This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zyrobotics for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

ZyroMath City Count is an integrated switch-accessible runner-game for young children and children with special needs that keeps kids math motivated. Kids can test their reflexes as their robot Zyro races through the city, collecting stars and power-ups that give them special powers. Kids just touch to jump and avoid obstacles, and can use their math points to buy super-power characters and prizes in the ZyroStore.

The key feature that this game caters also to children with special needs is equally important because there are not that many kind of games for them out there.

So! Children love running games. Anything that moves in color they appreciate it a lot. However, ZyroMath also has some educational parts in it. Children can learn to count up to 100 by ones and tens. The game is linked to math standards so you can use its game play to reinforce Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals.

ZyroMath City Count incorporates a drill and practice mode to provide a fun, engaging and effective way to learn through repetition as well as a challenge test mode to assess learning.

A Beginner, Advanced and Expert mode is available to provide easy options based on the motor skill level or cognitive skill level of the child and the game supports multiple user profiles which I believe is a must these days so users won’t have the hassle experience on having to logout and login again just to play using their profile.

They also have a customizable learning mode than can learn optimal game settings to personalize settings to the needs of the child as well as the option for graphics and music to be graded to make the game suitable for sensory sensitive kids. Its one-touch input helps improving hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills for children.

This app does not share personal information. There are no in-app purchases or advertisements and development of this application was partially sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education.

To fully enjoy the features mentioned in this post, head on to Google Play or iTunes to get the app.

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