MathWright 4+

Elliott Pickar

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free

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Students having fine motor impairments impacting their ability to write may have difficulty demonstrating their math abilities. 
 MathWright makes it possible for such students to complete work involving the four basic math operations independently and legibly. It also is capable of reading problems and solutions aloud using voice synthesis, allowing non-verbal students the opportunity to respond out loud in class along with their peers.

What’s New

Version 1.80

Built with iOS 13 SDK

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Elpslp ,

Helps my student participate

I downloaded this app to help a 4th grade (now 5th grade) student of mine better participate in math class. This student has fine motor deficits due to ataxia and uses a communication device to speak. Therefore she isn’t able to write and show her work using a pencil and paper or verbally share her answers. This app not only allows her to show her work when solving various math problems but, with the new text-to-voice capabilities, it also provides a way for her to share aloud with her teacher and classmates how she solved a problem. Overall this free app works well and enables a child, who otherwise wouldn’t be able to, to participate in class like her peers. On a side note, the developer has been very responsive to suggestions and requests for assistance.

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