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What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can practice basic math operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. If kids play the timed version of the game, they can also learn how to solve math problems efficiently.
Ease of Play
Good tutorial and math difficulty setting up-front make this game easy to play. Still, some younger kids may need a few tries to master the jump control.
Violence & Scariness
The player "shoots" a laser gun in a cartoon-like way.
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
This fun math game may be especially useful for kids who need more than flash cards to stay engaged while learning basic math operations. The characters on Maths: Super Elite are cute and customizable, and the arcade-style gameplay has math cleverly embedded to practice in Common Core math standards. Parents and teachers will find the multiple settings options helpful to match problems in the game to each kid's (up to five per app) current math level. Some kids on the younger side of the recommended age range (6 and under) may find the game controls a bit difficult to master at first, but the effort to keep trying to learn the taps and double taps is well worth the valuable math practice that can be achieved here amid the fun.
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