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What's it about?
Kids complete straightforward math problems to strengthen fundamental math skills such as adding, subtracting, comparing, and matching. Kids count objects from images on the screen to solve problems or use the numbers in traditional math problem format. A wide range of settings options allows parents to customize the games.
Is it any good?
For preschoolers and early elementary school kids who already know a bit of basic math, KIDS NUMBERS AND MATH can help reinforce those skills in fun ways with colorful games and encouraging voice-over instructions. For toddlers or preschoolers just learning about numbers and counting, you may need to guide them through the basics presented here a few times. Enabling the shake effects changes the games up with very little shake and without much warning, which may be confusing and frustrating for some kids.
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- Devices: Android, Kindle Fire
- Subjects: Math: addition, counting, grouping, numbers, subtraction
Language & Reading: vocabulary
- Skills: Self-Direction: effort, identifying strengths and weaknesses
Thinking & Reasoning: problem solving
- Price: $2.99
- Pricing structure: Paid
- Release date: March 27, 2011
- Category: Education
- Size: 6.20 MB
- Publisher: Intellijoy
- Version: 1.12
- Minimum software requirements: Android 1.6 and up
- Last updated: November 11, 2020
Our editors recommend
For kids who love math
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