At Zcooly we believe in meaningful screen time. Our goal is for every child to have the opportunity to experience the joy of learning and to be successful in school. Our special recipe mixes experience based learning with engaging game design. We offer a world of educational games in which kids between 5 and 12 years can sharpen their math skills. With the help of stubborn sheep, farting hamsters and cake baking we make knowledge fun!
Focus on mathematics
Our main game design principle is to find that which is intrinsically fun and exciting in math and turn it into a game mechanic.
The structure of our games is designed by experienced teachers, and follows the same progression as a math book.
Math lessons in your pocket
Educational games that are playable in the classroom, at home and everywhere in between.
Keep track of screen time
As a parent you will receive an email every other week describing what your child has learned in our games. That is what we call meaningful screen time.
"Our children love sitting down to learn math now, even the ones who thought it was boring and had a rough time before."
- Satu Nordling Gonzalez
"Ellah needs to practice multiplications for the math tests this spring and now she has found a fun way to learn. She usually thinks math is kind of hard."
- Therese Wickman
"I spend all my free time with my girls but unfortunately there is a lot of "musts" that just has to be done. It makes me feel a bit less guilty if I know that the time they spend in front of the screen is meaningful."
- Karin Sätter
Keep up to date with your children's progress in our games
We want the time your children spend in front of the screen, no matter how much or how little, to be meaningful.
That is why you, the parent, will receive an update on your children's progress in our games every other week. Your child might have managed to count up to 20, figured out how to read a digital clock, or subtracted different fractions from one another. But the best part is that you will take part in your child's learning experience. Pretty meaningful, right?
Developed by experienced teachers with a strong foundation in Common Core.
Clear and simple descriptions of what your child is learning and what content they have yet to work with.
Personal recommendations based on your child’s progress and needs.