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Monkey Tales Games recognize that each child is different, and automatically detect the best approach to improve a particular child’s skills. The adaptivity of the games helps to quickly engage both weaker and stronger students. All game mechanics employed in Monkey Tales Games are based on proven didactic methods and 4 years of research and development involving teachers, schools and universities.

Presently, there are five math-focused games available that allow children aged 7 to 12 to train their math skills faster and better than with the traditional approaches. Each game is adapted for a specific school year and to the national curriculum of the particular country where Monkey Tales Games are released.
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