Hit the Button Maths is an app designed to help develop mental maths and calculation skills.
The app is aimed at 5-11 year olds. There are 166 different game modes of varying difficulty so it is useful throughout the primary school age range. Answer as many questions as possible in minute-long games, or you can now practice without the pressure of a countdown timer - a feature which is new for 2019. Questions are randomly generated which means it is very replayable. The game has been carefully designed for children, with large, widely spaced buttons. We recommend that young children play on a tablet.
Six main topics are covered:
* Times tables - up to 10 or 12
* Division - up to 10 or 12
* Square numbers
* Number bonds
Between these topics, the four standard arithmetic operations are covered: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
You can create up to 30 player profiles per device to track an individual's high scores (increased from 15 in 2019). If you prefer there's also the option to play as a guest. All data is stored locally on your device so you don't have to worry about privacy issues. We've also made it very easy for children to quickly switch between profiles after playing a game, if they're sharing a device.
After each game, the score achieved is displayed along with the child's high score. Bronze, silver or gold stars and trophies are awarded depending on the score achieved in each game.
NEW: Untimed practice mode
NEW: Subtraction within 10 mode
NEW: Additional mixed modes for Times Tables and Division
NEW: Times Tables and Division up to 10, as well as 12
NEW: Create up to 30 player profiles, up from 15
NEW: Option to reset guest scores under Manage Players
NEW: Improved results screen and re-balanced trophy boundaries
FIX: Rare crash when hidden buttons were hit
FIX: Rare hang that was possible during Subtraction within 20
Ratings and Reviews
Hit the button
I love hit the button because it helps your improve your maths and learning . It makes you think. It makes you try improve
Hit the button
It’s better then the online version because it counts you’re scores and has an untimed mode were you are not timed so you can practice your maths.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.