Funexpected's year-long course turns learning into a fabulous journey through space and time. Each task solved by your kid lights up constellations, star clusters and entire galaxies.
New star missions every week
A helping hand for caring parents
Funexpected is a well-designed program for the year that makes math enchanting for children without immersing them in endless numbers. It's your kid's screen time that you'll never regret.
Interval learning approach
Advanced reports for parents
Our approach to education
We believe that nobody is incapable of math mastery. Any child can assimilate math thinking as well as basic literacy. To achieve this, we use a reversed education process in which experimenting comes before theory. We value kids' mistakes and questions as much as the right answers, because it takes both for kids to acquire the correct thinking.
Math is a language, not just a bunch of numbers
Funexpected teaches math the same way that you would teach a kid a new language: immersing children in a certain environment, focusing on successes instead of mistakes, and helping them to express themselves.
Tailored experience for each child
A child learns best in their own zone of proximal development. Some kids defocus when tasks are too easy, some when tasks are too hard, and some when tasks are too repetitive (or non-repetitive). That's why we stick to the concept of an individual learning curve. It's our way to make sure studying is always efficient and children are always interested in proceeding.
For tutors who care
Use Funexpected Math to study at home, at school, and everywhere! Give children quick practical work in class, let each child progress at their own pace, and get comprehensive reports.
Welcome Teachers & Tutors
Please contact us if you want to use Funexpected Math in your classroom
Why parents love Funexpected
Learn through play
Enjoy games without WiFi
One account to share across devices
Localized to 14 languages
Thoughtfully designed curriculum
No in-app purchases or ads inside
We design our games with scientists from the world's top universities. And we're always searching for new science partners
This educational application draws on cutting-edge theory of learning from the cognitive sciences to produce an engaging activity leading to deep learning of difficult mathematical concepts.
Professor of Cognition and Development, University of California, Berkeley, co-author of the Tenrec game on number sense
To do the math, it is important to 'recognise by face' numbers and shapes, just like best friends or relatives. This game helps develop these invaluable skills from early childhood, which is quite remarkable.
Associate professor of Mathematics, HSE University, Moscow, co-author of the Scarab game on algorithms