Summary: I assumed "for grades 1-4" meant for kids in or entering grades 1 to 4. But the game asked us if what grades "2 through 5" do we what to play. My 8 year old is enjoying the game but it's do difficult for my 5 years who's going into grade 1.
Summary: I like this game I got it in hopes of helping my son he struggles with math. I believe this is a bit advanced for him. I still think it is a great learning tool. I hope my daughter will using the clock game to learn how to tell time on an analog clock.
Summary: I bought this for my 8 year old daughter and almost all of the beginning games were below her level. It only gets challenging when she begins to unlock the later stages, which means I had to persuade her to keep at it and see what else there was to offer
Summary: The price is reasonable, but the games are a little dated. They remind me of early computer programs I used to play in elementary school twenty years ago. My daughter found it interesting for a while and plays for a while ocassionally. This product could be more engaging.
Summary: My son is in first grade and is a great reader. While reading comes naturally to him, math does not. He is getting along fine, but when I saw this game, labeled for first through fourth grade, I thought it might give him extra practice and more ease with math while being disguised as a DS game.
Summary: I bought this to help my 1st grader and I read some reviews that made this sound great. I will say it is great but it is very hard. I would not recommend for early ages. I was expecting easy flash card addition or subtraction 6+4, 9+9, etc) but on easy level it is 56+12, 97+5, etc.
Summary: I bought this for my 7 year old. The game has helped her confidence but in less than 3 weeks she mastered all games at every level. In the 3 months that we have had this game our 3 year old has mastered all the games. There are no reading or real math skills needed for most of the games.
Summary: I bought this game after successfully convincing my daughter to play "Personal Trainer: Math". Compared to the later, "Learn Math" is very colorful and school-friendly. Unfortunately the game has somewhat poor code execution. The result: an unresponsive game which gives little feed back.