correct
answers are demonstrated. The system does not keep score.
Numeric literacy is the focus; children can teach themselves how to recognize numbers by simple
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
Design of the game appeals to children as play for play’s sake, rather than an “educational
Intuitive verbal and graphic interface allows non-literate children to easily figure out how to
the game without parental intervention.
All instructions are given verbally; the only reading required is number recognition, and repetitive
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
Promotes the pleasure in and the development of math skills at
the earliest ages possible
Each child moves at a self-directed pace.
Improves number recognition
Improves following instructions
Reinforces relationship between numbers and amounts
Teaches counting, grouping, recognition, size comparison, simple
Stimulates and enhances memory development through both rote
and creative thinking
Encourages development of critical thinking skills to determine right
Games deliver immediate feedback essential to the youngest
Enhances fine motor skills with drawing projects
Free, “lite” version features numbers 1-10 and includes three games
Paid version extends to 10-20 and includes all seven games
One-time app fee and no other hidden charges or upsell
Technology fully compatible with all devices - iPad, Android, web,
No in-app purchase obligations or requirements
No redirections to paid opportunities