Mathmateer: 3rd Grader Loves It! Review

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3rd Grader Loves It!
I love this game because it teaches me about 3D shapes, I like earning lots of money to build rockets, I can practice math so I do good on my math tests, and the mission launches are really cool.
Cwahl on Jan 4, 2011 for Mathmateer
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4th grader loves it
My 4th grade son much prefers this game to doing flashcards with mom! The content is good, and lots of fun. On a side note, I had a crashing issue because I didn't realize my brand new iPad did not have the most current OS, and the developers of this game helped me through that immediately via email. Thanks and great games!
Lakeside mom on Jan 3, 2011 for Mathmateer
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Perfect for 1st graders
My 6 year old is obsessed with this App. He has a rocket shaped piggy bank in real life so I think the fact that he earns money as he accumulates the right answers is especially alluring to him. This is one of those back door learning apps where the kids do not even realize they are learning as they play with it!! ;)
AveryH on Jan 1, 2011 for Mathmateer
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Fun and addictive
Our 8-year old daughter loves this app. It is still - after one week - her favorite app in our iPhone. She is learning times tables without even realizing it. It is just another game for her where you just have to do some math to build better rockets. Great idea!
Math Parent on Dec 31, 2010 for Mathmateer
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6 year old loves it
Our6 year is in love with this as much as tap reef. He thinks it is funny how some of the rockets do not fly. Way to capture the attention of child while learning. He likes doing the math to earn rocket parts. Maybe add some super cool parts they can earn if the answer lots of questions before taking off.
Zag math on Dec 29, 2010 for Mathmateer
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50+ games on our ipad, yet our 6 yr. old boy continually reaches for this one! Earning $ (play/game money) from correctly solving problems provides incentive to keep playing, as they use their earnings to purchase parts for building new rockets. Giving the kids the freedom to build freely and even decorate their creations makes the experience even more rewarding. Our son has conqured triple digit addition early, -partially due to playing this game each day. Brilliant! Please keep the updates coming!
Psylokz on Dec 25, 2010 for Mathmateer
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