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By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Math videos, drills thorough, boring; rewards questionable.

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EdgeAll has lots of material and covers lots of ground. Parents and kids are likely to find something for practically any elementary level math topic. There's a nice system for homing in on specific topics and setting goals to get through those subjects. Videos are clean but basic, with a speaker talking and drawing on a whiteboard. Unfortunately, they're also dull. Although the script sounds like a parent explaining a concept to a kid, without the back and forth you get when you're talking to someone in real life, these videos often end up being quite confusing.

Lots of practice drills provide abundant opportunity for comprehension checks but are just what their name suggests: tedious, monotonous drills. The whiteboard function is neat, but drawing with the tool can be difficult due to its lack of precision, so it may not work well for kids trying to record their calculations. Finally, not all parents will appreciate the direct link between learning and material prizes. Learning can and should be rewarding in and of itself -- though, with EdgeAll's approach, it may not be.

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