Website review by Emily Pohlonski, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 7+

Free but bland way for kids to master math basics.

Parents say

age 11+

Based on 123 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 218 reviews

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age 18+


my 12-year-old comes home crying because she cant pass addition this game is horrible this dude is bald and he says to keep trying you will eventually get better all he does is tell you how bad you are I don't recommend this sucks and stresses out ur kids and students I bet he is in his apartmet after his 20th girlfriend eating bad ice cream and crying about his girlfriend cheating on him I don't recommend it for kids

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Too much violence
3 people found this helpful.
age 18+


LISTEN. girl, I created an account for this stupid app I AM SOOO DONE WITH ALL THESE STUPID FREE MATH APPS!!! Girl, my 18-year-old daughter is having trouble with this app on addition it only gives you 3 seconds to answer do so I went to XtraMath and I saw a bald 50 y/o man in his trashed apartment sobbing while eating mayo on a knife because his 14th girlfriend broke up with him with a green screen trying to hide it! this is the worst app I have ever seen!
3 people found this helpful.

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