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August 2017

Count on Mingo for fun math learning!

In Mingo Math l kids can practice friends of 10, doubles, as well as multiplication and division of all tables. This link shows how the game works. Let the children practice together with Mingo during cloudy and rainy summer days.

21 000 new children all over the world practiced math by playing Mingo Math during the first six months 2017. The game is available in 16 languages.

Mingo Math is a charity project. Mingo education develops apps for fun math learning for children 5-12 years old. All income is donated to Médecins du Monde Sweden which is part of the global network Médecins du Monde.

The game is a complement to what kids learn at school and encourages them to practice on their own. Kids can compete against themselves on time, against a friend or an adult.

The clean and calm graphics in a forest environment is particularly appreciated by children who are easily distracted. Mingo Math is a stimulating support to math teaching and very much appreciated by the children”, says Ylwa Edberg, special second grade teacher at Malma school, in Kolsva Sweden.

Let Mingo be your child´s personal math trainer! A fun way to prepare for upcoming tests at the end of the school year and a good preparation for next school year.

Download from: Google Play or Amazon   Search for Mingo Math. Mingo Math l PREMIUM is the full version where kids can practice all skills.

For the time being it is not possible to download Mingo Math I and Mingo Math Premium from Appstore. We are upgrading Mingo Math in order to make the app work with the new operating system IOS 11 that will be released later this autumn.

We do not collect any personal information. We have no advertising in our apps or on our website.

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Malena & Staffan Britz
Mingo education

P.S. We are looking for system developers as “pro bono” are interested in contributing to the further development of Mingo Maths and thus support the most vulnerable in society. Please contact us by email info@mingoeducation.com D. S.