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Target Math facts app is made for kids under 10 years old. Practicing facts is very important for big number calculations. This app makes a child practice and remember all the necessary math facts in a fun way. With a theme of carnival games, kids never get bored while practicing their math facts.
Isn't remembering math facts FUN while playing shooting darts and balloons, tossing rings and throwing balls in a basketball hoop?
Test: In this mode 20 questions will be given. You answer them in the allowed time to pass the test. If you pass the test in very less time you get an achievement of excelling the test.
In this app, kids practice facts in 4 major mathematical operations like Additions, Subtractions, Multiplications and Divisions. In each section there are 10 levels with increasing difficulty. So in total there are 40 levels of math facts covered in this app.
Additions: Level 1 starts with simple one digit additions and as the levels progress kids practice various round number additions with 2 digit 3 digit and 4 digit numbers. For example in level 4 kids practice adding 2 digit round numbers and 2 digit numbers. 20 + 36 = ? In level 3 they practice algebraic additions based on fact family rules. 12 + ? = 18.
Subtractions: Just as in additions section level 1 in this section starts with single digit subtraction and as the levels progress kids practice various round number subtractions with 2 digit and 3 digit and 4 digit numbers. For example in level 4 kids practice subtracting round numbers from 2 digit numbers. 56 - 30 = ? In level 3 they practice algebraic subtractions based on fact family rules 16 - ? = 11 or ? - 7 = 5
Multiplication: In this section kids practice simple multiplication facts in the first 4 levels. In the advanced levels they practice how to multiply 1 digit numbers or round numbers by 2 digit 3 digit and 4 digit round numbers. For example in level 6 kids practice 2 digit round numbers by 1 digit numbers. 60 x 4 = ? In level 5 they learn how to find missing numbers in a multiplication sentence. 9 x ? = 54
Division: In this section kids practice simple division facts in the first few levels. Once they master basic division facts in the further levels they practice how to divide rounds number multiples by their 1 digit numbers.
- June 12, 2014 Initial release