4th Grade Math: Splash Math Worksheets Game
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that 4th Grade Math: Splash Math Worksheets Game is a fun and engaging resource filled with interactive worksheets and a handful of arcade-style games. Kids can use the app to practice skills while earning rewards to unlock the games. There are more than 100 worksheets that cover 12 math topics including place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, geometry, and more. The app even includes an option in the parents' section for assigning homework and an option to set practice reminders. Parents should keep in mind that there are tiny pop-up ads for the developer's other apps that regularly appear on the home screen. Also, the reward system is separate from the learning process, so you'll have to make sure your kids doesn't get lost there.
What's it about?
4TH GRADE MATH: SPLASH MATH WORKSHEETS GAME is a content-rich math tool filled with grade-appropriate interactive worksheets. Kids can earn points for answering questions, and the points build up to "UFO" rewards, which kids can use to unlock games. The worksheets have a built-in scratch pad for writing out calculations, and feedback for incorrect answers is nicely detailed with mathematical explanations. The parents' section is great for viewing progress reports, looking up a history of gameplay, and assigning homework.
Is it any good?
4th Grade Math: Splash Math Worksheets Game is packed with worksheets that cover all the skills a fourth-grader needs to master to be successful in math. Earning points and rewards to unlock games is motivating, and the brightly designed worksheets are engaging. Unfortunately, the rewards aren't baked in to the learning process, so some kids might end up distracted. Also, some of the worksheets can be a bit redundant, but this is a necessary part of practicing skills and becoming fluent in them. With more than 100 worksheets that cover 12 topics, along with detailed progress reports, the app is a solid buy.
Families can talk about...
Encourage kids to carefully read the feedback for incorrect answers, and review the correct answers together.
View kids' progress reports and assign homework as needed for extra practice.
|Devices:||iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad|
|Subjects:||Math: addition, algebra, division, equations, fractions, geometry, measurement, multiplication, numbers, patterns, shapes, subtraction|
|Skills:||Thinking & Reasoning: applying information, memorization|
|Pricing structure:||Free to Try, Paid, Free (A free version in the App Store has a limit of 20 questions per day.)|
|Release date:||October 28, 2013|
|Topics:||Space and aliens|
|Minimum software requirements:||iOS 5.1 or later|