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By Leslie Crenna, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Glitzy, core-aligned math lessons grab kids' attention.

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Buzzmath wraps solid, easy-to-navigate content in a dynamic package. Relatively standard, dry content is jazzed up by concise, just-in-time explanations, varied question types, calculator and drawing tools, and interactive controls including arrows that move along number lines and dynamic graphing.

A video briefing explains the unfortunate fate of Buzz City: a nefarious presence erased the mathematical knowledge base except for Prof. Bowtie. Kids can choose from 28 diverse creatures and characters to unlock and complete missions (read: improve math knowledge) to restore the city to its previous grandeur. Although these motivational strategies are slightly contrived and not really integrated to the content, they're still fun. The price is a bit of an investment, but Buzzmath is worth it.

Website Details

  • Subjects: Math : algebra, division, equations, estimation, fractions, functions, geometry, graphing, measurement, numbers, probability, ratio, statistics
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning : applying information, decision-making, defining problems, part-whole relationships
  • Genre: Educational
  • Topics: STEM
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 25, 2018

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