Games that teach kids to think
One app — many games
Get your child excited about learning and solving problems! Funexpected Math is an interactive environment, that embeds findings in educational neuroscience into digital learning games for children aged 3 to 7.
Your child will identify and use numbers in enthralling new ways to build a solid foundation for more advanced math skills. Our visual activities stimulate children's thinking so that they learn to add, subtract and play with numbers in a variety of ways.
Spatial thinking is a foundation for success in math plus other subjects like science, technology and engineering. Through a variety of fun geometric games, we strengthen your child's spatial skills and understanding.
Give your child a jump start in the universal language of programming. Through the Funexpected Learning app, your child will be introduced to basic algorithmic concepts enabling earlier and better understanding of this new and useful language.
Using logic is a key component to your child's development of critical thinking skills. Our games provide exciting opportunities for your child to learn how to classify objects, tackle analogies, and use common reasoning to further creativity and independence.
Most kids love spaceships! Now in Funexpected, kids can join a space competition to train individual skills from different sections of mathematics: numbers and counting, geometry, logic, and algorithms.
These short training sessions present instant quantity detection, mental rotation, feature comparison and many more.
Awards and recognition
This app leads kids through a beautifully animated world using a wide variety of mathematical games and activities. Challenges increase noticeably in difficulty, and replay value is moderately high as users continue to build skills.
Association for Library Service to Children
Funexpected Math looks and plays great. Its math content is accurate and useful and will provide excellent practice to consolidate and develop learning.
Educational App Store
This is a really good visualisation of the key mathematical concepts: numbers, shapes, logical operations and so on. These concepts are encountered at every step in every person's life but are not that simple. To do the math, it is important to "recognise by face" numbers and shapes, just like best friends or relatives. The game helps develop these invaluable skills from early childhood, which is quite remarkable.
PhD in Math, Associate Professor
My kids just loved the funny game characters! The games themselves are actually very good at developing basic logic and math skills. A definite yes for this one!