Fractions, decimals and percentages practice for Primary School Age children.
Fractions are one of the trickier topics of mathematics in primary schools. Problem solving can be difficult without a thorough understanding of what fractions are, and how they related to numbers, portions of shapes or groups, and decimals. It is essential that children quickly gain a good understanding of these topics. This app contains over 100 skill builders designed for that very goal.
Providing your children with access to learning materials and aids is increasingly important, and children these days learn quickly through interactive touch applications.
This application has been designed for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with that goal as the core of its design. Your children will have access to fractions, decimals and percentages skill practice and related problems whether at home or on the go, to help them build these essential skills.
No internet connection is required.
No subscription required.
No silly games.
The application contains progress charts, which help build their confidence in a friendly way, and encourages them to achieve their highest potential.
The skill builders have been developed based on the national curriculum of the United Kingdom and other English speaking countries. Maths tuition around the world is broadly similar, and in all countries fractions, decimals and percentages are important.
Typically children will be learning these topics between the ages of five and ten; they all learn at different speeds, so this age range is just a guide.
Refreshed for 2019.
Layout enhanced for iPhone 6,6+,6s,6s+,7,7+,8,8+,X,XR,Xs,XsMax,11,11Pro,11ProMax
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This app is great for the intended age group (i.e. 6-8 years old). However, I was looking for an app that I was hoping I could use to help an adult relative who is trying to learn fractions and percentages because he never learned them as a child. I was drawn to this app because the description said "no silly games." So yes, there are no silly games in this app, but it nevertheless feels embarrassingly like a child's app (which is as stated in the description, so there is nothing misleading about that). However, my quest goes on for the right tool. SUGGESTION: I wish the developers would recycle their coding for this app to produce an app that would be visually more age appropriate for high school dropouts who are now struggling to learn math. Generally speaking these are people with self-esteem issues who may often feel like failures in life, so they don't need visual reminders in the learning app (e.g. the little girl in the lower right corner) that make them feel worse than they already do.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.