Bottom Line: TeachMe: Third Grade, the final app in 24x7digital's TeachMe series, continues with the same format as TeachMe: Second Grade, broadening a bit into grade-appropriate skills. While it is still a consistently solid app with tons of content, I would have liked to see the presentation and functionality of it grow along with the user as much as the skills did.
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Math is one of those skills where kids seem to either get it or struggle with it. Division for Kids by Internet Design Zone allows children, both math enthusiasts and those having a hard time, to practice and become comfortable with the process of long division. The practice section of the app breaks down simple and long division equations into smaller parts while reinforcing terminology such as quotient, remainder, and divisor. During the quizzes, children will enjoy the entertaining, dancing animations which celebrate correct answers.
Practice facts independently in the one person mode while finding an opponent to challenge. When you are confident and ready to go, set the individual settings to make it harder for adults and easier for children, and start dueling. You can take on anyone! Who will win?
Whether the user wants to practice with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or a combination, iJumble Math provides both timed and untimed practice options. Number tiles are presented all mixed up, and the user's task is to build the answer to the problem using the numbered tiles.