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Mathematical Run (Math games)

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About Mathematical Run (Math games)

Mathematical Run app is a beautifully crafted app that challenges players to improve their maths skills in simple quizzes that include an option for two players on the same device.  It quizzes players of all ages on a wide range of maths topics including a section for those taking their first steps in numeracy.

Mathematical Run app is available on iOS and Android devices as a free download that is very playable.  In-app purchases unlock extra options and topics.

Teacher Review

Mathematical Run app is a beautifully crafted app that challenges players to improve their maths skills in simple quizzes that include an option for two players on the same device. It quizzes players of all ages on a wide range of maths topics including a section for those taking their first steps in numeracy. 

Mathematical Run app is available on iOS and Android devices as a free download that is very playable. In-app purchases unlock extra options and topics. 

What is Mathematical Run app?

Mathematical Run is a maths quiz app that covers many topics and is suitable for use by players of all ages. It has single-player and simultaneous two-player modes, a multitude of options to tweak the app's difficulty, and some useful reference hints too. 

This Mathematical Run app review is of the version that users receive if they buy the full version through an in-app purchase. As well as making the app fully featured, this in-app purchase is the best value of the options. 

What we love about Mathematical Run?

Mathematical Run looks and feels very elegant. Everything about its presentation is clean and simple and yet, very appealing. The sound is understated too but complements the feel of the app well and provides clear user feedback without making the use of the app a noisy endeavour. The app could be played in a classroom without headphones and not be noisily intrusive. 

The variety of play options makes Mathematical Run an app with a multitude of uses both at home and in the classroom. Players can test themselves in a single-player challenge. Two players can compete on the same device to answer the same questions in the quickest time. A similar experience, but against the device's AI, may not be quite as satisfying as playing a human but it gives single players an extra challenge and sets a good pace.  

What skills does it improve?

Mathematical Run is, as you'd expect, focused on mathematics. Within this subject, it covers a good amount of topics including times tables, fractions, decimals, types of numbers and negative numbers. For young learners, it also includes a First Steps section which concentrates on early counting and arithmetic skills. 

Each of these topics includes quizzes on various aspects so users can match their practice to what they have recently been learning. 

What age is it appropriate for?

Mathematical Run is very much a universal app as far as age goes and encompasses skills children should learn. Its presentation is age-neutral and it includes essential mathematics topics that people of all ages could often do with practising. 

Is Mathematical Run easy to use?

Users of Mathematical Run should find no difficulty in finding their way around this app. The different quiz types and options are easily found and quick to understand. 

How will students benefit?

Mathematical Run is easy to dip into to play a quick game and it harnesses children's competitive instincts very well. Whether they are trying to beat the AI, another player, or their own personal bests, children will be keen to have one more go whenever they get a spare moment. 

How will teachers benefit?

There are not many apps that let children play simultaneously on the same device. By having this option, Mathematical Run allows teachers to use mobile devices with classes even when they do not have a 1:1 device to child ration. The full version of the app has useful extra options that teachers can use to tweak the difficulty of the quizzes to suit their children's abilities. 

How will parents benefit?

An app that siblings can play simultaneously and is educational sounds like a dream for parents whose children share a single device. They can play and learn at the same time as unleashing their competitive spirits. 

What Mathematical Run can improve on?

Mathematical Run makes use of Game Center on iOS devices. Even if users do not wish to use this feature, the app nags them to do so each time they open the app. This process becomes annoying and might be confusing for children, so it would be ideal for the app to ask only when it is opened for the very first time. 

The times tables quizzes of this app only cover up to 10x10, whereas many school curricula require children to learn up to 12x12.  

How much does Mathematical Run cost?

Mathematical Run is a free app to download and contains a great deal of functionality that makes it a useful app even in this form. The best experience is had by upgrading Mathematical Run through in-app purchases. 

What is included with the free version vs. paid?

You can choose from a few in-app purchase options to expand this app. Some are just functional upgrades, such as being able to reset all scores (useful for the classroom), more level options or being able to choose an avatar. Other in-app purchases add topics such as fraction and decimals or times tables. The best value option is a full unlock which is around the cost of just two of the eight in-app purchase options. 

Is Mathematical Run safe to use?

Mathematical Run uses Game Center to provide a competitive element to the challenge. There are no advertisements in any version of the app and no social media content. 

Overall rating of the app

Mathematical Run is a tremendous mathematical practice app. Many apps offer similar practice, but few do it so elegantly and with so many options. Try out the free app and then jump straight to the full unlock for an app that the whole family can use to hone their maths skills. Mathematical Run is a five-star app

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Android, Mac, iPad, iPhone

Price

Free

Category

Skills

Academic Relevance

Safeguarding

In-App Purchases - Yes

In-App Advertising - No

Publisher

EagleTap

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Description

Discover a new immersive, unique and intuitive gaming experience to learn math while having fun.

Mathematical Run is suitable for all ages - especially for preschool, primary and secondary school children - and contains more topics and difficulty levels to meet the different levels of school education.

The game is divided into topics: First Steps (4-7 years), The Four Operations, Times Tables, Fractions and Decimals, Relative Numbers, The Beauty of Numbers (which includes even and odd numbers, prime numbers, Fibonacci numbers, boolean algebra and more) and finally the Freestyle that offers the possibility of playing by mixing some of the game modes that belong to the previous topics with a bit more difficulty.

It also stimulates and helps children's reflexes along with their ability to concentrate and learn math.

In almost all topics you will be able to discover and explore hidden levels of various kinds that will allow you to travel in the magical world of numbers.

You can also solve math quizzes in "single player" or "two player" mode and challenge your family, friends or MathBot's artificial intelligence.

► Unlike many other children's games this app is ad-free. ◄
► The game is available in Italian, Spanish, English, German, French, Chinese and Japanese. ◄

Below the complete list of levels for all packets.

First Steps (4-7 years):
» FROM ONE TO TEN
» TEN RANDOMLY
» LEARN TO COUNT
» 123 GO
» ADDITION
» SUBTRACTION
» GREATER
» SMALLER
» COUNTDOWN

The Four Operations:
» ADDITION
» SUBTRACTION
» MULTIPLICATION
» DIVISION

Times Tables:
» 1-TIMES TABLE
» 2-TIMES TABLE
» 3-TIMES TABLE
» 4-TIMES TABLE
» 5-TIMES TABLE
» 6-TIMES TABLE
» 7-TIMES TABLE
» 8-TIMES TABLE
» 9-TIMES TABLE
» 10-TIMES TABLE

Fractions and Decimals:
» PROPER FRACTIONS
» IMPROPER FRACTIONS
» APPARENT FRACTIONS
» FRACTIONS OF SETS
» COMPLEMENTARY FRACTIONS
» DECIMAL FRACTIONS
» DECIMALS IN FRACTIONS
» EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS
» COMPARISON OF FRACTIONS
» FRACTION OF A NUMBER
» ADDITION OF DECIMALS
» SUBTRACTION OF DECIMALS
» MULTIPLYING BY 10, 100
» DIVIDING BY 10, 100

Relative Numbers:
» ADDITION
» SUBTRACTION
» MULTIPLICATION
» DIVISION

The Beauty of Numbers:
» EVEN NUMBERS
» ODD NUMBERS
» GREATER
» SMALLER
» INTEGER MULTIPLES
» PRIME NUMBERS
» FIBONACCI NUMBERS
» BOOLEAN ALGEBRA

Freestyle:
» BASIC 2
» SUPER 4
» GIVE ME 5

Quiz:
» CORRECT ANSWER
» BEFORE THE TIME
» QUICK CALCULATION
» DYNAMIC PAIRS
» HIDDEN SIGNS
» PRECEDENCE
» TRUE OR FALSE
» DISAPPEARED NUMBER
» RANDOM FACTORS
» FIXED FACTOR
» MISSING FACTOR
» 3 FACTORS
» STATIC PAIRS

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