★ Join Tiny Chicken in His Latest Math Adventure! ★
★ This game is now free for a limited period of time! ★
Tiny Chicken needs to open a vault to remove some documents but it is protected by a secret combination which can only be unlocked if he knows how to round numbers correctly. Clues are given at each level and Tiny needs to use these clues to determine the combination of the safe to get it open in this super exciting game.
The game uses interesting mechanics to help children practice rounding numbers to the tenth, hundredth, thousandth and ten-thousandth places.
An exciting gameplay with great sound and art will keep children engaged for a long time.
The app not only teaches children how to round up numbers but also helps understand some more basic problems such as the place value of a digit in a number. Enjoy the concepts that are critical to building your understanding of mathematics without getting bogged down by building visual tools to do the same thing.
With infinite practice problems to solve our young learners can definitely polish their "Rounding" skills.
★ FEATURES ★
✔ Infinite problems to solve.
✔ Great sound and artwork makes the game engaging.
★ KEYWORDS ★
math games, tiny chicken, place value, whole numbers, digits, rounding decimals, rounding off, learn how to round numbers
- Totally new look and feel
- Cool animations to solve rounding problems
Ratings and Reviews
Not a bad concept but a little dry...
This would be difficult for me to use in my classroom because of the time. Not a lot of "payout" for the right answer, you crack the safe and there's money but you can't do anything with it, just moves to another 5 layer safe. I think it has a lot of potential but right now the app is kind of shallow and I'm not sure if it will help me teach rounding in a meaningful way to my students so that the understand what they may be doing wrong and how to do it correctly.
Good idea....long way to go.
Make smaller numbers available for younger users.
2. Change up the reward. Jewels. Animated chicken squawking.
3. For numbers under 100 add a picture of the number to the side so kids can have a visual clue.
This is a nice review for my students on rounding place values!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.