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Math Rider- Review

Math Rider is a fun computer game to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It is recommended for ages 6-12.  No internet connection is needed once the game is downloaded.  Each game has up to eight players and the game can be installed in up to 3 of your computers!  This is a great value if you have more than one child!!!

Math Rider is available for Windows and Mac for $47.00.  It is currently reduced to $37 until February 15, 2012.  A discount is also available on their Facebook page.   A 7 day free trial is available here.  They offer a 30 day Risk Free Guarantee if you are not satisfied.

I am very glad that we got to review this game! Allie has really enjoyed playing it.  It helps her with with math facts in a fun way, she loves the challenges of the quests!  Loving horses helps too, but is not a requirement!  Allie understands the basic concepts of math, but can’t remember facts quickly.  This has helped her with her speed.  The game automatically adjusts to the students level as they are playing and advancing!

This is how Allie describes it: “It’s a math game, that has quests.  A quest is a mission.  You have to get points from jumping over the math facts as you answer them.  The quests are neat because of the story line.  The quest is given to you in the beginning of a challenge.  For example: your mom is sick and you need to bring her a magic healing flower.  You need to ride through The Math Lands.  You get points by answering the math facts and the time used.  At 99% mastery you get to help save the princesses!  The quests kept me interested and I wanted to do better each time I played!:

See what others on the TOS Crew are saying about Math Rider- here.

*Disclaimer: I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.


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