How KooBits is Engaging the Digital Kids

You know it, parents: every time you utter the words “assessment books” to your child, they slump their shoulders and shuffle to their desks. It’s a scenario all of us at KooBits abhor, simply because we believe children should enjoy learning – especially when today’s tablets and smartphones have such great potential as not just entertainment devices, but mainstream learning platforms.

A New Way to Practise

Through years of working with educators, parents, and children, we’ve developed what we call Motivation Dynamics™: gamification and learning techniques that we’ve integrated into KooBits. Here are a few features of KooBits that may seem insignificant, but actually make an impact on your child’s learning:

Unlimited Accessto all levels and subjects.
Not all children are at the same level in progress, especially when it comes to different subjects. Case in point, if your child is currently in Primary 3 but her level in English supersedes her peers, so she could very well be completing P5 tests. Another, albeit not so favourable scenario, could be that your child is in P2 but finds P2 math too stressful and challenging–he can easily go back to P1 sums and revise so that he understand the concepts that he is struggling with. This will ease the tension as he can do it in his own time and at his own pace.

These books are not merely MCQ questions; they are carefully formulated with over 32 different types of interactive templates for the sole purpose of engaging your child, knowing that children in general have short attention spans.

Children who are already members on the KooBits portal, on average, practice 24 assessment books and score 15 A+ on a monthly basis. In fact, it’s guaranteed that your child will be so hooked that he or she will practice at least 20-bite sized assessment books in a month.


Personalised learning

Koobits has a reward system that motivates your child in a form of points, badges and virtual credits. This encourages your child to practice more books to build a “positive behaviour” momentum, which will ultimately lead to better grades. Needless to say, practice makes perfect.

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Bringing out the confidence in your child

At KooBits, your kids will be in a positive learning environment. KooBits research discovered that our kids do not receive enough affirmative feedback. Positive reinforcement is very important to keep your child motivated, confident and ready to achieve even better results. So our assessment tests are designed to provide instant praise prompts frequently–this inadvertently helps your child develop a mindset that if they keep trying, they will ultimately do better.

Hear it from the parents

Parents who have tried and tested KooBits have realistic insights on the benefits of completing KooBits’ assessments instead of the regular “old school” papers.

“My daughter is a brilliant girl, but lazy and only interested in playing games. But now she’s interested in KooBits after seeing her name on the Scoreboard.” – Joji Thomas, Parent of P1 Student Joanne Thomas

“KooBits EDU tackled the most difficult part of a child’s learning journey – motivation. By letting a child to compete for top honour, my daughter is very motivated to become the highest scorer and actually was learning along the way without knowing that she was actually learning. She plays and learns. It is great!” – Koh Shoon Kuan, Parent of P3 Student Koh Kai Qi

“Interactive programme and able to capture her attention and develop her interest in learning.” – Roger Chua, Parent of P1 Student Chloe Chua Jia Xuan

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Hear it from the kids

These children’s perspectives, after doing the assessment tests first hand, will give you a better idea of how much your kid can gain and achieve in a short period of time.

“I started doing KooBits EDU 7 weeks ago and I have 138 A+ scores now!” – Max Foo, P5 Student KooBits Education AwardsOutstanding Academic Acheivement


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