Todo Math

App review by Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media
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age 5+

Great daily practice for a range of abilities.

Android Free to try Education

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age 4+

Excellent Math Games!

We've used this to help our child, who is pretty advanced academically for her age, practice math content that is challenging beyond what school gives her. We LOVE it! One thing I especially like is that most games require no reading, or very little reading; Most games requiring reading have a button that will have a button that will read the instructions to the kid. That is so helpful for kids whose math skills may be well ahead of their reading skills. There's a 'learning path' option, where the kid is given a variety of games and the level of difficulty rachets up as you go - this could be great for a homeschooing curriculum (It's divided into a couple of games per "day", but you can play as many as you want straight through.) There's also the 'free-play' option, where you can play most of the games at any level of difficulty. I really like this because each game does an AWESOME job at gently racheting up the difficulty. For example, there's a 'falling shapes' game that teaches geometry. It starts by just asking you to identify basic shapes - circles, squares, etc. As it gets harder it starts asking you to find big/small shapes, find all the shapes with at least X many sides, at least X many angles, and by the end it's asking you to find quarter and half shapes using fractional notation. Most of the games really are almost a different game when you compare the first and last difficulty level. Topics covered by the games include: -Addition and subtraction up through 100 -Number line familiarity -Time telling and money -Measurement -Geometry/shapes -Word problems -Basic multiplication -Greater than/less than/equal -Logic (Towers of Hanoi) -Counting by groups and place value (10s and 1s)

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App Details

  • Device: Android
  • Subjects: Math: addition, counting, multiplication, numbers, subtraction
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning: part-whole relationships, problem solving, thinking critically
  • Pricing structure: Free to try ($69.99/year)
  • Release date: June 17, 2014
  • Category: Education
  • Topics: Numbers and Letters
  • Publisher: Locomotive Labs
  • Version: 2.0
  • Minimum software requirements: Android 4.4 and up
  • Last updated: January 26, 2022

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