|ON: Content is age-appropriate for kids this age.|
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may not be right for some kids.
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|NOT FOR KIDS: Not appropriate for kids any age.|
Parents need to know that Freefall Money provides kids with a fun way to practice counting money with coins. There are three different modes of play: Fill the piggy bank with the requested amount of money using different combinations of coins; enter the amount of money available; and add up a group of coins. Gameplay is very straightforward and will likely require no adult instruction; games are based on simply swiping the coins and dumping them into the correct bank or group, or choosing correct numbers on a number pad. Some basic knowledge of how much coins are worth and the real-life concept of counting money is probably necessary first before kids will fully comprehend these games. Kids are rewarded for playing by earning tropical fish for a tank and then being able to clean the tank and feed them.
Kids can learn how to count coins (U.S. money and euros), and also practice addition while becoming more familiar with money. Kids also gain practice in counting by 5s, 10s, and 25s simply because of the values of the coins. Unless a parent is available to help, it helps if kids are already familiar with the values of each of the coins (nickels are worth 5 cents, for example). Freefall Money provides fun practice in counting, adding, and visually estimating how much groups of coins are worth.
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