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Kids can practice their multiplication math facts, especially with a focus on finding the factors of a number. Games cover multiplication tables from 1-13.
Ease of Play
Kids with multiplication knowledge will have little trouble figuring out what to do, but there is no tutorial or math help.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
There are plenty of ways to practice math facts -- and while this is a fine choice, it also doesn't shine. One of the things that make Moji Multi unique is that it drills multiplication facts in the reverse of many other methods. That is, instead of being asked, "What is 3 x 7?" kids have to determine the factors of 21. This isn't the most direct approach to memorizing the tables, but it's helpful for kids to be able to calculate in both directions. Beyond that, however, Moji Multi isn't particularly fun or engaging. Dragging tiles over and over into a grid feels tedious after a while, and there's little motivation midway through to keep on going. The end images are boring, especially for the target age. Without any instruction or help, it also isn't all that useful for learning the tables in the first place. Moji Multi is a free app, which means it's certainly worth taking a look to see if it fits your kid's needs, but there are other options that most kids will be more motivated to play.
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