There are lots of balloons flying up into the sky. The only trouble is - there's only one with the correct answer! Students need to work as a team to pop all the incorrect balloons.
First, pupils start by raising their hand forward - a cursor will then appear. By moving the cursor with their hand, pupils hover over a balloon until the cursor fills. Be careful not to pop the correct answer though...
“We recently started to work with Jumpido and I am happy to share that it has established itself as one of the preferred and most effective ways of classroom learning. We noticed significant improvement in the engagement and math skills of children. In my opinion, Jumpido is a great asset to every primary school. I strongly recommend it to anyone who is looking for ways to improve the results and the overall experience of students.”
“I like the program because it makes math interesting!”
7 years old
“Regular physical activity is important for children because it helps to prevent obesity and improves energy levels. The motions that Jumpido requires have been carefully selected in order to be safe for pupils. Playing Jumpido helps children to have an active lifestyle and enjoy mathematics.”
“Jumpido represents what educational technologies should bring to the classroom - increased engagement of students, real value in terms of content and a product which is suitable for all students.”
Advisor to the Minister of Education and Science, Republic of Bulgaria
“In 2011, the team behind Jumpido was the first company in Central and Eastern Europe to become partner of Microsoft's Technology Adoption Program (TAP) for Kinect for Windows. This recognition is offered to only the most motivated and innovative companies after a careful selection process. This makes Jumpido one of the pioneers of using the technology.”
Education Industry Lead, Microsoft