Second Grade Kids Math Games

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This application is recommended for ages 7+.

Second Grade Kids Math Games is a set of 500+ exercises in 9 games to teach kids math concepts of place values regroup, division, multiplication and fractions. Kids practice their addition, ...
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Overview

This application is recommended for ages 7+.

Second Grade Kids Math Games is a set of 500+ exercises in 9 games to teach kids math concepts of place values regroup, division, multiplication and fractions. Kids practice their addition, subtraction, sequencing and comparison skills.

* Learn math concepts of place values regroup, multiplication and division.
* Practice addition, subtraction, sequences and compare exercises.
* Hints and voice instructions to help the learning.
* Kids earn ribbons and trophies for learning math.
* No third-party ads, No in-app purchases, and No data collection.

The games are -

* Balloon Pop
Write on the touchscreen to solve addition and subtraction problems for numbers upto 100. First 6 levels use place values to add bigger numbers. Remaining 9 levels require Carry-over and Borrow to add and subtract using place values.

* Fractions
Feed the monkey fractional pieces of the pie. Use the understanding of fractions to figure out how much pie is left. Exercises develop visual understanding of fractional equivalence e.g. 1/2 is the same as 2/4.

* Equations
Find the missing number in the addition or subtraction sentence. Equations are solved simply by adding or removing balls in the box.

* Multiply
Add balls to the box to learn what multiply means. Multiplication is presented as repeated addition.

* Divide
Share jelly beans among monkeys to compute the division. Uses fair-share to teach the concept of division.

* Regroup to Add (Carry Over)
Use place value grids to solve bigger addition problems upto 999. Regrouping is explained using place-value grids. Kids can develop a deep understanding of how regrouping works to solve big addition problems.

* Regroup to Subtract (Borrow )
Use place value grids to solve bigger subtraction problems upto 999. Use the hints to solve the subtraction problems using place value grids.

* Sequence
Practice skip counting as a pre-cursor to multiplication. Skip counting is a way to introduce learning of multiplication tables.

* Compare
Compare large numbers or fractions. Arrange them from lowest-to-highest or highest-to-lowest. Less-than and greater-than signs are used to arrange the numbers.



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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940147159941
  • Publisher: Infinut
  • Publication date: 11/20/2013
  • Series: NOOKapps Series
  • Version name: 3.1
  • Format: NOOK App
  • File size: 7 MB
  • Sales rank: 27,411
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  • Please contact the developer directly if you would like to report a problem:
    • URL: http://www.infinut.com
    • Email: ana@infinut.com

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