Maths, age 4-6

Maths, age 4-6

By onebillion

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-12-19
  • Current Version: 3.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 223.96 MB
  • Developer: onebillion
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 345 Ratings

Description

'Maths, age 4-6' helps your child to master maths. It works! Trials by the The University of Nottingham showed children moving ahead in maths by 18 months, in just 6 weeks of using this app. ‘Maths, age 4–6’, is the second app in our maths series. Like ‘Maths, age 3–5’, it is packed with engaging activities, and already a hit with children and parents all over the world. What’s more, as a nonprofit organisation, we use the proceeds from our apps to help deliver education to children in Malawi. The first topic in 'Maths, age 4-6' is free. So you and your child can try it out. Further topics can be unlocked through in-app purchase. 'Maths, age 4-6’ features: - 18 core topics for the early years of school, with over 120 activities - a teacher figure, who shows ‘how to’ - variety, and fun - progression, and plenty of practice - a quiz at the end of each topic, with a certificate - a ‘naming’ button, to personalise the app for your child. Topics covered: 1 Shape and position (yours for free) 2 Counting to 20 3 Sharing 4 More counting 5 Tell the time 6 Add and subtract 7 Count in tens and fives 8 How tall? How long? 9 Counting to 100 10 2-D shapes 11 Number lines 12 Fractions 13 Weigh it! 14 More number work 15 3-D shapes 16 Measure time 17 More + and - 18 How much can it hold? Most topics are available in over 30 languages, all within the purchase price.

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  • The price is ridiculous

    1
    By Oscar280
    Having used the first free part of this app I was really impressed with it and so decided to buy the full version. However nearly £40 for it is ridiculous and disgusting in equal measure. I think £15 would be a more reasonable price point.
  • My child leaped 2 years ahead. Issue for developers.

    5
    By AppleID:7523825
    Update: An issue for the developers. Often when the app is interrupted by app switching, a phone call, message etc.. all progress is lost and you start at the main menu. This is extremely frustrating for the child. The second issue is if you change devices then the progress of completed certificates is lost. There needs to be an adult override to star a certificate or Remove stars from certificates. This way progress can then be manually adjusted. Previous review still stands: My child started when 2 years old on both the math apps. The preschool is blown away by his abilities in all the skills he learnt. He is now 3 and has the abilities of a 5 year old at least. My child was also 2 months premature at birth and they said he would always be behind but he is far from it. Somehow it also inspired him to read and write. So those abilities are also way ahead of his age. It's crazy expensive but just worth it no matter which way you slice it.
  • Nice but that's all..

    3
    By Caronline3033
    I think this app should include more, this is not enough
  • Too expensive

    5
    By Festimo
    My son loved the first levels and actually learned something from this game, but £39 is far too expensive to unlock the whole thing. I would have paid £10 without any problem. I hope the developer listens to this feedback as I would expect they would increase their sales a huge amount.
  • EXPENSIVE

    1
    By Beck_88
    £38.99 to unlock the app, what planet are you on?!?!
  • Fantastic, engaging and captivating

    5
    By CheekyLilac
    My two children, ages 2 and 5 were so engaged with the free levels that I decided to purchase both 3-5 and 4-6, although a little expensive it has definitely been worth the money. My kids absolutely love this app and my five year old has managed to get certificates for all the levels on 3-5 which we have printed and placed in her achievement folder and she is currently working through 4-6, it has definitely helped with the testing she gets at school placing her at least a year above her age. Bearing in mind she was never interested in maths from a young age, regularly using the app has without a doubt been a surprising turnaround for my little girl. My 2yr old adores this app, he is able to understand the the 3-5 app very well and has managed to learn a lot of the maths content and concepts through getting it wrong. I highly recommend these two apps, I do hope at some point we could buy the next age range.
  • Absolutely outstanding!

    5
    By sadge10
    This app is expensive, but it's worth it. Clearly a lot of careful thought has gone into making it. I am hoping there will be a follow on.
  • Good maths games

    5
    By No2468
    I've had this for a while. However, there is an issue on the sharing topic activity 3. Can this be rectified please. Thanks in advance.
  • Excellent but why am I forced to keep on repurchasing it

    1
    By Pamela Isabel
    A from family favourite but his will be the third time I am forced to buy it. Am I mistaken in thinking it's a one off payment?
  • Excellent - expensive but a bargain!

    5
    By Maxster man
    This app is really good and managed to get both of our kids fully engaged in learning maths. The 'games' are well explained and ensure that they can follow the instructions and enjoy learning maths. Overall: Whilst it's one of the most expensive apps I've bought it was well worth every penny. We'll be looking out for the 6year plus version...

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