Mental Math for kids Free

Mental Math for kids Free


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"Adding Tetris"

Reviewed by / Apr 04, 2012

Solve the problems fast and don't let the board fill

If you want your kids (or yourself) to improve their math skills, be sure to check this Mental math application based on addition.

The free version includes the first 3 levels (out of 23) with a tetris-like mode of solving the problems, that is, cubes falling from the top. As the game advances, the problems get harder and you need to be really fast. When you fail an operation, the bar will drop and once the board is fill, you lose. At the same time, if you solve five problems, you get a bomb, which can break 1 bar and if you solve 10, you get a super bomb. If you feel the firsts speeds are too slow, wait for the speed to increase in the next levels.

InterGraphics, LLC is the developer of Mental math. Multiplication and other similar apps for Android that will help your kids train their math skills. Have fun while you practise!

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Developer's original description available here
Fun educational math game for training mental addition and subtraction skills. With our app you and your child will learn to count fast and error free. You will certainly fall in love with math!

★ 23 levels
★ 5 speeds
★ 2 languages: English, Russian
★ addition and subtraction problems
★ training mental math skills
★ kids-friendly interface
★attractive graphics
★beautiful music and sounds

The game features two parts. The first part “COUNT TO 100” consist of problems within 100. It is helpful for kids who just learn how to add and subtract. The second part “COUNT TO 1000” consists of problems within 1000. Addition and subtraction of the two-digit and three-digit numbers will be very helpful for older children and adults.

“Mental Math” is really HELPFUL: it develops the mental math skills and promotes brain training. In the game you should solve addition and subtraction problems which look like the cubes falling from above the playing field. With each level the problems become more complex and progress in the game depends on how fast and error free you can add and subtract!

“Mental Math” is really ENJOYABLE: it contains the nice BONUSES that will please children and adults: exploding bombs, getting stars for good results.

The game will become a really good math helper for you and your child. Solving math problems through the play will be both useful and very interesting. Playing the game you’ll get the mental math skills which will be of use in everyday life!

“You’re certainly going to get your money’s worth out of Mental Math!” (c)

“Nice game! I think children will have big fun with this game” (c)

Recently changed in this version

Version 3.0.0: German language added
Version 4.0.0:
- New attractive graphics for kids
- Music added
- Kids piano added

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Comments and ratings for Mental Math for kids Free
  • (42)

    by Sherri Dennis on 19/02/2014

    It is a wonderful tool to help parents with children who struggle in math.

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    by Khahiliah Jackson on 05/02/2014

    Great app

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    by divakar sarda on 10/12/2013

    Amazing, my daughter loved it

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    by Huy Pham on 03/11/2013

    Excellent but only 3 free level

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    by Suchita awasthi on 19/10/2013

    Kids love to play

  • (42)

    by Jenifer Perez Tejeda on 14/10/2013

    Because is work for my daugther. I so happy, because she is learning so much with this game

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    by Tricia Bedard on 01/09/2013

    My 8 year old loves this. It is "fun" math.

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