Tizi Games, a mobile educational games start-up in Kenya has designed a collection of math games, to help students improve on the subject while the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown poses a challenge on in-class teaching.
Tizi Games is a new platform of interactive & educational games that give kids a fun way of understanding the most important concepts taught in the standard Kenyan Curriculum.
The two newest math games on Tizi are called Explosive math and Tuhesabu Bano targeting students from the ages of six to ten.
In Explosive Math, students from class one to class four must save the world from crashing meteors by answering math questions. The game helps the students to easily revise their math based on the approved CBC curriculum.
Tizi Games mirror the new CBC curriculum as it encourages imagination, creativity, and critical thinking among children.
Meanwhile, Tuhesabu Bano (Swahili slang word meaning to count balls), is based on the classic “Banos” schoolyard game that many of the parents grew up with. It is a game cutting across the ages and is a math game meant to jog one’s mind in a more fun and interactive manner.
Tizi’s interactive games create opportunities for problem-solving and reinforcing the cognitive abilities of the student.
The games are accessible and paid on a mobile web-based platform, www.Tizi.Games and therefore any parent with a smartphone can subscribe on behalf of their children at just 10 Bob per week.