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Games are leveled, and designed to increase in difficulty. Appropriate hints are provided to support your child as they practice and build their maths skills.
It even introduces odd and even numbers. Montessori resources such as number rods and sandpaper letters are reinvented for the digital age to provide a rich learning experience for preschoolers. This app also features language support for 7 different languages.
The handwriting recognition engine helps to reinforce number formation and addition and subtraction are taught from and to Players embark on epic math adventure across three unique environments: Works on both the iPhone and the iPad with one purchase.
What works really well is that the game uses concrete objects to represent abstract numbers: Fun animal animations and sound effects help school children master the number line, and get a real feel for how big or small numbers really are.
The first 6 levels are free, and a further 18 levels can be accessed with an in-app purchase. Why spend time mindlessly matching coloured shapes when with this game you can clear the game board by matching numbers based on the rules given at each level.
Scoring a consistent 4. You can customize the game to focus on particular operations and number ranges while your child defends themselves against Tomato-San, who is building a robotic army to steal their tasty math treasure!
Which maths iPad apps have worked well for your child? Tell me in the comments below!
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