I am always on the look-out for a fun math game for kids. As you’ve all heard me lament over the past several years, math just isn’t Ben’s best or favorite subject, so I am usually thrilled when we get the opportunity to review another math program.
This time, we are reviewing Math Rider.
|Mid-game Multiplication Statistics – green means mastered, |
the number nine needs more practice, and the top challenge is 8×8 (red).
Grey squares mean these questions have not been tried yet.
Each operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) contains four quests, ranging from easy to master. The quests are the same in each operation, but the rewards change. Everything is automatically controlled, so that all your student needs to know how to do in order to play is key in numbers and hit enter. This makes the game easily played by kids of all ages. Recommended ages are 6-12.
I only have one child, but for those of you with several kids will be happy to know that you will only need to purchase MathRider once. The game is set up so that several students can have an account with their own log-in and rider. The game will track each students progress and ability.
I want to thank the folks at MathRider for the opportunity to review their game. Ben really does enjoy it!
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Disclaimer: As a member of the TOS Crew, I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are those of myself and/or my son.