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Todo K-2 Math Practice App is Live in the App Store for FREE

Today, we are happy to announce that Todo K-2 Math Practice is available in the App Store for FREE. Todo (pronounced toh-doh) K-2 Math Practice app is a series of 6 fun and engaging multi-level math games that offer children practice and support in Pre-K through 2nd grade math fluency skills including: counting, writing numerals, addition and subtraction. Developed by award-winning game designers and in collaboration with teachers and math experts, Todo K-2 Math Practice app offers meaningful play for students who struggle to master early elementary math. Combining research-based instructional strategies with playful game design helps children who struggle with math understand the meaning of mathematical operations building a strong foundation for further mathematical learning.

Parents love Todo K-2 Math Practice as a way to supplement their student’s classroom instruction.

Teachers love Todo K-2 Math Practice because the curriculum is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and is designed for kids with special needs to practice math independently alongside their typically developing peers in inclusive classrooms.

Most importantly, kids love Todo K-2 Math Practice because it’s fun and also because of the success they feel as they play through the unique leveling game design that provides just the right amount of challenge and support they need to progress.

What Does The Word Todo Mean?

“All means all” is an expression we embrace at LocoMotive Labs and is the inspiration behind our choice of Todo as the name of our elementary math app series. “Todo”, meaning “all” in Spanish, is our way of communicating the inclusion of children with learning differences in the apps’ design and development. We define learning differences to include deficits in auditory and visual processing, short-term memory, language delay or under-developed fine motor skills. Students with formal diagnosis can include, but are not limited to students with LD, ASD, ADD/ADHD, Dyspraxia, and Down syndrome.

Instructional Video

Check out the parent and teacher instructional video to learn how to offer meaningful math practice for your child!