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  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Version: 5.5
  • Size: 25.3 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Instant Interactive
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
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Math Drills Lite Review

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Math Drills Lite Review


Graphically rich and fun environment allows a single student to learn basic math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Explore solutions to problems using number lines, wooden blocks, facts and hints. Solve nine-times problems using your fingers!

Upgrading to the full version will add:
- Work with up to 50 students.
- Ability to take tests and earn high scores and awards.
- Select from up to 12 different themes (Math Drills Lite uses only the Chalkboard theme)
- Set the number of problems for reviews, practices and tests.
- Smart Drills(tm) which places emphasis on problems answered incorrectly and/or slowly.
- Visually track student progress with accuracy and speed graphs.

Rating Distribution

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  • TM
    Teacher/Autism Mom
    This is a great app for fact review that provides option of visual number line support. It has some nice individualizing features that allow for smaller sets of problems for kids with stamina issues, focusing on one or more properties to increasingly challenge user, and an optional number line assistant that provides a visual of counting on/counting back, etc. that can be time adjusted to allow for varying think times. Also like that you can select orientation of problem (horizontal or vertical or mixed)--again matching nicely with the ways we teach math.
  • b
    Once we played together I showed them the ropes - they immediately picked up the know how buttons and ran with it. Now I can make them do drills together if they want playstation time. Doing it with them is fun. But mommie has fun listening to them do it on their own. They can compete -do it together and alternate. Since the five year old does +\- & 8 yr old x/div the program allows easy transitions and guides. I'm buying the app. I wish there were apps like this when I was a kid.
  • K6
    KJ 6000
    I like the interface of this app and the way it quizzes, but I wish it could handle much higher numbers. It may sound ludicrous, but my five year old already can answer all the addition, subtraction and multiplication problems this app is capable of producing. I've recently taught her how to multiply any two digit number by 11 (e.g. 72 x 11, and this can be done in her head), but as far as I can tell, there's no way to use this app to test her.

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