Developer: Tony Davis
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 29.4 MB - Download
Winner of the National Science Foundation's "Student Award for Excellence".
Who says learning can't be fun? With Froggy Math, children (and adults) can have fun while improving their math skills!
• Easy to learn gameplay
• Two game Modes, including an "arcade mode" for older children and adults
• Fully adjustable difficulty
• Choice of math type: addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, multiplication tables
• Custom Colors (frog and caterpillars)
• Original music
• Choice of cursors
Most Helpful Reviews
My 4 year old loves this game and there is lots of room to grow! - We just got this game, but my 4 year old son, who is just learning addition loves this game. It captivates his attention and he loves how the frog eats the worm and how he can chose the color of the frog and the worm. I love how intuitive this is for my son. This is the first game he can do all by himself, he even knows which button is the settings button and can go in and change his arrow and colors by himself then start a game. We are playing it in normal mode which is untimed and gives him plenty of time to count his fingers. We are playing it on the easiest setting, but letting the level increase by 1 every time. There is also an option to keep it on the same level. For older kids the arcade mode is timed and you can pick which skills to add, we have not really tried anything else because addition is enough for us right now. I love that there is room to grow on this game :-)
More Reviews for Current Version
It's awesome!!!!!!!!! - I have the iPad version too which is great, but I like some of the new things on this version. I love the new arcade mode. I love how you can change the arrow into a bee. This game is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
My son's favorite game - I love that this game is so easy to play and to personalize. You can choose different levels, the easiest being adding number 1 - 3. It starts out so easy that little ones can get used to playing the game without getting frustrated at not knowing difficult questions. Little by little you can increase the difficulty and they don't even realize they are learning. My four year old son would play this for hours if I let him.