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. However, the game does cover a wide range and will be useful for many years.
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. Way to hard for little kids.
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. I have spent a little time with him trying this game out today.
Summary: I think this game is mostly fun. I'm not a girl who is too into math, so i might not like it as much as you but... I think some games are boring but I think the 3rd grade mini-game is fun. This game only goes up to 5th grade which makes me feel like when I get up to 6th grade i cant use this any more. I'm in 4th grade. The box say it's 1st grade to 4th grade but it's really 2nd grade to 5th grade. It's based on vampires. Don't count on this to help you learn everything.
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. I know my kids are gifted in math but this game is way too easy and covered very few concepts.
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. Most buttons have to be clicked in a very small area and the place to click seems randomly distributed. It would have been nicer if the pieces were to be dragged in place than clicked.