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Math Whiz™ Player's Guide
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from Charleston, WV
About Me Working Parent
Comments about Educational Insights Math Whiz™:
Great for all ages! My 4 year old is just learning to add And subtract, great tool for him! 9 year old uses it to review! Really easy to use!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Fun for beginners
By mom of 3 boys
from reading pa
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children
The concept of the game is good if you have child who does not like flash cards. My younger child likes to learn using electronics rather than the old fashioned flash card type things. It's nice that it is also a calculator. However, it is a bit pricey, which I think is a down side. I'm not sure that price point is a good one, even considering it does do more than one thing. I have an 8 year old and a 5 year old, I think this is great for my younger kiddo who is just starting out with math. My older one it is to repetitive (even though that's the point) but it really helps my younger one get the idea.
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I would buy this product again and again
I would buy this product again and again.
(22 of 22 customers found this review helpful)
from Morganton, NC
About Me Education Oriented, Working Parent
My six-year-old plays with this in the car. Right now she does addition and subtraction on levels 2-3; she's proud when she advances to the next level, and has room to grow to get to level 8. Soon she will start doing multiplication and division also. I also play with it (level 8 addition is hard for me!) for a mental workout. I'm buying a second one so that my six-year-old niece (who has enjoyed my daughter's game) can have one of her own. Besides practicing their math facts, they can race themselves. When you finish a level of addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, the game tells you how long it took you to do that set. It's also a nice size for fitting into smaller hands, and the sounds and graphics (happy if you're right, sad if you're not) are cute.