Is your child struggling with math?

Child struggling with math?

Does your child need help with math?

Product: Addition

 

Download free trial for Windows (Tested on Vista, 7 and 8)

Major Version: 1
Price: $2.99

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  • Download the free version now and let your kid get started with basic addition. The simple easy to use program will give kids all the practice they need to become comfortable with basic addition.
  • When you buy the full version you, as the parent or teacher get all the tools you need to track the progress and improvement of kids over time. You can also change the settings for each individual to their own needs and abilities.

For help on installing this product please see the Application Installation Guide . For help on activating this product please see the Application Activation Guide.

Please visit the product documentation page: Math application standard features for more information on all the math apps and the differences between the free and full versions.

Info About Addition

Addition Application

Addition is usually considered the simplest and the first of the math operations that children learn. Addition is a building block to multiplication and advanced addition, without having the basic addition problems from 1 to 10 memorized; it will be more difficult to learn and execute other math operations. We believe the best way to memorizing is repetition. Addition randomly gives numbers from 1 to 10 on both addends as shown:

Addition Application

Addition also comes with three help modes numberline, a simple counting aid, which shows a dot moving from one number to the next, and counting out the problem. The numberline is shown below counting out 2 + 7:

Addition Help

Another the fingers, they show a hand which counts out the problem on fingers. The fingers help method shows kids how to count out a problem on their fingers. Counting out the problem is good for kids to do to learn how addition works and to memorize the basic addition problems. The fingers are shown below count out 4+ 4:

Addition Help

The other is an abacus, a very old method of counting which uses beads on wires or in grooves to add, subtract, multiply or divide. It shows the beads counting out the problem. The kids can use the abacus help like a real abacus; by clicking on the beads they can slide them back and forth. This interaction can help kids to understand the concept of addition. The abacus is shown below counting out 3 + 5:

Addition Help

By changing settings for each user you can decide how long each kid needs to practice, which help type they should have (if any) and set when they should do timed tests to check their improvement. The details of the settings are documented in: Math application standard features. Kids are notified when they have completed all their work or if they have not. Kids can also see how they are doing in real time for their current session in the stats panel:

Addition Application

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