Thank you for all your votes. The public viewing and voting round is now over. We will announce the results on May 31st, 2021, please stay tuned! Thank you.
Check out the 9 finalists for our first MathArt Contest in the video below!
We are happy to announce that our judges have selected 9 finalists for our first MathArt Contest. There are many ties! Please join to vote for the top 7 winners. You can cast your vote on CAMathories Facebook page or here on our website.
Please stay tuned for our final announcement for the top 7 winners and 10 participation prizes winners on May 31st, 2021. Thank you for your kind support.
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CAMathories™ were founded by a group of Cambridge University alumni and faculty members who have expertise in early childhood education, mathematics, science and advanced technologies. Our aim is to produce educational products and services which make mathematics meaningful to young children and help them to grow to love and understand mathematics in all its forms.
CAMathories™ apps are inspired by three decades long of early childhood learning research works.
CAMathories™ apps are fun and interactive animated stories and games designed, written, and tested by renowned educational researchers, mathematicians, and scientists at Cambridge University to teach young children mathematics. Each CAMathories™ app also contains a series of teaching notes to help parents to teach their children mathematics based on the content of the games as well as real-life situation. CAMathories™ provide a brand new experience of teaching mathematics to young children and make them love learning mathematics.
Wish you happy learning and CAMathoring!
What our users say...
"Knowing and loving the familiar fairy tales already, my granddaughter (turning 4) enjoys being able to interact in a way that moves the stories along, and I appreciate that she is honing her counting and analytical skills while doing so." Robert Howells, a grandfather, New Jersey, USA.
"My 4-year-old son has played your game Goldilocks. He likes it very much! I think it is a very good learning game. You can listen to the story while playing math games. It is really fun, and it helps children to "associate" math with the games and their daily lives." Dr. Ieong, a mother of two young children. New York, U.S.A.