Addition & Subtraction. Solved.
From the innovators who bring you Times Tables Rock Stars, comes a highly engaging platform for learning to add and subtract… NumBots!
NumBots is all about every child achieving the “triple win” of understanding, recall and fluency in mental addition and subtraction, so that they move from counting to calculating.
Suitable from Year 1 (UK) or Kindergarten (US) upwards. Younger players will be able to access the early stages from a mathematical point of view but will find it increasingly harder to reach the level of fluency required to make continued progress.
— Bugs and performance fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Good for teaching kids
This game is really good For teaching kids maths it was extremely helpful in lockdown when they didn’t go to school there is loads of different Levels you can and badges you can make a scrapbook you can see the scoreboard and lots of other things you can also earn coins and make a robot There’s also a challenge to unlock
New maths app
Interesting idea of making maths more enjoyable by treating it as a game. Visually colourful and draws you in to want to play. All you need to do is pass levels to earn coins to update your robot and stars to get badges sounds fun right? I believe that teachers can also print out certificates of achievements too.
My only concern is you need to get two stars to progress to the next level. Someone has decided on the time it should take to get the max 3, 2 and 1 stars. If a child has motor function difficulties and does not answer questions fast enough they will repeatedly have to repeat the level. My question is learning maths about the ability to answer questions quickly or have sound understanding and knowledge? I know my son (who loves numbers and maths) would get bored of this and after all if a game makes it difficult to progress they will just stop playing and play a different game.
Good concept but frustrating at times.
My sons loved the idea of maths combined with tech for their lockdown homework recommended by their school. One son is obsessed with maths and scored 50,000 points in a few weeks but even he got fed up repeating levels over and over despite getting all the answers right. Are levels time sensitive? The time given isn’t long enough for primary age kids and this may put a lot of children who are less confident with numbers off trying to progress and encourage mistakes if they have to rush. If a child gets all the answers right please let them move on as making them go over the same style questions is just frustrating, unnecessary and demoralising. I hope your developers find this feedback useful as I really think the app would be great if these issues could be fixed.
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- Maths Circle Ltd
- 30.9 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 4+, Made for Ages 6 to 8
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