"Math Facts to the Rescue",
"Great app! Simple and to the point..... Exactly what I was looking for",
"Great App for learning math basics!"
Maths Facts will help you to learn your Number Bonds and Facts Families and your addition and subtraction facts and your multiplication and division facts. With a collection of fun and easy-to-play games you can quickly start exploring addition, subtraction, multiplication and even division facts.
Maths Facts has a number of different games that allow you to focus on specific number bonds, or explore different facts families, addition facts, subtraction facts, and even multiplication facts and division facts. These games are quick to play and perfect for a short car journey.
By default you can play with facts up to 10, but from the main menu you can also enable facts up to 20, to make the games a bit more difficult.
We will be adding more games and quizzes with free updates, so please contact us if you have any requests or suggestions. If you have any problems please get in touch and if you like this app, please consider leaving a review.
Ratings and Reviews
Teacher a little disappointed
As a teacher who teaches Singapore math strategies, I was excited to see an app with number bonds and fact families. I wish that the fact triangles were set up the way we teach, though, with the large number at the top. This teaches that the two bottom numbers equal the top sum, and that the top number minus one bottom number gives the other bottom number as the difference. It's a great start, though.
Great app, some right answers are marked wrong
I noticed that in the multiplication facts that some right answers are marked wrong. For example, 6x?=60. I put in 10 and it marked it wrong. Same with 8x?=40. I put in 5 and it marked it wrong.
Please fix that.
Great App for learning math basics!
One of the only apps I've found that let's my son explore number bonds and families and the Singapore Math Methodology. I like the new sound updates. It might be nice to add some sounds for navigation too. Also, a way to keep track of progress and see which groups your having trouble with would be cool. This could be the start of an entire line of apps. Multiplication and division, and even word problems, all teaching the Singapore Math method. Great Job!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.