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Math Balance with Animals HD is an educational and interactive iPad app that introduces basic mathematics to young children. It is absolutely a fun and interesting way of learning about numbers. Here is our complete review:
This app includes five adorable animals to help the kids along the way. The dog, cat, sheep, rabbit and pig all add to the excitement of each mathematical adventure that your child needs to complete. Kids would meet each lovable animal as they progress into the game and move on to the next levels.
The main goal of this game is to make the numbers on each side of the beam balance equal. The animals can safely pass through the balanced bridge once the children have solved the problem. Kids are introduced to simple addition. The answer is not limited to only one, so kids could choose from as many combinations as possible.
Music also plays a vital role in a child’s learning. What’s good about Math Balance with Animals HD is that it provides a number of fun and dynamic children’s songs that kids could easily follow and hum along with. This jukebox feature would certainly keep children interested to learn more about numbers.
This app creates a positive learning environment as the plants happily sway on the background when children touch them on the screen. Other forest animals can also be seen in between trees and shrubs. Leaves with different colors and shapes give kids more delight. Surely, with this app, children would learn about numbers while having a lot of fun.
Math Balance with Animals HD is available on iTunes for 99 cents.
Awesome graphics; fun way to learn about numbers; adorable animals; jukebox;
Landscape only; no pause button; limited to simple addition
Math Balance with Animals HD is a great iPad app that teaches kids about numbers. With its fun and interactive way of educating the children, they would easily grasp the concept of simple addition and eventually use it in real life.
Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
Bo Sik Shin
$0.99 [iTunes Link]
Promo code was given by Bo Sik Shin. We were not compensated in any means.