Multiply Pizza Pie by FizzBrain Apps -Review



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What we love…

Develops number sense and understanding of what multiplication means. Multi-sensory, no time constraints, can work at their own pace, maths strategies, fun theme

What we’d love to see…

More ability to organize the restaurant accessories

Summary

Multiply Pizza Pie is a great introduction to multiplication as it helps develop the players number sense as they physically tap out the plates and toppings. It helps to turn the abstract concept of a multiplication equation into real life by relating them to food orders. A very useful app for students starting to learn multiplication and for students with special needs or who need extra help to really understanding multiplication

Our Rating

Multiply Pizza PieMultiplication is an important foundational mathematics skill, and one that many students struggle to master. Developing understanding of multiplication and strategies for multiplication within 100, is part of the Common Core standards for 3rd grade math in the U.S.A. Often students are encouraged to use flash cards to learn their multiplication facts by “drill and kill,”  but this doesn’t help them really understand the concepts. Multiply Pizza Pie by Fizz Brain apps is a new Edapp that uses a different approach to teaching multiplication, without rote memorization. Multiply Pizza Pie has a restaurant theme and players practice their multiplication skills whilst serving food to diners in their restaurant. The app allows multiple student profiles and lets the player choose whether to work on x2345, x6789 or on multiples of any individual number from 2-9. The app contains both an animated tutorial and a video tutorial that explain how to use the app. Before they start serving food to their diners, players can select to read the “multiplication strategies.” This gives students skills they can use to work out the more difficult multiples using ones they may already know e.g. using knowledge of  2x to work out questions involving 3x.

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Gameplay

The player is working in a restaurant and receives a food order e.g. the diner wants 5 pizzas each with 4 pepperoni on it. The player taps on the pizza 5 times to throw out the required number of pizzas, then taps on each pizza four times to get the right number of toppings. Once they have prepared the food they tap on “ready”. If they have made a mistake with the toppings the incorrect plate(s) are highlighted. Extra plates or toppings can be removed by swiping. Counting out the plates and tapping out the toppings add a tactile element to working out the equation that is similar to using manipulatives in the classroom.

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When the order is correct they move to to making the guest check – to do this they have to create a multiplication sentence. The diner is charged $1 per topping so to calculate the check they multiply the number of plates by the number of toppings on each plate. If they do this correctly a check is created and they earn the money they have charged the customer, if it is incorrect they can try again until it is right.

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 They then serve the completed order in the restaurant by throwing the food to the customer. My son found this hilarious as he discovered he could also bounce the meals off the walls until it arrived at the customer. As the food is served the narrator counts the numbers of toppings served, so if 4 pizzas each with 6 toppings are delivered they would count 6,12,18,24 – further reinforcing multiples of 6.

 

Rewards

The restaurant is initially unfurnished and players can use the money they earn from food sales to buy furniture, artwork, decorative features and accessories.

The players start only serving pizza in an Italian restaurant, but as they play they can unlock new toppings, new dishes and new restaurants .  When they unlock a new restaurant they automatically start serving in it, and don’t have the option to go back to the previous restaurant. The new restaurant is a blank slate with none of the furnishing from the previous establishment. The restaurants currently in the app are: Italian, Japanese, Mexican, American, Middle Eastern, Chinese, French, Indian, Ethiopian, Polish and Fusion.  Once they have unlocked all  ten of the restaurants this allows free play mode and they can then choose which restaurant to use.

Having the restaurants to furnish is a fun reward, but I did find a few issues with it. The restaurant scene is quite small so gets crowded with furniture quickly, and there appears to be no way to remove old furniture to replace it with new choices. Because you can earn money quite quickly when practicing higher order multiples, you can run out of things to spend it on as you have no room to display new purchases. However, the money does transfer so you can use it to decorate your new restaurant when you unlock it. I also found that sometimes moving a piece of furniture caused it to duplicate, so you could have 3 identical paintings and 4 identical tables which could be frustrating when you have only a small place to decorate.

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Reporting

The app records which group of multiples the student worked on for a particular date e.g [x2345], [x7], [x6789] and how many problems they did for each set. This can be viewed as a daily, weekly or monthly report, which can be emailed to a teacher or parent. Because the app uses errorless learning there is no indication of “right” or “wrong” answers (the student has to complete it correctly to be able to finish the problem). There is also no indication of whether they got the multiplication sentence correct on the first try or if they needed multiple attempts. The reports are useful to show what the student has been working on, but won’t give any indication or whether or not they have mastery of that multiple.

Summary

Multiply Pizza Pie is a great introduction to multiplication as it helps develop the players number sense as they physically tap out the plates and toppings. It helps to turn the abstract concept of a multiplication equation into real life by relating them to food orders. The app uses multiple senses as the student hears the order, feels the numbers as they tap out the toppings and sees the problem as a written sentence,  a maths equation and as physical objects. I like the fun cartoon-like illustrations and how all the gameplay ties into the restaurant theme as students see real-life applications for using maths skills. This app would be very useful for students just starting to learn multiplication and for students with special needs or others who need some extra help in really understanding multiplication. My daughter is almost at the end of 3rd grade and has been working on learning multiplication this school year, I wish the app had been available at the start of the school year as I think she would have picked up the concepts more quickly. At this point in time she knows most of her multiplication facts within 100 but just needs more practice to know them 100%. At the stage she is at the gameplay was a little slow for her, but what she found really useful was the strategies for using familiar multiples to work out more difficult ones. After playing the app I have seen her using these strategies to solve problems and even teaching them to her brother, and that alone is more than worth the cost of the app!

 

iTunes Link: Multiply Pizza Pie – FIZZBRAIN LLC

Multiply Pizza Pie Multiply Pizza Pie by FIZZBRAIN LLC

Price: $2.99 USD

Multiply Pizza Pie is a super fun math game that helps children master multiplication facts while building strong number sense! It is the OPPOSITE of "drill and kill"!

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Dragon Shapes – Lumio Geometry Challenge By Lighthouse Learning – Review




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What we love…

bright, colorful high quality graphics, engaging gameplay, fully narrated, fun, challenging and educational

What we’d love to see…

Addition of multiple player profiles, even more levels!

Summary

Highly recommended- Dragon Shapes is the best kind of educational app: players will have so much fun solving all the tangram puzzles that they won’t realize they are learning important mathematical concepts at the same time.

Our Rating

Dragon Shapes - Lumio Geometry Challenge (Full Version)first reviewed Dragon Shapes back in October 2013 and loved it, and with a major update to version 2.0 it is even better now!  It has more puzzles, new settings, new rewards, an option to play against the clock, a new parents guide and best of all it is now fully narrated.

There is a free version with in-app purchase for a full unlock, and full paid version without IAP. All external links are in the locked parents section.

Dragon Shapes is a Tangram app with a difference, it teaches geometry using a series of 80 tangram puzzles and also incorporates a story about the legend of the first Shape Master. The story is told as a series of short animated movies between sections of puzzles.

Druzzle the Dragon lives in the village of Tan in ancient China. One night whilst watching smoke rising from the chimneys in the village, Druzzle sees smoke in the shape of the dragon; he follows it and gets lost. The village folk are distraught and want to find him, the only clue is some dragon scales of different shapes that he left behind – will re-arranging them give a clue? They arrange the scales to form a butterfly and one brave warrior follows it on a quest to get Druzzle back. To succeed in the quest he must solve many different puzzles and become the Shape Master! As the player works their way through the tangram puzzles, they too acquire the skills needed to become a Shape Master. For each puzzle they can earn up to 3 lightening bolts, and at the end of each section they can see how close they are coming to being a Shape Master, both in terms of number of puzzles completed and number of lightning bolts collected.

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There are 4 sections, each containing 20 puzzles. In the parents section there is an option to switch on or off puzzle locks, if the locks are on the player must complete the puzzles in order, if off they can do them in whatever order they wish. The locks can also be reset. This is useful if a new player is using the app. I’d love to also see multiple player profiles added- I have several kids who all like to play this app, so it can be hard to keep track of who is on what level.

Each section includes 20 tangram puzzles in a theme: butterfly shapes, water shapes, mountain shapes and starlight shapes. As the player completes the puzzles they also learn mathematical terminology, and learn about the properties of different geometric shapes. The puzzles start very simple, such as putting 2 triangles together to make a square, and increase in complexity as you move through the levels. If the player gets stuck tapping on the light bulb symbol will reveal hints one step at a time, the hints can be switched off in settings if you wish. If they make it through an entire level without using any hints they earn a dragon scroll. A new addition in this update is that the app is now fully narrated – this is a great improvement, as it now makes the app fully accessible to children who aren’t yet proficient readers.

The tangram puzzles use various sized triangles, a square and a parallelogram. The player is given the correct number of pieces, but may need to rotate them to solve the puzzle. The puzzles are simple in the early levels and gradually evolve to very complex ones in the higher levels. As they complete the puzzles players learn how different shapes relate to each other, and how you can create one geometric shape using others, for instance you can create a pentagon using five triangles. They also learn that there is more than one way to create a particular shape using combinations of shapes. For an additional challenge in the final section, starlight shapes, players learn to “copy shapes” by re-creating a shape without a template to fit the pieces in.

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The app is designed for 6-10 year-olds, but I believe it will appeal to a much wider range of ages than. With the addition of narration it will appeal to some younger students, and the tangrams are fun an challenging enough that many adults will enjoy solving them -I know I do ! This is an app my whole family enjoys playing, and that has stood the test of time, all of my children were excited to learn that there were 30 new puzzles to solve and couldn’t wait to try them out.

By playing the app students learn to look at shapes in a whole new way. They work on spatial awareness, visualization and rotation skills as well as learning terminology and attributes of different geometric shapes. Dragon Shapes is the best kind of educational app: it has bright, colorful high quality graphics and engaging gameplay; it is fun, challenging and educational. Highly recommended! Players will have so much fun solving all the tangram puzzles that they won’t realize they are learning important mathematical concepts at the same time. A great educational app made even better with the new update !

Full version: Dragon Shapes – Lumio Geometry Challenge (Full Version) – Lighthouse Learning

Dragon Shapes - Lumio Geometry Challenge (Full Version) Dragon Shapes - Lumio Geometry Challenge (Full Version) by Lighthouse Learning

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Dragon Shapes: Geometry Challenge – Lighthouse Learning

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Review of Math Shake by Top Story Apps – Thousands of Math Word Problems to Decode and Solve



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What we love…

Works on a understanding turning word problems into numerical equations, covers a large range of ages and abilities, customizable. Ability to record videos of how you solved the problem.

What we’d love to see…

more detailed instructions on using the tools, ability to more easily see calculated answer from checking page, individual student profiles and data tracking

Summary

Math Shake for Schools is a very flexible math app that can be used for a large range of student ages and abilities. It covers Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division and works on the important skill of learning to convert word problems into numerical equations.

Our Rating

Math Shake for SchoolsMath Shake is a new educational app from Top Story Apps. It is available in two versions- a free version  with in-app purchases -“Math Shake” and a full version without IAP – “Math Shake for Schools”. The full version costs $4.99 and includes 6 levels designed for children from 6 years to 14 years old. The free version includes 1 level “confident” for 8-9 year olds, other levels can be purchased for $1.99 each or the full app unlocked for $4.99; buying any in-app purchase also unlocks the interactive whiteboard feature. The full app includes 1,000’s of questions over the 6 levels, plus the interactive whiteboard, this review is of the full version. More information about Math Shake and FAQ are available online with the links behind a parental gate.

The app is customizable to the student’s level – you first pick which of the 6 levels to work at and then you can choose to work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or any combination of these. There are no individual profiles, or tracking of questions answered or how many attempts the student needs to correctly answer.

The app works on one specific area of the math curriculum – taking mathematical word problems and converting them into numerical equations, then solving them. Seeing the numerical problem within a word problem is an area many students struggle with, and mastering it is also a useful skill for bringing mathematical skills into solving real-life maths problems.

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First the student is presented with a word problem, an example at the easiest level is: “Andrea has 2 beetroot and gets 4 more. How many does she have now?” Tapping on a number causes it to be encircled and the student can then move it to the correct place within a blank equation. Tapping on key words such as “many” or “more” will bring them to a screen where they choose whether this question should be represented by +, -, x, or ÷, they tap on the correct choice and move it to the equation. If they are unsure which words to tap the words will shake to give a hint. If the child gets the equation right they can move on to working out their answer, if incorrect they are told to double check and try again. If they need help in creating the equation, tapping on the lightbulb will give them hints, first giving a general idea on what to do, then step-by-step help if they need it. If the child can not read the question, they can tap the speech bubble and it will be narrated by a computer generated voice engine.

When they are ready to work out the answer they move to the interactive whiteboard. They can use a pen to work out the problem, and a variety of other tools are also available. The tools include: counters, tens frames, arrays, pie tool, number line; different colored and sized pens and erasers; plus the ability to type and add hollow or solid rectangular/ square or circular/ ovoid shapes. Tapping the lightbulb will give hints on how to use the whiteboard and tools. I would like to see more detailed help available on using these tools, they work well if the student is already comfortable with using them, but students who are unfamiliar with a tool or unsure on the best way to use it may struggle to get the most from the tools.

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Once the student is happy with their answer they move on to a new screen to check it. You can see the previous screen very faintly when checking the answer, but have to position the answer very carefully to be able to read it. In the higher levels where the answer can have many decimal places this can make it hard to accurately transcribe the answer. It would be nice to have a designated box at the side of the page where you write the answer and can see this box on the next page for easy reference when typing in the answer in the checker.

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Once the student has solved a problem correctly they can create a video showing the whiteboard with them narrating how they solved the problem. These videos can be saved to the camera roll or played back. I think this is great as the student can create a record of how they solved certain problems to share with their teacher or parent; it can also be used by a parent or teacher to record some “how to” videos for when the student is stuck on how to use a tool or tackle a problem.  I would love to see an option to save these in a video library within the app, so the “how to” videos could be easy to find if the student gets stuck.

Overall, Math Shake for Schools is a very flexible math app that can be used for a large range of student ages and abilities. It covers Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division and works on the important skill of learning to convert word problems into numerical equations.
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Llama Drama: Lumio Multiplication By Lighthouse Learning – Review




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What we love…

Bright, colorful, engaging graphics and animation, fully narrated, great for visual learners

What we’d love to see…

Multiple user profiles, more levels

Summary

A well-made, bright, colorful, engaging app with high quality graphics and animation, Llama Drama is useful both for children starting to learn multiplication and division, and for those struggling with it.

Our Rating

Llama Drama: Lumio Multiplication Llama Drama : Lumio Multiplication is the latest educational app from UK- based developer Lighthouse Learning.  It is their second educational app to target multiplication skills,  the first was Lumio Farm Factor: Multiply and Divide basics , which we recently reviewed. Llama drama is fully narrated, so a student who is not yet a confident reader can fully access the content.

 

Llama Drama uses the concept of arrays – a classical tool for developing an understanding of multiplication and division. With arrays the student arranges a group of objects into equal rows which helps them to visualize and understand more complex math problems.  Llama Drama has 3 sections:  Animal Arrays, Multiplying Llamas and Divide and Capture. It is an free app with a single in-app purchase to unlock the full app (currently $2.99). The free app gives you access to 11/40 levels of animal arrays, 6/20 levels of Multiplying Llamas, and 4/20 levels of Divide and Capture; which is enough to give you a good feel of the app. It has no adverts and external links are locked from within a gated parents area.

 

With the app students can learn to build the Times Tables for themselves (to more fully understand them, before memorizing them). They can also discover factors by starting with a whole number and making as many different arrays as possible. They can also use known facts to learn unknown facts by splitting and joining arrays.

Animal Arrays

In this section the child learns about the concept of arrays, and practices creating arrays by putting animals in rows in different pens. They create arrays to match the numbers they are given – first by switching around pre-made rows and later by creating their own.  They learn how you can use an array to represent a multiplication problem e.g. 3×5, and learn how to split and add arrays. This teaches them that they can use known facts to learn unknown facts by splitting and adding arrays, e.g. if they know 3×1 and 3×2 they can work out 3×3 by adding arrays (3×1) + (3×2) = (3×3). There are 40 levels in this section with 6 short animations as rewards

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Multiplying Llamas

In this section they move on to building arrays to solve problems. First they have a complete problem such as 4×8=32 which they need to represent with an array, then 1 factor is missing e.g ? x3 =21, then 2 factors e.g. ? x ? = 54.

To create an array: 1) they move their finger across the grid to create a row and the app counts how many animals in the row; then 2) they move their finger down the grid and new rows are added, as they do so the app counts how many animals are within their  array. They can move their finger left or right to change the number of animals in a row, and up or down to change the number of rows. They must keep their finger on the screen until they have completed their array; once they lift it the array is filled in with animals. If they are happy with their answer pressing the check button will submit it, if not they can just start again creating a new array. There is a hint button if they need help. There are 20 levels in this section and two short animations.

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Divide and Capture

In this section the student learns that arrays can also demonstrate division problems, so a 2×5 grid can also show 10 ÷ 5 = 2. They then move on to using arrays to solve problems with 1, then 2 missing factors. They also learn that there can be more than one answer to a question with 2 missing factors and learn to create multiple arrays for e.g. 10÷?=?. This section reinforces the fact that division and multiplication are very closely related. The higher levels demonstrate that you can use the same array to represent both a multiplication and a division problem.  Many children who can multiply are scared of division, and the app shows them how closely the two are related. It shows them that if e.g. they know how to multiply 6×4 to get 24,  they can also solve 24÷6 and 24÷4. There are 20 levels in this section and one short animation, hints are available.

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Lighthouse Learning make high quality, engaging apps that work on tricky maths concepts, and Llama Drama is a useful addition to their lineup. Many children find multiplication and division intimidating, so I think it is important to show them different approaches to solving these problems, so they can see which works best for them. For visual learners arrays can be a great way to demonstrate how to solve these problems. This app is not designed to teach the Times Tables, and children will still need to learn them, but it is designed to help children more fully understand multiplication and division and thus improve their confidence when faced with these problems. I think the addition of narration is a great feature as it makes it fully accessible to children who aren’t yet confident readers. In future updates I’d love to see multiple player profiles and more levels added. A well-made, bright, colorful, engaging app with high quality graphics and animation, Llama Drama is useful both for children starting to learn multiplication and division, and for those struggling with it.

Llama Drama: Lumio Multiplication – Lighthouse Learning

Llama Drama: Lumio Multiplication Llama Drama: Lumio Multiplication by Lighthouse Learning

Price: $FREE

The llamas are running wild! Can you untangle this farm fiasco?

Help kids understand the tricky topic of multiplication by solving visual problems.

Kids build number fluency, develop strategies.

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Quick Fractions by Shiny Things – Review




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What we love…

good drills, easy to play, plenty of opportunities to practice fractions, smile yet engaging
interface

What we’d love to see…

ability to disable the Game Center, even better handwriting recognition

Summary

This is an excellent app for those who want to get better at fractions and for those enjoy
math challenges.

Our Rating

Quick Fractions

Quick Fractions is the newest addition to Shiny Things Apps’ series of math games which include Quick Math, Quick Math+, and Quick Clocks. Quick Fractions aims to strengthen mathematical skills in fractions through rapid drills and some fun and friendly competition.

There are four different drills included in the app: equivalence, comparison, addition + subtraction, and multiplication + division. Each of these has four difficulty levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and extreme. The extreme level requires knowledge in percents and decimals in relation to fractions. Players input their answers by writing anywhere on the screen. This is great because it makes it easy to enter answers. The drawback is that players must input it in a way that the game recognizes what was written. There were times my child wrote a number and although it looked legible to me, the app did not recognize it.

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There are a total of ten problems to be solved per game and the goal is to solve them all correctly as quickly as possible. Problems may be skipped, but it will cost the player an incorrect answer and incurred time. After a game is played, the app shows the player’s time and a reward of one, two, or three stars. The player with the fastest time goes to the top of the leaderboard. Players can also challenge their friends to beat their fastest time. This gives players the option to compete against a friend or group of friends instead of against the general public. I would also like to see an option to disable the Game Center completely and have only the player’s own high scores displayed on the leaderboard. Some players may be more encouraged by competing against themselves and seeing their own scores on the leaderboard rather than by competing with others.

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Some neat features are included in this app. A progress chart allows players to track their times on all modes and difficulty levels. There is a setting for handwriting recognition which allows players to choose between two styles of writing numbers and decimals. Players can customize their names and select from a number of avatars. More avatars become available after playing several games and a certain amount of stars have been earned.

Note that this app does not teach fractions. A working knowledge of fractions is necessary to play and enjoy this game. It is well suited for older children, adults, math fans, and math wizards. It can be used as a math class supplement to help students become faster at recognizing and solving fraction problems.

Quick Fractions will stimulate the brain and help players become more adept at fractions. It can be played competitively, and it can be played leisurely. It is worth having in anyone’s app collection, especially for those who enjoy a good math workout.

Quick Fractions – Shiny Things


Quick Fractions Quick Fractions by Shiny Things

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Beyond Cats! Grade 2 Math Standards by Maypop Designs- Review




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What we love…

Fun and engaging mini games, comprehensive, multi-user capability

What we’d love to see…

double check problems and answers for accuracy

Summary

A math app covering a wide range of topics that will engage and entertain children as they learn.

Our Rating

theGames: Grade 2 Math Standards - Practice Common Core Math for 2nd Graders

“Mommy, I like this!  This is really, really, really fun!” These were the very words my daughter said to me after playing with theGames:Grade 2 Math Standards by MaypopDesigns.  MayPopDesigns is the brainchild of husband and wife Daniel and Marta Snow.  Together, they have developed engaging and artistically pleasing apps for elementary aged children that effectively encourage a love of learning.  Among their apps are Sporty Fun Puzzles, Kindergarten Math, and Grade 1 Math. This app has had a name change since the review was published to Beyond Cats! Grade 2 Math Standards – Practice Common Core Math for 2nd Graders – maypopdesigns

 

Grade 2 Math is comprehensive and is aligned with common core standards.  It covers number recognition, sequencing, all four basic operations, fractions, shapes, patterns, date, time, money, data and unit measurements, base ten, place value, relativity, positioning, and symmetry.

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Children review mathematical concepts by playing mini games.  Each game has a set of nine problems covering a single mathematical concept.  The problems to be solved are displayed on the top of the screen.  On the lower portion of the screen are nine cards that show all possible answers to choose from.  Each answer has a corresponding puzzle piece. If all nine problems are answered correctly all the pieces will fit to form a picture.  Children can check their answers by clicking on the “check your answer” tab on the right of the screen.  If the answer is correct, the puzzle piece will be in the correct spot.  If their answer is wrong, they get another chance at answering the question by clicking on the incorrect puzzle piece and sending it back to the game.

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After each mini game, children are awarded with pieces they can use to complete and collect pictures on the world map.  The world map can be found in the “score and puzzle prizes” tab.  There are over 60 pictures, each requiring 108 pieces to complete.  Children receive one piece for every correct answer.  That translates to over 6,000 correct answers or problems they have to solve to complete their collection. That is an amazing amount of math practice!

 

Grade 2 Math can be used by as many as 50 children.  Children can personalize their player names and icons.  Parents and teachers can customize their children’s experience by choosing a starting point and selecting specific topics to practice.  They can also keep track of their progress to see which topics they are proficient in and which ones they need more work on.

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There really isn’t anything I can think of to add to this app.  I did, however, find a couple of errors that need to be corrected in future updates.  There are two subtraction problems I came across with incorrect answers:  10-2 is 8, but the app showed 7 as the correct answer; 10-3 is 7, but the app showed 6 as the correct answer.  I would suggest double checking all the problems and answers for accuracy.

 

Overall, I really like this app.  Judging by my daughter’s response and how often she plays with this, I would say that Grade 2 Math by MaypopDesigns is worth adding to your math app collection.

 

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Fruity Fractions by Lighthouse Learning- Review



 

iPad Screenshot 1
What we love…

Bright colorful engaging graphics, nicely done tutorials, good introduction to fractions

What we’d love to see…

Multiple student profiles, ability to re-set progress, narration option

Summary

A bright, colorful engaging introduction to fractions.

Our Rating

Fruity FractionsFruity Fractions is the newest iOS app from UK-based Lighthouse Learning, creators of Dragon Shapes: Geometry Challenge and Shape Arts: Geometry Creations which we have previously reviewed. In their latest app, designed for 6 to 10-year-olds they tackle fractions with a fun, fruity twist. The app includes 50 levels and the student has to complete a level to unlock the next. It has a locked parents area which has a parents guide to the app, there are also external links in this area but they are disabled by default (you need to switch them on in settings). The “settings” lets you switch on or off the music, web links, hints and locks.Throughout the app the student is accompanied by Quip, a colorful bird, and mini lessons explain each concept the first time they do a problem, they can review these at any time by pressing the i button on the page.
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The app aims to teach the basics of fractions- what a fraction is, how fractions relate to a whole, what a numerator and denominator are. It works on fractions from halves to twelfths, it does not work on the concepts of comparing different fractions or on addition or subtraction of fractions. It is divided into sections each focusing on a different concept, and between each section is a short video, the videos together tell a story about Quip’s quest to get some fruit and his attempt to get his share, despite some greedy parrots.
Fruity Fractions visually demonstrates fractions using slices of different types of fruit. It shows that any shape, not just circles, can be divided into fractions as long as you cut it into equal sized pieces. The student is asked to answer a question by dragging and dropping fruit slices, numbers, fractions or symbols into the correct spot, then tapping a check box when they are done. If they get it correct they see a time for how long it took, and get a rating of 1-3 lightning bolts. If it is incorrect they see a hint and get to try again.
It starts off simply by showing how fractions are equal parts of a whole, demonstrating this by cutting a variety of colorful fruits into equal and unequal slices.
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Next, it introduces how the top number of a fraction tells you how many pieces you have, then goes on to explain that this is the numerator. Short animated videos in the sidebar show how the numerator changes as you add more slices. The student then gets to practice choosing the right numerator for each picture.
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Then the student goes on to learn that the denominator is the total number of parts that make a whole, and they practice finding both numerators and denominators.
The app starts out simply with only the right answers available, but as it goes on it gets more challenging with more choices and more details needing to be filled in by the student. By the end of the app they should be able to look at a picture showing a shape cut into equal segments with some parts missing and identify the correct fraction it shows, as well as create their own pictures to represent fractions and fill in missing numerators or denominators.
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The graphics are bright and engaging and the fruit slices drip with juice as they are moved from the cutting board into the correct spot, when I was testing the app my 1st grader daughter was watching me and immediately wanted to try it out. She was able to do questions with it that she had not yet covered in school, which was great, but she really needed me to sit with her when using the app as her reading skills are not confident enough to use it independently. I would love to see a narration option added. My 4th grade son also tested the app out, he felt the graphics were appealing and the app well done, but he was already confident in all the material covered, so thought it suitable for a younger student or one at his grade who was struggling with fractions.The app does not have multiple student profiles, which would be really useful if you have more than one child working on it, I also could not find a way to re-set the progress without uninstalling the app, I’d love to see these added in a future update.

Overall, a bright, colorful engaging introduction to fractions.


Fruity Fractions Fruity Fractions by Lighthouse Learning

Price: $2.99 USD

Hungry for a new math discovery? This juicy number snack introduces basic fractions in a fun and fruity way!

Kids solve tasty challenges and unlock the story of some greedy parrots with a taste.

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Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo by One Monk Clapping – Review



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iPhone Screenshot 1

What we love…

Engaging 3-D animated graphics, ability to explore scenes, large range of topics covered.

What we’d love to see…

Data tracking, multiple player profiles, seesaw to visibly balance.

Summary

A a must-have preschool math app- it  covers a wide range of topics, uses auditory and visual supports, has high quality 3-D animated graphics, is engaging and FUN!

Our Rating

Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo is a universal educational app from One Monk Clapping, it is available as a free download allowing you to access 3 mini-games. The full app contains 12 mini-games. It contains no adverts or social media links and the in-app purchase is behind a parental gate (accessed by answering multiplication questions). April 2014: there is now also a full version available without IAP.

The app contains a series of mini-games that work on different foundation math skills. The games are divided into 3 areas: Farm games, Forest Games and Asia Games. One game in each area is free, you can unlock any area for $1.99 or all three areas for $3.99. Both written and verbal directions are given for each game. If a child gets a question wrong they are gently encouraged to try again, and right answers are greeted with positive encouragement such as cheers, balloons and streamers.

Farm Games:

These are set in a farmyard scene and 3-D animated animals are used as manipulatives, the child can explore the scene by scrolling around, and the animals will follow. Touching objects in the scene will trigger narration about that object and sometimes trigger movement too. Tapping on animals will trigger sound effects and sometimes movements.

Counting (free):

This game practices counting from one to ten. A group of farm animals comes on to the screen and the student is asked e.g. “how many chickens are there?”. They can choose from a selection of multiple choice answers, but if they need more help they can touch the animals one by one and the app will count with them both verbally and numerically.

iPhone Screenshot 2

Who is Missing:

A group of farm animals run onto the screen in a pattern, but one is missing. The child must choose the correct animal and then it will run to the group to complete the pattern.

Which Group is Bigger:

There are two groups of farm animals in the field, the child must pick which group has more animals.

Who Am I:

The farm animals are roaming around the farm, the child is asked to pick a specific type of animal from the group.

Forest Games
These games are set in a woodland clearing with a stream, ruined tower and tents. The child can explore this scene the same way as exploring the farm.

Addition (free) :

Two groups of animals have come out to play in the forest, the child needs to count how many there are in total. The child can pick the right answer, or tap on the animals to count them.

Subtraction:

Two groups of animals are on the screen e.g. wolves and zebras. The child is asked a subtraction question e.g. 10-4, they can choose the right answer from several choices or use the animals as manipulatives to solve the equation. For 10-4, there are 10 animals in total, the group on the right side of the screen (in this case zebras) represents the number being taken away, the child can tap on them and they will be counted as they leave the screen, the group on the left remains and and they can tap on these to see how many are left.

Missing Number:

Animals appear on the screen each with a number on, the numbers are lined up smallest to largest, but one number is missing. The child picks the missing number from a selection of possible answers.

Animal Match:

Lots of different animals are in the forest, and the child needs to match them up two by two.

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Asia Games

Hide And Seek (free):

A bunch of animals scamper onto the screen, then Asian- stye curtains drop to hide them, the child needs to remember where the animals are hiding.

iPhone Screenshot 4

Shape Ninja:

In this game children get to hone their shape recognition skills by slicing the right shape Fruit Ninja style.

What Shape Am I:

The shape vendor has several shapes to choose from on his cart, the child needs to pick the correct one by name.

Balance the Seesaw:

A bunch of animals have numbers on their sides, one jumps on the right side of the seesaw, the child needs to add animals to the left of the seesaw so that the numbers balance. Once they have balanced the seesaw the problem appears as an equation on the top of the page. Just a small point but once problem is solved the seesaw doesn’t look balanced, it looks lower on the left side, I’d like the seesaw actually look level once the problem is solved.

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I think this is a great math app for pre-school children and some early elementary school students will find it useful too. It works on a wide range of skills from counting to 10, through simple addition and subtraction up to 10, shape identification, memorization, animal identification, patterns and matching. The graphics and animal themes are fun and engaging, I really like the ability to explore the scenes and have the animals come with you. The app works at different skill levels allowing the child to answer the question via multiple choice or use the animals as manipulatives to help them count their way to the solution. The questions change each time you play the app to keep the content fresh and engaging. If you complete a section you see a score for that section, but there doesn’t seem to be anyway to see how a child is doing in different areas over time. I would love to see individual player profiles and records of how each player is doing in each area.

Overall, this is a must-have preschool math app- it is covers a wide range of topics, uses auditory and visual supports, has high quality 3-D animated graphics,  is engaging and FUN! I would highly recommend downloading the free app today and I think $3.99 is a reasonable price for the full unlock given the amount of content in the app.

UPDATE APRIL 2014

The developer has now fixed the seesaw balance issue and has added multiple player profiles as I requested. He has also made many other improvements. A great app made even better!

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Slice Fractions by Ululab Review



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What we love…

Fun physics puzzler format, teaches essential components of fractional math without feeling like it is a lesson.

What we’d love to see…

More levels! Multiple player profiles, ability to reset progress.

Summary

A physics puzzler that subtly introduces fractional math in a fun but educational game. Highly recommended!

Our Rating

Slice FractionsSlice Fractions from French app developer Ululab is an educational app that in it’s first week was an Apple App store Editor’s Choice in over 80 countries. After playing it I can see why. At heart Slice Fractions is a physics puzzler with elements of Cut The Rope and Fruit Ninja and a cute Ice Age theme. However, it is more than that as the developers sneak in educational content so the player learns basic fractions whilst having fun solving the puzzles. The app has no written or spoken language (just numbers), so the student does not need to be able to read to use it. It contains 60 levels and each one must be solved before moving on to the next, if the player is having trouble with a level and needs to keep repeating it hints will appear. A friendly woolly mammoth is the star of the app, he wants to walk, but obstacles keep appearing in his path and it is the players job to clear them away. Blocks of lava or ice can be cleared by hitting them with equal-sized blocks. But beware, if the ice block is too small some of the lava will remain, if it is too big the leftover ice will block the path.  As the player solves puzzles the woolly mammoth earns new hats, so he ends up with quite a collection including some pretty unusual ones such as an octopus and an ice-cream cone!

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The puzzles start off very simply, teaching the concepts of how to move hanging blocks and clear the path. Gradually more complex puzzles are introduced. Students learn how to divide different shapes into equal parts, and then learn equivalent fractions, numerator/ denominator notation, subtracting fractions from one, and fraction ordering. This is all introduced as a natural part of the gameplay, so it feels like they are just solving a puzzle instead of mastering a difficult math concept. The subjects covered fall into Common Core Math Standards for Grades 2-4.

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For most people the idea of learning about fractions or solving fractional maths questions elicits a groan, but on the other hand many people enjoy the challenge of solving a physics puzzler. Ululab has cleverly created a physics puzzler app that teaches fractions but still feels like a game, so children learn whilst having fun. I used this app myself and with my 6 year-old and ten-year-old and we all enjoyed it. I would like to see multiple player profiles added so if more than one family member is playing others can’t jump forward in level and miss vital parts of the learning. I would also like to be able to “re-set” the app for a new player to start again without un-installing the app. My (gifted) 10 year-old did zip through the levels pretty quickly. I’d love to see more levels added to keep older children and adults coming back for more and the developer says more levels will be coming.

 

Overall, Slice Fractions is my favorite kind of educational app. It is fun and engaging and introduces important mathematical concepts in such a way that the student wants to keep playing, and so keeps learning at the same time. Highly recommended!

 

Slice Fractions – Ululab

Slice Fractions Slice Fractions by Ululab
Category: Education, Games, Educational, Family
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone4-iPhone4, iPad2Wifi-iPad2Wifi, iPad23G-iPad23G, iPhone4S-iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen-iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G-iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5-iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen-iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen-iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G-iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini-iPadMini, iPadMini4G-iPadMini4G, iPhone5c-iPhone5c, iPhone5s-iPhone5s, iPadAir-iPadAir, iPadAirCellular-iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina-iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular-iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6-iPhone6, iPhone6Plus-iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2-iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular-iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3-iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular-iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen-iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s-iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus-iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4-iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular-iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro-iPadPro, iPadProCellular-iPadProCellular, iPadPro97-iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular-iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE-iPhoneSE, iPhone7-iPhone7, iPhone7Plus-iPhone7Plus, iPad611-iPad611, iPad612-iPad612, iPad71-iPad71, iPad72-iPad72, iPad73-iPad73, iPad74-iPad74
Size: 200.16 MB

$3.99USD

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Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo by One Monk Clapping – Review and Giveaway



iPhone Screenshot 1

What we love…

Engaging 3-D animated graphics, ability to explore scenes, large range of topics covered.

What we’d love to see…

Data tracking, multiple player profiles, seesaw to visibly balance.

Summary

A a must-have preschool math app- it  covers a wide range of topics, uses auditory and visual supports, has high quality 3-D animated graphics, is engaging and FUN!

Our Rating

Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo is a universal educational app from One Monk Clapping, it is available as a free download allowing you to access 3 mini-games. The full app contains 12 mini-games. It contains no adverts or social media links and the in-app purchase is behind a parental gate (accessed by answering multiplication questions). April 2014: there is now also a full version available without IAP.

The app contains a series of mini-games that work on different foundation math skills. The games are divided into 3 areas: Farm games, Forest Games and Asia Games. One game in each area is free, you can unlock any area for $1.99 or all three areas for $3.99. Both written and verbal directions are given for each game. If a child gets a question wrong they are gently encouraged to try again, and right answers are greeted with positive encouragement such as cheers, balloons and streamers.

Farm Games:

These are set in a farmyard scene and 3-D animated animals are used as manipulatives, the child can explore the scene by scrolling around, and the animals will follow. Touching objects in the scene will trigger narration about that object and sometimes trigger movement too. Tapping on animals will trigger sound effects and sometimes movements.

Counting (free):

This game practices counting from one to ten. A group of farm animals comes on to the screen and the student is asked e.g. “how many chickens are there?”. They can choose from a selection of multiple choice answers, but if they need more help they can touch the animals one by one and the app will count with them both verbally and numerically.

iPhone Screenshot 2

Who is Missing:

A group of farm animals run onto the screen in a pattern, but one is missing. The child must choose the correct animal and then it will run to the group to complete the pattern.

Which Group is Bigger:

There are two groups of farm animals in the field, the child must pick which group has more animals.

Who Am I:

The farm animals are roaming around the farm, the child is asked to pick a specific type of animal from the group.

Forest Games
These games are set in a woodland clearing with a stream, ruined tower and tents. The child can explore this scene the same way as exploring the farm.

Addition (free) :

Two groups of animals have come out to play in the forest, the child needs to count how many there are in total. The child can pick the right answer, or tap on the animals to count them.

Subtraction:

Two groups of animals are on the screen e.g. wolves and zebras. The child is asked a subtraction question e.g. 10-4, they can choose the right answer from several choices or use the animals as manipulatives to solve the equation. For 10-4, there are 10 animals in total, the group on the right side of the screen (in this case zebras) represents the number being taken away, the child can tap on them and they will be counted as they leave the screen, the group on the left remains and and they can tap on these to see how many are left.

Missing Number:

Animals appear on the screen each with a number on, the numbers are lined up smallest to largest, but one number is missing. The child picks the missing number from a selection of possible answers.

Animal Match:

Lots of different animals are in the forest, and the child needs to match them up two by two.

iPhone Screenshot 3

Asia Games

Hide And Seek (free):

A bunch of animals scamper onto the screen, then Asian- stye curtains drop to hide them, the child needs to remember where the animals are hiding.

iPhone Screenshot 4

Shape Ninja:

In this game children get to hone their shape recognition skills by slicing the right shape Fruit Ninja style.

What Shape Am I:

The shape vendor has several shapes to choose from on his cart, the child needs to pick the correct one by name.

Balance the Seesaw:

A bunch of animals have numbers on their sides, one jumps on the right side of the seesaw, the child needs to add animals to the left of the seesaw so that the numbers balance. Once they have balanced the seesaw the problem appears as an equation on the top of the page. Just a small point but once problem is solved the seesaw doesn’t look balanced, it looks lower on the left side, I’d like the seesaw actually look level once the problem is solved.

iPhone Screenshot 5

 

I think this is a great math app for pre-school children and some early elementary school students will find it useful too. It works on a wide range of skills from counting to 10, through simple addition and subtraction up to 10, shape identification, memorization, animal identification, patterns and matching. The graphics and animal themes are fun and engaging, I really like the ability to explore the scenes and have the animals come with you. The app works at different skill levels allowing the child to answer the question via multiple choice or use the animals as manipulatives to help them count their way to the solution. The questions change each time you play the app to keep the content fresh and engaging. If you complete a section you see a score for that section, but there doesn’t seem to be anyway to see how a child is doing in different areas over time. I would love to see individual player profiles and records of how each player is doing in each area.

Overall, this is a must-have preschool math app- it is covers a wide range of topics, uses auditory and visual supports, has high quality 3-D animated graphics,  is engaging and FUN! I would highly recommend downloading the free app today and I think $3.99 is a reasonable price for the full unlock given the amount of content in the app.

UPDATE APRIL 2014

The developer has now fixed the seesaw balance issue and has added multiple player profiles as I requested. He has also made many other improvements. A great app made even better!

There is also now a full version available with no in-app purchases.

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