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Tiggly Introduces Tiggly Counts, a New Kind of Counting Toy for the iPad

TigglyCountsTiggly has launched Tiggly Counts, inspired by the Cuisenaire rods used in Montessori classrooms, and featuring five colorful counting toys that physically interact with new parent- and educator-approved Tiggly learning apps for the iPad. Tiggly’s counting toys and apps are intended to help children develop number sense, counting skills, and a basic understanding of math operations such as addition and subtraction.

Tiggly Counts comes with three free apps available in 10 languages: Tiggly Cardtoons, which stretches children’s imaginations while they learn basic math ideas such as one-to-one correspondence, counting, and equal sets; Tiggly Addventure, in which children use counting toys to build bridges and ladders while gaining an introduction to number line concepts and improving their number sense; and Tiggly Chef, in which children prepare silly recipes with Tiggly Town’s greatest chef while learning numbers, early addition concepts, math symbols, and problem solving.

Arriving in stores on October 21, Tiggly Counts is currently available for pre-order at a discount by entering coupon code PREORDER30 when checking out on get.tiggly.com/counts until October 31. In addition, every customer who pre-orders Tiggly Counts using their unique referral link will receive a $5 rebate.

Tiggly Introduces New Tiggly Shapes and Apps

tigglyshapesTiggly Shapes, the first physical product from Tiggly, is a set of four geometric shapes (a square, a circle, a triangle, and a star) that are designed to interact with learning apps on tablets. Tiggly Shakes come with three free apps and a felt carrying pouch for easy transportation. The three included apps are Tiggly Safari, where kids use Tiggly Shapes to construct animals from the jungle, farm, and sea; Tiggly Stamp, where kids use Tiggly Shapes to build seasonally themed scenes and use voice record and camera options to tell stories and save their work; and Tiggly Draw, where kids use the tablet as a canvas and Tiggly Shapes as their tools. 

Tiggly is a learning company that is pioneering a new way to educate kids in the digital age. By combining educational benefits of physical play with the learning potential of digital tools, Tiggly Shapes believes they can create an ideal environment for early childhood learning.

Tiggly Shapes and apps are designed for kids ages 18 months to 4 years.