Choo Choo Coming through with a new app just for you!
Lola the panda bear greats you at the train. All Aboard!

There are 3 difficulty levels – Easy, 2 (Medium), and 3 (Hard). With 15 different math games!

The Easy & Level 2 I found to be very similar, the numbers math problems are a little harder. This level has adding, arrange numbers smallest to biggest, how many more apples are in this box than the other.

Level 3 takes you to subtraction and harder problems like which number is missing, and the start of multiplication.

Once you finish a few problems you can pick out an outfit for one of your riders on Lola’s Math Train. Lola’s train will then give you a score at the end.

I love the progress tracker! It’s on the welcome page in the lower left corner. Once there you can enter your email address and it will email you the progress of your child.

This app is available for Apple products as well as Android!

Lola’s Math Train is recommended for ages 3 to 6.

I did find that the easy level was a little hard for my daughter. She is 5, I expected it to be 5 + 1 type of games, but it was more like 10 + 20 which I found to be a bit advanced for her. Otherwise, this will be a great app in future.

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What a great way to work on math skills under the guise of fun! I really appreciate educational apps because the kids just have fun playing them and parents can at least feel good about the time the kids are spending on the tablet or phone if what the kids are playing is educational.

Yeah, an android app! I’m going to get this for my daughter.

My youngest loves using this for addition and subtraction practice. It really does make learning fun.

Looks like this app would make learning really fun for the little ones.

Very nice app! I may try it out with my kindergartener this weekend.

Now, that is a great app!

Thanks, my son is ready for these!

This will be great for my son when he’s a little older. Looks like fun!

I have been meaning to get the first one for my daughter. She has been sick a lot lately, so prying her iPad away to install things isn’t happening.

Looks like a great app my kids could learn alot from.

This looks like a cute app for kids.

I downloaded this for my son recently & he loves it!

Looks adorable! Maybe it would have been better if the level difficulty progressed slower or if you could choose a difficulty setting based on the needs of your child. Esp. for an app for ages 3-6, it’s much better to stay in the 1 digit realm.

I’m going to have my husband get this for my son (5). He is excelling in both reading and writing, but could use a tad more practice in the math area.

I love that they are making learning math fun!

This looks like a great app for kids. To help build their math skills.

I think this would be good for my kindergartener. Thanks for sharing.