Parents' Guide to

Park Math

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Early math concepts taught in a fun, interactive way.

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age 4+

Based on 1 parent review

age 4+

Educational

The game was very simple but educational. This game is good for students who are in Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten. It teaches them simple math like how to add and subtract small numbers with various examples and methods. They use simple counting methods such as adding or taking away a certain object like Apples from a certain amount or even adding/moving a specific object to a certain place or location where it properly belongs. Overall the game is simple and easy to use while educational to that certain level. This game does not really need higher order thinking skills, its very simple.

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Is It Any Good?

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PARK MATH is a fantastic app in that it teaches as well as it entertains. The way it lets kids manipulate the items onscreen really helps drive home the concepts of addition and subtraction; it lets kids see with their own eyes what it means to, say, take two away from four. The characters and settings are colorful and appealing. The activities can be played in three levels of difficulty. And there are loads of hidden animations for kids to find and activate, making the experience all the more exciting for young ones. Mixing some just-for-fun stuff in with the solid math content is a nice way to keep very young kids interested.

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