"Astro Nora is a high quality Maths app that provides young students with almost limitless practice opportunities to sharpen addition and subtraction skills." — Best Apps For Kids
Astro Nora has crash landed on a distant planet! Help her build her rocket to get back home by answering the addition and subtraction questions. Every time you answer a question correctly you earn some 'Alien Burp' coins. Spend them wisely at the burp shop! Complete a level with no mistakes and unlock a special 'Cosmic Burp'!
Astro Nora features:
— Made especially for Foundation Stage - Year 2 children.
— Follows the Statutory Framework for Early Years Foundation Stage and the New National Curriculum for KS1 children.
— Made by me, Miss Ward, a Primary School teacher.
— 4 difficulty levels which include a bank of over 800 questions. These levels start off quite simple but gradually become trickier and trickier.
— A final extra hard level based on the new Year 3 National Curriculum.
— Two different input methods. Either multiple choice or keypad mode - adding extra difficult and replayability.
— Children are encouraged to use their mental maths skills but are given the opportunity to use a number line/100 square until the numbers become very large.
— The game has been tried and tested with children, and has been proven to engage those children who struggle with maths as well as those who are high fliers.
Coding by Jon Raffe (educational design specialist at Splinter in Liverpool) and illustrated by The Boy Fitz Hammond.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
To make our app better for you we make regular updates. If you like Astro Nora, please leave a review on the App Store, as it really helps!
Latest updates include:
- Localisation in French
- Extra questions added
- Small bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not a good tool, lacks depth
Has cute animations, but the novelty of the game does not last. Most kids will get board of this game in 10 minutes or less. Additionally the questions are multiple choice which reduces difficulty. The difficulty of the questions also does not scale well, e.g. Even at the highest level it is only adding multiples of 100.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.