Launch of Brainy Spinach Math. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a press release about the Launch of Brainy Spinach Math. Brainy Spinach is a new series of online games that help children learn and engage with math skills while gaming. Created by math tutor and game developer Jon Goga, BrainySpinach Math combines a passion for math and gaming. For example, The Math Obby is a game that allows your child to run through their Times Tables in a way that keeps them practising them long after they’d generally get bored. Each game is designed to fit national curriculum goals, has inbuilt safety protocols and has full ‘real human’ support.
Launch of Brainy Spinach Math
This week sees the launch of BrainySpinach Math – a new series of online games that help children learn and engage with math skills while gaming.
Created by math tutor and game developer Jon Goga, BrainySpinach Math is on a mission to help inspire children everywhere to catch up with their learning today so they succeed tomorrow.
“I’ve often heard parents lament a lack of great math resources or games and the frustration with too much unproductive screen time on the likes of Roblox. So, I thought, why not solve both issues at once – and created the Roblox Math Camp. Whether basic or advanced, a course has your child learning their math while playing tutor created Roblox Math games, with live tutor support, ” explains founder Jon Goga.
A New Way for children to learn math through gaming
BrainySpinach Math has combined a passion for math and gaming on Roblox and created various Roblox math games. One of them is The Math Obby – a game that allows your child to run through their Times Tables in a way that keeps them practising them long after they’d generally get bored.
Whether you are schooling your child at home full time. Want to make their gaming time more productive, or feel they could do with a bit of extra maths tuition. The BrainySpinach Math Roblox Camps will help with fun, engaging games that help your child learn by capturing their attention and motivating them to do better at each stage.
- BrainySpinach Math offers a safe and productive way for students to learn and interact with other home-schoolers while having fun;
- incentivises practising Math problems by using video games your children love
- Provides home educators with an exciting new way to evaluate their child’s Math skills
- Promotes neuroplasticity and creates outlets for and combines different learning styles
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The math games are available on Roblox from beginner to advanced, with additional tutor support. Parents and children can dip in and out or sign up for a five-week camp. The outcomes for each lesson are clearly described, as is the age-range suitability. There is also a Roblox Safety Camp where children can learn to protect themselves while enjoying Roblox games such as Adopt Me, Jailbreak, etc.
Each game is designed to fit national curriculum goals, has inbuilt safety protocols and has full ‘real human’ support.
For more information, see: https://brainyspinach.com/
I will have a chance to interview Jon Goga soon. If you have any questions or need advice on Roblox or Maths for kids, please comment on them in the comment box, and I’ll add them to my questionnaire.
I hope you enjoyed that.
ABOUT BRAINYSPINACH MATH
Jon Goga is a math tutor and founder of BrainySpinach Math, on a mission to help inspire children everywhere to catch up with their learning today, so they succeed tomorrow. BrainySpinach Math creates fun and exciting online games on the Roblox platform for children to play that teach them essential math skills. Inspiring them to learn by playing games they love – and allowing parents to ensure their child’s screentime is consistently productive. BrainySpinach Math is also the creator of the Roblox Math Camp – a course that has children learning math while playing said tutor-created Roblox Math games. https://brainyspinach.com/
Roblox Group: https://www.roblox.com/groups/
Tutorful (the UK only): https://tutorful.co.uk/
Wow, thanks for sharing this, I will definitely check it out. My kids will love it for sure, I wonder how complex the levels get and if they include a variety of math problems as I have kids in grades 1 and 8 so I’ll need a wide selection of engaging math topics.
This looks right up my 8 year olds alley!
As an educator, learning math games make me happy!
This sounds like a fun idea! It reminds me of Math Blaster from when I was a kid.