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To offer an educational boost to South African children, Spar is covering a 1-year FREE subscription to the Numberwise app, and this is how to get yours!


South Africa (06 April 2020) – While children are on school holidays right now, they won’t be for very long, and Spar wants to ensure the youth of South Africa have access to a useful resource.

To do so, Spar is covering the fee for a 1-year subscription to the Numberwise app. The app helps children master basic mathematics, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Numberwise is a powerful basic numeracy programme which has a structured course of 150 lessons and allows even the weakest learner to become brilliant at mental maths. The programme enables learners to work at their own pace while all calculations are stored in the cloud, providing important analytics for monitoring learner progress by parent or teacher.

Through a series of structured lessons and tests, learners will quickly grasp the foundation principles. This is fundamental to a learner’s progressions toward more complex mathematical calculations in Numberwise.

Spar hopes to boost the numeracy skills of children, and this app allows for it to be done in the comfort of their own homes.

If you would like to access this offer for your children, you can use the below information to register. All registrations during April, May and June will be able to access this deal.

Use registration or discount code: SPAR185-365

Source: Spar
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