Bland presentation hurts this interactive math workbook.
Common Sense Media
24 April 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Learn Math is a math-themed educational game that provides a broad spectrum of math challenges for kids between the ages of six and ten. The majority of activities are in the style of those found in workbooks and focus on basic skills including arithmetic, geometry, and time. Older kids will have no problem understanding what to do, but younger ones will need the help of parents to discern what is required of them in certain activities.
Summary: Parents need to know that Kids Learn Math: A+ Edition is an educational game that provides players with various math questions and puzzles. These challenges are presented in a carnival setting, turning activities like solving addition problems, telling time, and figuring out math riddles into carnival games. The game is intended for players in grades 1 to 4.
Conclusion: Math is easy but if you are having problems with some basic problems then don’t worry. This game will not help you; most likely it will make you dumber. If you do have a young one at home that is struggling with math and you don’t mind them playing their DS then $20 is a good price tag on this game. Also this game says on the front for grades one through four. When you turn the game on you can only pick from grades two through five.