Press Release: Addimal Adventure 2.0- Major Update Available Free, Now Includes Classroom Features

Press Release: Addimal Adventure 2.0- Major Update Available Free, Now Includes Classroom Features

NEW  YORK– December 11, 2013 – Teachley released a new version of the Addimal Adventure app for iPad.  Available now in the App Store for free, Addimal Adventure 2.0 is optimized for classroom use with new features that help meet each student’s needs.

Designed for students in Kindergarten – 2nd grades, Addimal Adventure 2.0 teaches effective math strategies and scaffolds learning to promote conceptual understanding and fact fluency.  “Of all of the instructional apps that I have seen for developing fact fluency, I believe that Addimals has the most potential… and aligns well with best practice for instruction,” says David Woodward, Elementary Math Specialist, Boulder Valley School District, CO.  “I am convinced that Addimals could be a valuable supplement to any math program,” says Woodward.

Teachers can now create classroom accounts with individual student profiles.  Students’ progress is saved as children play so they can pick up right where they left off from any iPad in the classroom.  “We know that most schools don’t have 1:1 iPad programs. Most use shared iPads carts or have just a few iPads in their classroom,” says Dana Pagar, co-founder of Teachley. “Teachers who don’t have their own full set of iPads need the same opportunities to individualize instruction.”

In addition to tracking and adapting to individual students, Addimal Adventure 2.0 also introduces interactive mini-lessons that adapt based on children’s performance, reteaching concepts for struggling learners and introducing new concepts for advancing learners. The app now includes more adaptive gameplay: a new memory tool helps speed up the game play for more advanced students and the speed round slows down for students who need extra time.

While most addition apps focus on drill with digital worksheets and flashcards, Addimal Adventure 2.0 aligns with Common Core State Standards that emphasize teaching different strategies to solve problems. “The way the blocks break apart to show counting on has been a great reinforcement for my students. This app has motivated my students to learn multiple ways to add numbers quickly,” says Apple Distinguished Educator Mauri Dufour, 2nd grade teacher, Auburn, ME.

Addimal Adventure also takes advantage of the new zoom and crop features of iOS7.  Teachers can take fun pictures of their students and classrooms to make it easier for kids to recognize their profiles.

Teachley: Addimal Adventure 2.0 is available in Apple’s App Store for free during this promotional period worldwide. Visit for more information, including videos and screenshots of the app. Teachers can also sign up to participate in Teachley’s pilot data program on the website.

Teachley: Addimal Adventure was developed by Teachley, an edtech company founded in 2011 by former teachers with PhDs in Cognition and Learning. Teachley was one of 6 companies out of hundreds of applicants to receive two prestigious Small Business Innovation Research grants, totalling $1.05M from the U.S. Department of Education.  Teachley was also recently the runner up in NBC’s Education Nation Innovation Challenge 2013.  Addimal Adventure received the Editor’s Choice Award from Children’s Technology Review, a leading review database on children’s interactive media.  Teachley’s next app, focused on multiplication, is currently in development.


Screenshot of Teacher login for Addimal Adventure 2.0.

Stay tuned for a tutorial of how to use Addimal Adventure’s new features…