March 25, 2009 in Educational (E)
[prMac.com] Itasca, Illinois - Fast Rabbit Software, LLC has released the newest title in the Little Hopper series of educational software for Macintosh and Windows is now available for download directly to your computer. Little Hoppers Treasure Hunt is a tool for introducing students in grades 2 through 5 to two dimensional graphing and the Cartesian coordinate system.
Fast Rabbit Software focuses on direct download educational software that allows customers to try before they buy. This method of business has many advantages including that it is better for the environment than the traditional software distribution method which results in much packaging ending up in land fills.
John Jobe, founding member of Fast Rabbit Software, LLC, says "We've seen kids really pick up skills and concepts quickly with short term drill and practice software. Just practicing with a title like Master the Facts Multiplication for ten minutes a day can make a huge difference in student's apparent ability. Little Hoppers Treasure Hunt really gets kids into graphing and they rapidly get a true solid understanding of the Cartesian coordinate system."
Fast Rabbit Software titles are now used in home and schools in all 50 states within the United States as well as four dozen other countries.
Fast Rabbit Software was founded in the spring of 2000 and was incorporated in the summer of 2003. FRS was founded with the goal of addressing the need for quality software specifically designed for the education market, because we noticed teachers were tiring of educational software that had more game content than educational content. The stated focus of Fast Rabbit Software was the creation and distribution of software that is easy to use and clearly targeted to specific educational skills. We've held to that focus and have just celebrated our 8th anniversary with Fast Rabbit Software titles now being used in homes and schools in every state within the United States as well as four dozen other countries. Fast Rabbit Software is based in Itasca, Illinois. The staff is comprised of individuals who collaborate mainly via the Internet. Sales and distribution of our software is also primarily via the Internet although demos of our titles are frequently included on CD ROMs that accompany popular magazines.