Kids everywhere love the Disney characters, and Mickey’s Magical Math World
brings together fun and learning in a unique way that only Disney can! Geared for kids ages 3-8, children join the spaceship with Mickey and friends as they fly toward Math World. With excellent animation and an interesting storyline, children will enjoy finding out more about what their Disney friends are up to. Once the spaceship has landed on Math World, your child can pick a place (and topic) where they want to play and learn!
Problem Solving – Help Daisy Duck guide a sleepwalking friend to his bed, using reasoning skills to collect as many sheep as you can along the way. Then, make groups of ten with the pieces of old furniture you have collected.
– Mini Mouse runs a rocket design shop, which both my three year old and
my eight year old loved experimenting with. After choosing a hull shape, along with all the accessories for your rocket, you can launch it from the rocket dispatch dock. Just load up some aliens and match up numbers to keep on course. Then, fix up broken rockets in the rocket fix up shop!
Sorting – Goofy has trash that needs sorting, and you can make space smoothies, lunch for aliens, or sort fuel for jet packs. The sorting starts simple and gets more difficult as you go along. It was fun hearing my three year old cheer “bravo!” for herself as a hungry alien drank the smoothie she had made him.
Counting – Minnie Mouse provides the perfect place for young counters to practice their skills at the robot playground. There are a variety of areas where the robots can play, and were young learners can practice counting in fun and different ways. The kids think it is funny when the little aliens fly off the swing set and merry-go-round!
Adding and Subtracting – Launch aliens along a number along a number line, all in an effort to wake up a sleeping Donald Duck. Practice counting forward and backwards to hit the target (poor Donald!).
The parents’ app, Disney Imagicademy Parents
, contains information about what type of activities your child as been performing in Math World, a way for you to digitally encourage their progress, as well as information and ideas on a variety of topics for parents and families. You’ll find helpful articles on a wide variety of topics – like one stop shopping for awesome ideas!
You can find Disney’s Imagicademy apps for iPad on Apple’s App Store in the Kids, Education, and Entertainment categories. What parent doesn’t love screen time we don’t have to feel guilty about? And what kid doesn’t love everyone’s favorite mouse – Mickey?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.