▸ Featured in The New York Times!
▸ Editor's Choice Award! - Children's Technology Review
Math can be fun! Build your very own rockets and fly them to the stars with Mathmateer®!
While your rocket is floating weightlessly in space, the real fun begins! Play one of the 56 different math missions. Each mission has touchable objects floating in space, including stars, coins, clocks, 3D shapes and even pizzas! Earn a bronze, silver or gold medal and also try to beat your high score. Missions range in difficulty from even/odd numbers all the way to square roots, so kids and their parents will enjoy hours of fun while learning math.
56 DIFFERENT MATH MISSIONS:
▸ Numbers / Fractions / Decimals
▸ Telling Time
▸ U.S. Money
▸ Shapes (2D and 3D)
▸ Square Roots
...and many more!
▸ 56 fun math missions that are different every time
▸ Over 90 colorful rocket parts
▸ Lively sound effects and music
▸ Fun arithmetic game with 3 difficulty levels
▸ Works on both iPhone and iPad - a universal app
▸ Choose from over 15 space-themed avatars
▸ Create up to five player profiles
▸ Rocket simulator is powered by a realistic physics engine
▸ Adjust music and sound settings
▸ Provides hours and hours of learning fun!
Mathmateer® is an educational app for all ages that's actually FUN to play!
- Does not contain ads.
- Does not contain in-app purchases.
- Does not contain integration with social networks.
- Does not use analytics / data collection tools.
- Does include links to apps by Dan Russell-Pinson in the iTunes.
Added 64-bit support.
Ratings and Reviews
I love this app you do math problems and if you get them right you get money to make your rocket.
This application seems like it would be enjoyable for students and young kids. It would be appropriate to use at home. However, it is inconsistent and does not always work. The rocket that is supposed to launch sometimes fails to do so. In addition, it focuses mainly on factual information as opposed to mathematical skills. Young students might simply click on as many stars as possible as opposed to clicking on the right stars since there is no consequence for wrong answers. This way, they are not learning, they are just playing. I would not recommend it for teachers for classroom use. I would not recommend it otherwise because it is spotty and doesn’t always work.
Also having issues
I see the awesome potential in this, and reading the reviews from many years ago it looks awesome. But what happened? Did they stop supporting it? There are no math problems when you launch the rocket, it just goes up and then crashes. ??!! Please respond.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.