Numbers plus speed equals ‘Personal Trainer: Math’
26 January 2009
Conclusion: The game allows up to 16 people to challenge each other at once wirelessly and, of course, the ESRB rating includes everyone who can count (read: It’s mainly for kids). Because the only bad language or violence with “Personal Trainer” will come from players who keep getting the answers wrong.I know at least one of them.
Not really a game, but a fun way to drill math facts.
Common Sense Media
17 December 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a more of a learning aid than a video game. This product turns your Nintendo DS into a high tech way of drilling math facts and covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It encourages kids to practice these math drills daily by playing with the game for 10 minutes.
Summary: Personal Trainer: Math includes 40 fast-paced exercises, from basic addition and multiplication to more extensive multiplication tables and calculation ladders. Daily math drills keep skills sharp, while attendance records provide ways for users to see how they improve week to week and month to month.