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Math Bingo app review for iPhone, iPad and Android

69p

Manufacturer: ABCya.com

Our Rating: We rate this 4 out of 5

Help your child learn to add up, subtract, multiply and divide using the simple game of Bingo.

What’s the world’s biggest numbers game? Bingo. So Math Bingo makes a lot of sense as an educational maths app for kids aged 5-12 – even if traditional Bingo is played by old ladies.

Help your child learn to add up, subtract, multiply and divide using the simple game of Bingo. See also Operation Math review and Times Tables app review

As featured in: 3 of the best maths apps for children

The player is set 25 questions to answer as quickly as possible, with a timer at the foot of the game screen. These can be by addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or a mixture of the four maths equation types. It’s handy that you can choose so that Math Bingo can be played to the child’s level of maths knowledge.

As the questions are correctly answered a cute alien bug thing fills the space.

The timer keeps going until all squares are complete. This is better for some than a clock ticking down (as in maths spy game Operation Math), which can freak some children out with the tension.

Math Bingo maths app for kids Android iOS

To master basic maths children need to memorise simple addition, multiplication etc so Math Bingo helps by pushing the player to learn pretty much through repetition. Answer 7 x 6 enough times you the answer (to life, the universe and everything… 42) gets stuck in your head in the end.

Bingo is an easy game to grasp so there’s not much in the way of the child using all their brain on the maths questions being fired at hem by the game.

Math Bingo also includes some other fun games included: Bug Bungee and Bingo Bugs, as some light relief from all those numbers.

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There are currently no technical specifications recorded for this product.

  • Ease of Use: We give this item 8 of 10 for ease of use
  • Features: We give this item 7 of 10 for features
  • Value for Money: We give this item 8 of 10 for value for money
  • Performance: We give this item 8 of 10 for performance
  • Overall: We give this item 8 of 10 overall

Math Bingo takes the simple game of Bingo and makes the player answer its maths questions correctly to fill in the squares. It’s colourful and full of fun characters, which appeals to kids and hides the rudimentary mathematical challenges at the app’s heart.

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