Practice Maths, take risks, make mistakes and, eventually, become a powerful problem-solvers.
For maths and for life, developing a growth mindset is good good for all kinds of learners. Through hard work, good strategies and feedback from others, they’ll achieve more.
Every child learns differently, but most of them learn better socially. Kotokan pursues social learning and collaboration through maths.
Hints and support
Some children need more help than others. We use contextual and thematic hints to support them right there, when they face the problems.
Our app is designed to encourage hand-writing and note-taking, to allow children applying what they learn in Kotokan on books, exams and homework!
Gamify, but not too much
To make them engage Kotokan is like a game, but is not a candy-like game that rewards everything to keep them connected.
Be careful with screen-time
It is your decision how much screen-time is too much. Some children need more time to learn, but all of them learn a lot with no-screens at all.
We are working on a version for families who want their children to reinforce maths and develop thinking-skills. Please fill this form for parents and caregivers if you’re interested in early access to this version.