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Educational games, videos and interactive stories
Human Body Systems6 to 12 years
Road Safety7 to 10 years
The Plant5 to 9 years
The cell6 to 12 years
Number Line3 to 12 years
Reading Skills Practice – Nature – Advanced7 to 10 years
States of Matter8 to 12 years
Order the Numbers3 to 6 years
Counting3 to 6 years
Advanced Fractions7 to 10 years
Writing Numbers3 to 6 years
Reading Skills Practice – Nature – Master8 to 12 years
Implementation model for schools
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Ideal for schools
Smile and Learn includes a learning monitoring feature, allowing teachers to follow the evolution of their students. The platform collects data on the time spent by kids on each game, story and their progress for each multiple intelligence. This feature identifies which area(s) the student needs to focus on. Based on this analysis, a specific set of content will be recommended to keep on boosting the learning experience.
The app allows you to personalize student profiles in all the games and stories. The educator can choose between several game modes, reading modes and types of font, including pictograms. Additionally, our whole collection is adapted for children with special learning needs. This way, Smile and Learn allows you to adapt the learning process to the pace of each kid.
Tested in thousands of innovative schools...
...with excellent feedback
"Smile and Learn is a great pedagogic tool. It contains excellent educative applications and is very well constructed with ample support from schools".
Jesús Rodríguez, ICT Manager
School Ntra.Sra. del Carmen
"Smile and Learn is an ideal application for our kids because of its values, interculturality, and professionalism. It is an addition to the curriculum that should not be left out"
María Sesma, ICT Manager
School San José del Parque
"It’s a great tool which addresses all our curriculum areas. Besides, being able to view students statistics charts is truly enriching when it comes to collecting assessment data for each learner"
Pablo Aparicio Garcia
Maria Correndedora School, Madrid