Developer: CulturePlay LLC
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 28.4 MB - Download
THE PRESTIGIOUS CHILDREN'S TECHNOLOGY REVIEW GIVES CIRCUIT MATH A 4 STAR RATING!
CIRCUIT MATH is a math puzzle that will challenge you the moment you begin to play! You can choose from 6 addition levels and 6 subtraction levels with each level offering endless combinations of numbers so no two levels are alike. To solve each puzzle you must place each circuit in position so that each number is the sum/difference of the two numbers below it. Tap the circuits to swap numbers and the wires between the numbers will light up green when the combination is correct. Try to beat your own best time.
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Review for Math Circuit - HOF13104258. This app was fun and challenging math puzzle. The only thing that confused me was in the beginning there weren’t clear directions as to how to start the game and I was left to just start clicking parts of the screen hoping it would start. It is a good app for use in the classroom regarding helping students with additon and subtraction.
Good Game! - HOF13104258 I think this game can definitely be both fun and challenging to use in the classroom. It can be incorporated into a classroom so students can try to beat their own times while having fun. It can also be used as a group classroom activity with students working on a specific goal time to beat. The suspense of trying to beat the time can encourage students to keep playing which will enable them to get a lot of practice with addition and subtraction.
Review - I personally don’t like this app at all. Although I understand it’s purpose, I find it kind of confusing and hard to use. Considering the fact that I’m a college student and I find it hard I think elementry school children would have even more trouble with it. HOF13104258
Good Intentions but not my favorite - HOF13104258 I think this game had good intentions, but I was not a fan. There are some great aspects of the game. The different levels correspond to different ability levels and it does give students the chance to practice adding and subtracting. That being said, I feel it did little to help students develop the skills of adding or subtracting and the timed aspect of the game could also foster a feeling of incompetence in students who may have a harder time with these skills. I also found that the adding game focused more on strategy than skill and the subtracting game was more of a frustrating guessing game. If I had to use this in a classroom, I would make it a group activity for students to use math skills and develop social and language skills while working towards a shared goal.
Did not like the this app - I personally don't like this app and probably wouldn't use this app in my classroom. I noticed after the first try in addition I noticed a pattern, the biggest number goes on top and then keep using the bigger numbers to the lowest number. I could finish the level with out even thinking about the math involved, just all from guessing. With subtraction I did have to think a little more but I knew the top number would be a smaller number. I also was apple to just move around the numbers until I had a match. Never really thought of a strategy and most of the time it would say level completed and I didn't even get to do the math. Also, there were glitches in the app, for example, on subtratition it would say I completed the first level without doing anything. HOF13104258