Lazuli and the Numbers

Logical thinking needs a stable foundation

Mathematics is not just about figures and formulae. In order to grasp the abstract concept of numbers, children also need to be able to orientate themselves in space, and train their perception and memory. Lazuli and the Numbers has been developed by educational specialists in such a way that children are able to independently and actively acquire these skills. They are aided in this by Lazuli the clumsy dog, making for a child-friendly game experience embedded with extensive support.

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Lazuli und die Zahlen

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Well-founded learning content meets a real playing experience

4 math learning apps. 60 levels. 3 degrees of difficulty. Over 1300 brainteasers.

Lazuli’s Garden

This is the starting point for every educational app for the various levels, and is also the place where children can play freely. It is home to Lazuli, the little blue dog. Children can splash around with him, tickle him, or make music on flowers. There’s always a visitor walking by who brings a new surprise with them. Things never get boring with Lazuli.

The learning level

If Lazuli gets hungry, the children can win a bone for him by solving all the riddles in the learning level. This will see them count, compare, order and add numbers. Mistakes are met with amusing surprises, making repetitions fun rather than frustrating. This encourages concentration, visual and acoustic perception, memory, and spatial orientation.

How learning works today

Funny, exciting, varied: Lazuli and the Numbers creates a learning environment in which children feel comfortable. They set their own pace and degree of difficulty. And teachers and parents are able to assist them with this. The knowledge-level analysis provided gives them insights into the children’s potential problem areas, enabling them to offer targeted support here.

Pedagogical background

The foundations of mathematical thinking
consist of individual components

Education specialists know these as basic mathematical and non-numerical skills. Below are some insights into each learning level, providing information on the basic skills behind the respective games. The integrated development-progress analysis in the Parents section of the apps identifies problem areas that can then be systematically addressed.

These basic skills are found in the individual learning apps

For tablets and smartphones with iOS operating systems or Windows PCs

Game time limit data-safe ad-free without in-app purchases

designed for use in kindergartens, elementary schools and at home