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McGraw-Hill’s Beat the Computer game offers a quick and easy way to practice and reinforce basic multiplication facts (0–10). This facts practice game runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
Players have 20 seconds to answer multiplication fact problems and beat the computer. Players score points for correctly finding the product. The amount of time left on the timer after each correct answer is added to the player’s score. Solve 20 problems to score as many points as you can! Visual and audio reinforcement of correct and incorrect answers helps players master multiplication facts.
Features of Beat the Computer:
- 20 rounds of play
- Practices basic multiplication facts from 0 to 10
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch
Look for these other Everyday Mathematics® Games Apps:
- Addition Top-It™
- Subtraction Top-It™
- Name That Number™
- Equivalent Fractions™
- Monster Squeeze™
- Baseball Multiplication™ 1–6 Facts
- Baseball Multiplication™ 1–12 Facts
- Divisibility Dash™
Everyday Mathematics® web site: everydaymath.com
iOS Everyday Mathematics® Beat the Computer™ Multiplication Mobile
I go to the Forestdale School and this is the math program we use, Everyday Mathematics. Really fun game!!!!!
Horrendous game, poor educational value
It`s a shame that McGraw-Hill will attach their name to such poorly executed material.
First of all if it`s a game it must be at least remotely fun and this isn`t. Second of all if it`s educational it should offer feedback, and this one offers a useless one: a score that doesn`t tell you much and that isn`t even recorded for comparison (eg high scores, improvement over time etc)
Third, as many other games do it and as a good educational tool would do, it should adjust the difficulty based on the answers given. After answering correctly 6x8 7x6 etc why one earth would the computer give at least a half a dozen of multiplications by zero and ten?! And lastly, if it is on an iPhone, why does it have to be so backwards in terms of typing? If you can not code a decent interface then just use the iPhone`s! They made it look "retro" but it is also hard to use for such a ridiculously simple app. Seriously, a kid could develop a much better app than this and that would probably be educational whereas this app it isn`t.
This game is definitely helpful but the questions it gives you are way to easy for me. Don`t get it it`s a waste of money.
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