How many pitchers of water do you need to fill a bathtub?
Does it take more soap to wash a pig or a cow? PBS KIDS Measure Up! is a math education app that contains unique math activities for kids ages 3 to 5!
Your child will learn early math concepts focused on weights and measures length width height and capacity while going on an adventure through Treetop City Magma Peak and Crystal Caves.
Whether your child is already attending kindergarten or about to enter preschool this free app is a great way to introduce math to kids!
Your child will be joined by their favorite PBS KIDS characters from Dinosaur Train Peg + Cat and Sid the Science Kid and can collect rewards and unlock digital toys as they learn and play.
At the same time caregivers can monitor and expand upon what their child is learning using our free companion app PBS KIDS Super Vision™.
Specific features of Measure Up! include
*19 unique measuring games
*10 measurement-focused video clips
*Sticker books featuring favorite PBS KIDS characters
*Rewards for completion of tasks
*Embedded challenges and reports to help parents and caregivers monitor kids’ progress
*Ability to track your child's progress using the PBS KIDS Super Vision companion app. (Read more about Super Vision below.)
*Note The PBS KIDS Super Vision app is a smartphone-based app that enables parents to be aware of what their child is playing and watching in the Measure Up! app by providing summaries of games played videos watched and math skills covered in the games and videos. It also provides tips and related activity ideas to extend learning into daily activities and family time.
ABOUT PBS KIDS
Measure Up! is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to helping kids build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. PBS KIDS the number one educational media brand for kids offers all children the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and digital media as well as community-based programs.
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