Updated: January 23, 2017
Size: 95.5 MB
Language: English (or Spanish)
Rated: Age 4+
Bedtime Math would appeal to kids, parents and educators that love fun facts and are interested in doing some mental math in the meantime. For example, today’s Bedtime Math question begins with a picture of a Platypus and some weird and wacky facts about the animal. Did you know: The platypus is so weird-looking that when English scientists first found it in Australia, they had to bring a few back to England because no one believed any animal could look like that? That is a very cool fact that many, say, 3rd graders could work into a conversation easily.
Once a student or a family has read the interesting introduction to the day’s math problem, users can pick from a variety of leveled math questions: Wee Ones, Little Kids, Big Kids and the Sky’s the Limit. Today’s Little Kids problem was “a platypus eats 1/2 its own weight every night! If it weighs 4 pounds, how much does it eat?” Okay there is a problem with the measurement use of the imperial system but that could be another conversation with your child or student. It is evident that the development of the app’s content is done mainly in the United States.
Explore the app and the website to find a very fun way to engage students in real world math problems and funky facts. Recommended for students up to grade 6.