MathAlien - Times tables game

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MathAlien - Times tables game

Memorizing the times tables (multiplication tables), is very important for children. Unless these facts can be recalled automatically, students will struggle when learning more advanced math skills. The printed multiplication worksheets, times tables or times tables chart are useful at the beginning of memorizing the multiplication facts, but it becomes monotonous. Learning the multiplication tables is a tedious chore but this times tables game make practising fun and enjoyable. MathAlien is a tablet and mobile phone friendly maths game which can reinforce children's knowledge. This times table game is designed for 6 to 11 years old kids to develop their mathematical skills. MathAlien can help children to learn multiplication tables and practise addition, subtraction and division.
Easy to use, just select the appropriate times table from 2 to 12 and shoot the alien with the correct answer.

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Last modified: 2018/02/19 00:32

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Selecting the settings menu item you can choose multiplication, addition, subtraction and division practise. Different parameters belongs to diffrent calculations.

In case of multiplication and division select the appropriate times table from 2 to 12. It is advantageous to begin with the 2x, 3x, 4x and so on, and secure these times table facts before moving on to the bigger one. Multiples can then be worked on either as individual times tables or mixed.

In case of addition and subtraction select the appropriate sum 10, 20, 50 or 100 (the max result of the calculation).

Playing is really simple, just shoot the alien with the correct answer.

Controls of game:
[ A ]-Move right [ D ]-Move left [ K ]-Shot
You can control it with your finger or mouse as well. Click under the alien with right answer

Special thanks to
author of gameQuery
Draft Punk
Terry Scott Taylor