Math Genius King of Arithmetic

by Antonio Perez

The best math gameplay! Have fun with Math Genius and prove that you are a prodigy of mathematics. Additions, subtractions or both, divisions and multiplications. With this app you can improve your mathematical calculation skills. Train and compete with friends. As a mathematics quiz you will have to indicate the result of each operation before it reaches the ground.

App Details

Version
5.1.4
Rating
(25)
Size
38Mb
Genre
Education Trivia Family
Last updated
February 5, 2019
Release date
November 9, 2014

• \$0.99

• \$1.99

App Store Description

The best math gameplay! Have fun with Math Genius and prove that you are a prodigy of mathematics. Additions, subtractions or both, divisions and multiplications. With this app you can improve your mathematical calculation skills. Train and compete with friends. As a mathematics quiz you will have to indicate the result of each operation before it reaches the ground.

For all ages, show your friends, parents or children how fast you are able to add, subtract, divide or multiply, compete with them. After a few you will see how you add and subtract faster and faster, train your mind to become a genius of mathematics.

- Extremely simple, select an operation and prepare your mind to arithmetic speed challenge.

- Try hard and you will see improve your calculation speed.

- The best card math game for challenge your brain

- Mental math cards game that you can't be able to stop play and be better and better arithmetic genius

- Thanks to this game, mathematics becomes an adventure, where the children develop their numerical skills and mental analysis.

** Three Reasons to Start Teaching Mental Math **

1. Mental Math encourages actual understanding, not just memorization. When you teach students how to add an equation such as 19+23 using carrying, you are teaching a series of steps. For some students, this will work great, and they will catch right on. But for some, it is downright confusing. Where do I put the number? Do I carry the first one or the last one? BUT, when you teach students to break down the numbers and add 10+20 to make 30, 9+3 to make 12, and then 30+12 to make 42, students learn a deep understanding of the numbers. Suddenly that “1” in 19 is not just a 1. It’s a 10. And the “2” in 23 is not just a 2. It’s a 20. Students GET it!

2. Mental Math is logical. It just makes sense. I do think that there is a place for carrying and borrowing, but I am a huge believer that students should learn to do math mentally first. I have had grade 3 students solve an equation like 243+362 in their heads in mere seconds. For real. And that’s without pencil and paper. There is less room for error, and because students are more aware of the numbers, they are more likely to question an answer that doesn’t “look” or “sound” right. {Ever had a student answer a question like 240-150 with some crazy answer like 360 when they’re borrowing and you say to them, “Does that look like it would be the right answer? Let’s think about it…” Well with mental math, students ARE thinking about it right from the beginning, so they won’t make the kinds of mistakes that they do when simply following a series of confusing steps.}

3. Mental Math is fun! It is! I’m serious! When I began teaching this way, I really was re-energized about math. It is easier to understand, easier to do, and just all around exciting! I was actually getting better at math along with my students, which is probably why I’m a bit obsessed with it. Trust me, if you can teach math with excitement, your students are going to feel re-energized about math too!

For those of you already using mental math, congratulations! You are helping your students in so many ways! They are learning skills from you that they will use for life! For those of you who are not currently using mental math, but who want to start, you are probably confused and unsure about where to begin.

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