# MathTappers: Numberline - a math game to help children learn whole numbers, integers & real numbers 4+

• Free

## Description

MathTappers: Numberline is a learning game that challenges players to find the locations of numbers on a numberline. This game allows players to develop their understanding of our number system and their proportional reasoning skills by giving them an opportunity to consider the relative positions of whole, integer and real numbers on a numberline.

Design: Tim Pelton, Leslee Francis Pelton & Mike Anderson
Programming: Mike Anderson

The designers of the MathTappers apps are math educators and researchers seeking to create simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept at a time. We have designed MathTappers apps to support students in learning mathematics by providing relevant visual models, focused content linked games, progress reports and helpful suggestions for parents and educators.

The MathTappers motto is: Play, Explore, Understand!

Current MathTappers Apps include:
MathTappers: Clock Master - learn to tell time
MathTappers: Estimate Fractions - make sense of fraction sums and differences
MathTappers: Find Sums - learn basic facts for addition and subtraction
MathTappers: Multiples - learn basic facts for multiplication and division
MathTappers: Equivalents - master equivalent fractions, decimals and percents
MathTappers: Carbon Choices - examine your personal carbon footprint
MathTappers: Number Line - explore the relative positions of numbers on a line
Look for these upcoming apps:
MathTappers: Speed Gauge - measure speed and distance of moving objects
MathTappers: Probability Lab - explore random distributions and probability
MathTappers: Base 10 Blocks - make sense of numbers from millions to millionths

Please visit www.MathTappers.com for more up to date information.

## Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Lucie Ramírez ,

### Great

It helps a kid have a notion of where to place a number and understand the metric system

## App Privacy

The developer, Tim Pelton, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

### No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.