SAN MATEO (October 24, 2013) – Duck Duck Moose, award-winning creator of educational mobile apps for children, announced the launch of their top two Kindergarten and First Grade Common Core Standard apps on the Google Play and Amazon: ‘Moose Math’ and ‘Duck Duck Moose Reading’. Both apps have won numerous awards and feature a new report card section for adults to track children’s individual progress.
– Parents’ Choice Gold Award for ‘Duck Duck Moose Reading’
– Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Awards for Excellence in Design for ‘Moose Math’ and ‘Duck Duck Moose Reading’
‘Moose Math’ combines play with deep educational content, teaching fundamental Kindergarten and First Grade math skills. With the help of the Dust Funnies, a new charismatic group of characters, kids can choose from five multi-level activities to practice counting, addition, subtraction and geometry. As they master each level, kids earn rewards to help build up their city.
‘Duck Duck Moose Reading’ teaches phonics and reading skills in a fun zoo-themed adventure. Join Milo the Meerkat as he leads children through nine different word and letter activities that teach consonant and vowel sounds to help kids learn to read. Play and learn with flamingos, monkeys, lions and more!
About Duck Duck Moose
Duck Duck Moose, an award-winning creator of educational mobile apps for children, was founded in 2008 by three parents who share a passion for children, education, music, design and play. Following the launch of its first app, Wheels on the Bus, Duck Duck Moose quickly became a leader in the industry by creating fun, engaging and educational apps that are loved by children and trusted by parents. To date, the company has created seventeen top-selling titles and has received 16 Parents’ Choice Awards, 16 Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice Awards and a KAPi Award for the “Best Children’s App” at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show. Duck Duck Moose is headquartered in San Mateo, California.