Based in Elon, North Carolina
February 7, 2020
eduActiv8: Math and Science is a collection of short game-like activities designed to help early learners practice counting, arithmetic, pattern matching, shapes, and time. Activities include number flashcards and matching, basic mathematical operation practice, shopping list, shape maker, clock setting, and many more. Five difficulty levels are available.
The original eduActiv8 project was started by Ireneusz Imiolek in 2011 (as pySioGame), and is used by families and schools around the world to engage young learners with basic educational concepts. While that project has developed significantly, it is aimed at desktop platforms, and attempts to build mobile-compatible versions from its PyGame codebase have not been fruitful. In 2019, development of this project was started using the LÖVE framework. This project shares no code with eduActiv8, but repurposes much of eduActiv8's design and assets with the goal of extending access to users of mobile devices.
- Completely free, ad free, and open source.
- Available in 14 languages, including (especially) lesser-used languages like Lakota.
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- "The eduActiv8 apps are currently used in Iyápi Glukínipi Owáyawa, the comprehensive Lakota medium education track provided on the campus of Red Cloud Indian School. One of the major barriers to learning, teaching and revitalizing the Language is having access to quality Lakota Language materials. [H]aving open-source applications like these eduActive8 applications breaks those access barriers down."
- Matthew Rama, Director of Innovation and Design, Lakota Language Initiative, Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation
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