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OPINION: Accidental learning and toys

James Eadon from Captica, believes toys can better educate children if manufacturers come together.
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Suprise! You can turn mathematics into a fun game – and vice versa.

One of our missions at Captica is to use such games and toys to educate.

School pupils can learn mathematics at all ages, from five and up, through ‘accidental’ learning. This is all about playing first, and having the mathematics explained afterwards.

Captica games, such as Culica – a cube game with pegs of four colours – can be used to teach mathematics in a cheerful, addictive way.

Read the full opinion piece here.

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