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Fantastic for working on basic math skills! Earn monsters, build up a tropical island, and progressively cooler dance routines for addition and subtraction, and a planet star base for multiplication and division and basic algebra. It’s a fun way for kids to do math while they don’t realize they are being purposefully exposed to number patterns, ones, tens, multiples, differences, substitution, etc. It’s a practice app, not a teaching app. If you want a teaching app, use Endless Numbers another Originator app, or ToDo Math. We’ve had this since it was released and it’s nice to see it evolve. My kid started using this, when he was 4 or 5, and still loves it at 8. Before he could read, I used to read him the missions. (It would be nice if they were recorded for late readers.) The daily quests are a nice motivator. It’d be great to see more mini-games and rewards.
I was looking for an app to help my 9 year old with multiplication, so I thought I would try this. I had no idea how helpful it was going to be for her addition/subtraction as well. In response to some people who have written that the problems can be repetitive. They seem to be designed that way on purpose, and for good reason. The app helps kids memorize the combinations numbers of common sums so they don’t have to rely on counting all the time ie: all the different ways you can make 14. This has had a huge impact on my daughter’s math calculation speed. And the best part is my daughter loves this app. It does a great job of teaching math and gives kids high rewards for doing it. I believe there is one small draw back that prevented me from giving it 5 stars. I think the multiplication app requires too much knowledge of the times table already. Also, unlike the addition/subtraction side, it jumps around a lot between different times tables. I needed to give my daughter a multiplication chart so she didn’t get too frustrated. I think this app would be 5 stars if the lower levels of the multiplication could focus on one or two sets of times tables at a time to build confidence and memorization. For example it could start with 0,1, and 2; then go to 2 and 3, etc, etc.. Otherwise, I can’t say enough good things about it. There really isn’t any other apps like it.
It has some of the whimsy, but that's it. The UI is a confusing mess for kids and adults alike, it uses 3D poorly and makes it hard to see and interact with the objects in the game (no camera control and confusing layout reminiscent of mid-90’s games - in a bad way). It’s reading heavy which makes it unsuitable for young children who otherwise could benefit. So far I can’t locate anything to do other than the column block adding game, which is so repetitive even my four year old groans at it (14’s *again*?). Nothing about it is approachable, entertaining, or fun. It’s rote drilling of the worst kind. The whole purchase system feels like this was going to be a F2P micro transaction abomination, not an enjoyable educational title.
My 9 year old was having trouble with math. I sent him to kumon and he hated it. He would cry doing the worksheets and take forever to finish them. I started worrying because he seemed so stressed out over kumon and I didn’t want him to start hating math as a subject, so I decided to look for an alternative. In comes this app. He loves it and races to do it right after school everyday. He’s actually doing really well with it and no more crying over not being able to finish worksheets. Kumon might work for some kids, but I think my son has a differently wired brain, so I’m glad that an app like MathTango exists. It’s amazing, engaging, and most of all fun. I don’t think he even realizes how much he’s learning while he’s playing with this app. We love it!
I have tried many math apps for my 2 kids, now 4 and 7. This is the only one that they both love to play and don’t feel like it is work. It is really well done. They always want to get more monsters and build their city. It’s very fun but they also learn through the puzzles. It starts off with adding 0’s and 1’s to doubles to double digits etc....A big tip would be to edit the curriculum (it’s easy, you can just click the topics) so it can focus in on your child’s level or it allows you to focus on an area you think they need more practice on. Also, the support for the app is excellent. I emailed them a question and they responded with a helpful answer almost immediately.
Developed by Originator Inc..
MathTango is ranking in Education & Family & Games & Puzzle
Last update was at Feb 19, 2020and the current version is 6.0.
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MathTango have a 3 739a user reviews.
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