Tiggly COUNTS - Fun & Educational Math Learning System for Your Tablet

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Looking for a fun way to help teach your kids math basics?  Tiggly Counts is the perfect addition to all that you are using to teach your child!  As a homeschool mom, I have to say this has been so great to add to our resources at home.  These five soft colorful pieces help your child visualize and count while learning addition.  It does so much more than any other educational app because they are able to hold and point as they re-arrange to make different addition problems.  This is a unique learning tool, joining both their interest on playing on the tablet and giving them the tangible toys to hold onto while doing so. 
Learning the basics of math isn't always easy for our little ones, which is why any resources to help them is wonderful.  My first grader has found it useful and fun to practice his math while playing.  The apps are available to play without the toys, but I highly recommend the toys to get the full reward.  The five soft toys come in 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 variations (pictured above) which I've even used without the app to help my child learn math basics.  A carrying pouch is also included to store and grab on the go for educational fun anywhere.
Tiggly Counts apps are available in 10 different languages which is great if you want to teach your children another language.  They are available for download on Google Play and the App Store.  My children love the apps, they seem to really favor Tiggly Chef as they get to add recipe ingredients to make wacky named creations.  If you let your child play with apps, this is the perfect way to mix playing and learning.  I absolutely love that they are able to use multi-sensory as they play on apps and learn.  With your purchase of Tiggly Counts for $29.95, all three apps come free.  Tiggly Learning Systems are an absolute must have, be sure to check out our other reviews on Tiggly Shapes and the latest addition Tiggly Words