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Math Agent

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Kids battling with math as their weapons = everyone wins.

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age 8+

Based on 1 parent review

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

This is a clever way for kids -- even reluctant math learners -- to practice math skills together while having a lot of fun along the way. Math Agent plays on the popularity of trading card games (such as Pokémon) while sneaking in lots of practice. It's quite brilliant and it's bound to draw in kids who love a bit of a challenge and a lot of competition. It would be helpful if there were mini-lessons for each of the cards beyond the basics. The descriptions and examples on the cards help, but if kids haven't learned a skill or term, there's not enough to help them figure it out. The iOS version of the app occasionally freezes and crashes, which is especially frustrating at the end of a long multiplayer match when you're in the lead. Still, it's a way to make math more fun and to engage with each other, and it's something that can be enjoyed across skill levels. A great add for late elementary and middle school devices.

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