Moo Math Lite
A math tutor that doesn't know its sums
Moo Math Lite Review
by on January 31, 2012
Phones can be a great way to distract kids and keep them busy when you’re waiting somewhere or are stuck on a long journey, and while games are a great option, you might like to try something a little more educational. Moo Math Lite is a simple free app for drilling kids on their sums. You can set the questions to be on addition, subtraction, multiplication or division, or randomly any of them.
The theory here is fine, and when it’s kept to things that result in simple round numbers, it’s easy to choose the answers from three options and keep track of your scores. Play more and your kids will get better and better. This Lite version is ad-supported, but you can pay to remove the ads (they aren’t that well-targeted, though – do a lot of kids show an interest in Auto Trader?).
The problem with Moo Math Lite is that some of the answers are wrong. It though the correct answer for five divided by two was two. It also asked us what three divided by zero was. Funnily enough, we got that one wrong, since there is no answer.
Basically, this is an to help kids learn maths that can’t do maths. Do not use this to teach your kids maths.
Buy this app: Download Moo Math Lite now
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