Kids Measurement Science Lite

Kids Measurement Science Lite

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

Pros
  • Works well
  • Good idea, especially Weight
  • Entertaining
Cons
  • Graphics could be enganced
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Expert's Review
5.0
Worthy

"Measuring all day long"

Reviewed by / Oct 29, 2012

Learn to measure length, time, weight and money

Kids Science : Measure is an educational app for children that helps them learn how to measure length, time, money and weight and practice with the results.

First of all, you need to choose the topic and choose the correct solution from the options presented below. In length, you should open the tape and calculate the length of pencils, balls and ribbons. In time, you should point at the hour that is asked and tap on Done when you think it's correct. In Money, you choose the coins you need in order to pay for the virtual product you've just purchased and then click on Done. Finally, in Weight, which is probably the most challenging of them all, you should try to find out how much does each product weight by placing the other units on the balance and calculating the result.

While the graphics are not too detailed or especially outstanding, the game is really educational and fun at the same time so we'd really recommend it to all the kids who're just learning to measure or want to practise their logic skills.

INFINUT is the developer of Kids Science : Measure lite and premium version, these games are nothing out of this world but perfect for kids who're in the learning process. Easy to use and works perfectly well.

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Developer's original description available here
Young scientists learn to analyse the physical world by measuring across a variety of domains - time, size, weight and money. 5-8 year old kids measure length, weight, time and money in this science app using a tape, a scale, a clock and coins in 20 exercises. Full version has 300+ exercises of increasing difficulty.

Lite version has 5 exercises of each game -

* Length
Measure length and width of pencils, ribbons, balls and bookmarks - whole, halves and quarters.

* Time
Show time on an analog and digital clock in hours, half-hours, quarter-hours and 5 minutes.

* Money
Measure weights of watermelons, bottles, balls, boxes and many more.

* Weight
Pay for drinks, purses, fruits and many more using the coins.

These exercises help kids practice their scientific concepts in a practical way using made-up units of measurement. The mathematical concepts practiced include fractions, count-by-fives, addition by tens and hundreds, total using 25s, 10s, 5s and 1s. Some of the exercises can be solved in more than one way. Kids experiment with solutions as they play.

To protect the kids -
- No third party ads.
- No integration with social networks.
- No usage data collected.
- No account data read.
- No push notifications.

To Review or Buy Infinut apps -
- We include links to Google Play Store in the App.

Our Story
When we looked for apps to help teach our kids, we couldn't find any that were good. One was just information text for the kids to learn by rote. Another was multiple-choice tests - just press buttons. A third had 2 sound-tracks and 4 animations running all at the same time. How was a kid supposed to focus?

So, we designed and built them games - that teach in the way parents and teachers explain concepts, and engage in the way playing does.

Recently changed in this version

Bugs Fixed.


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Comments and ratings for Kids Measurement Science Lite
  • (40)

    by Rich Smith on 05/12/2014

    My child enjoys the app and it is not a time waster in the car

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    by Heather Wegemer on 19/10/2014

    Audio instructions are great for pre-readers or uncertain readers. Length: To be fair, the description warns about this. The units used look a lot like inches, which is confirmed when one of the options is quarter-units. In metric, half still makes sense, but decimals would be more usual. I'd read one and a quarter centimetres as either 1.2 or 1.3 on a standard measuring tape. Time: Wonderfu

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    by VINITA NEERAJ VERMA on 07/10/2014

    Very nice to explain for my son.

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    by Summer Rouen on 15/09/2014

    I got all of the ones but the time because it wont let me put 230 on the clock so i gave it a 2

  • (40)

    by Allybright Seashell on 11/09/2014

    It helps me alot in science and i am in 5th grade a n A honor roll student yay

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    by Hemangi Bhosale on 13/08/2014

    Free version is a good starter; planning by full

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    by Mayumi Nakajima on 25/07/2014

    Nice