Mathseeds Kindergarten

Mathseeds Kindergarten

By Blake eLearning

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-08-27
  • Current Version: 1.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 196.72 MB
  • Developer: Blake eLearning
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 12 Reviews)
  • Price:
Mathseeds Kindergarten App Ratings: 4
From 12 Reviews

Mathseeds Kindergarten App Description

Mathseeds apps are a great way for young students to practice and master all the essential math skills. Written for the Common Core Standards, students can access a huge range of activities that make learning math fun, motivating and very rewarding! Kindergarten includes: Training – 36 question sets that cover: Number, Addition and Subtraction, Fractions, Grouping and Sharing, Patterns and Shapes, Measurement, Money and Data. Includes a scratch board for working out problems, along with the added feature of audio for all questions, including word problems. Multiplayer – up to 4 players can play against each other in this game of speed and fun. Timed – Increase your speed in essential addition, subtraction, word and mixed mathematic facts. Badges – Earn more than 170 badges. Games – Earn tokens to spend on fun games in the Circus area. With the ability to make multiple accounts, each child’s individual progress is tracked and recorded. The Mathseeds apps are created by the same team behind the very popular Mathseeds and Reading Eggs websites, bringing together all we know about how children learn math with the powerful interactivity and motivation provided by the iPad. The irresistible combination of engagement and learning will switch on all students, even those who don’t think they are good at math!

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App Reviews

  • Doesn't work

    By Colokindermom
    Can't get this or 2nd grade to work. I "skip" the free offer for the website and it takes me to a closed door. Very frustrating!
  • Problem with less or more number

    By Mami soy
    This game is really interesting & fun. However the problems that are number format of less than & more than, regardless of what answer you choose give you an incorrect response. Then my son is forced to start over after answering correctly. Please fix this problem occurs throughout the game. Thank you
  • Can't get any of these to work

    By MommyWithLittles
    The Targeting Maths series and this math app series are the same thing and I can't get any of them to work on my iPad mini.
  • We like this; needs a few tweaks

    By dd29mom
    Thank you, Mathseeds; in the quest to get my young elementary aged kids their math practice I have been desperately wishing for a platform more interesting than the IXL or MobyMax their school promotes. Like the phenomenal Reading Eggs, Mathseeds provides great skill-building in a fun, game-like platform. The app doesn't provide the same developmental arc or entertainment as the website (a subscription to which I highly recommend - I homeschooled my kindergartner almost exclusively using Reading Eggs and Mathseeds and it was perfectly sufficient for him to enter first grade at level the next year), but as a way to practice skills it has a pretty exhaustive array of different activities and good motivators. So far my kindergarten son loves it and will play for quite a while. My second-grader, who has ADHD and struggles in math, has to be coerced as he does in all things academic, but seems to find it less tedious than other math activities. The badge and game rewards are decent motivators; I'd like to see more than two games available. The only thing I am truly unhappy with is that there is no corrective feedback when errors are made. If a wrong answer is given the game simply buzzes you and moves on to the next problem. This is not helpful to a child, who needs to understand where he is in error and then be given an opportunity to fix the problem to ensure a good grasp of the concept. Also with certain multi-step questions, there is no way to fix a mistake. For example, there are problems where groups must be lined up in sequence. Several times my impulsive child arranged things incorrectly at first glace, noticed his mistake, and would have self-corrected, but the app did not allow it. He had to go ahead and get it wrong, even though he knew what he needed to fix, and lost out on a point and was upset. I hope in future updates to the app this issue can be addressed. It is too good of an app from too high-quality of an edutainment developer to have a mark against it. I also would love to see a pre-K version made. My 3yo can do some of the kindergarten one but it quickly gets to be too much and frustrates her.