Seller: Justin Holladay
- Complete new design and graphics
- Multiplayer mode with up to 5 devices using wifi!!
Multiplayer Math Game (up to 5 devices)! You can now use two devices and play competitively or cooperatively with your classmates or parents.
4 Dice: Fraction Games hones the many concepts of fractions that include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing through a series of game mode options. The game also enhances analytical thinking by providing the answer and requiring students to determine the appropriate equation.
- Multiplayer Math Game (up to 5 devices)!
- High order thinking game to challenge students in a fun way
- Progress reports sent to teachers to assess progress and target individual weaknesses
- A built-in whiteboard to give students a place to work through problems
4 Dice: Fraction Games is a math app for middle school and upper elementary students.
For teachers, one major benefit of using this game is that it provides immediate feedback of their students' progress via email.
Engaging Students Beyond the App
The 4 Dice App comes with a printable game sheet that makes it easy to prepare lessons and involve the whole class.
Common Core Mathematical Standard
4.NF Extend understanding of fractional equivalence and ordering.
5.NF Use equivalent fractions as a strategy to add and subtract fractions.
6 NF Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions.
Challenging App by M.L.I.S - Version 1.4 - Apr 14, 2013
"This is a fantastic app for 4th grade students and up. It reviews the procedures for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions in the instructions and gives the users challenges. The best part is probably the ability for users to challenge their friends and connect using different devices close by!"
Its fun to know there are apps and games like this. Surely a fun way to learn.
Veru unusal game. Its really 21 century, can connect to 5 devices and play. You must try
Unique concept. Nice design. It's a great app for kids to learn and play at the same time.
Just because it's a "game" doesn't mean it would be motivating to your average kid. This is not for learning about fractions, it's more for challenging someone with a lot of background knowledge. I can't use it for my average elementary kids, might work for a gifted middle school student.
I find it an awesome game to get my lazy boy focus on maths, especially the fraction section. The game itself is already awesome while the app carrying it is even more awesome with fun dices and cute animating stuff. In fact, my boy, who hates maths, now seems to get better. Thanks for making it.
this is an excellent game for young students. It helps to develop math & logic capability to some extent. The game is touch and challenging even to a teacher. At first, ones may think it's quite easy to play as all the pieces are there and they just have to put them to the right place, but they would end up hours with countless number of trial n error attempts. Since there is no certain formula to solve, therefore a proper way to approach the problems is very important. The more my students play it, the more likely they will develop themselves a good strategy to approach and solve it. This kind of game has been proven helpful for maths skill development.
I passed this game to my big boy and he has been enjoying it so far. The game maker knows how to make boring math problems into a highly interactive game with stunning sound & graphic. A brilliant educator to whom I would tip my hat. This game should be well spread across the schools.
It's a bit hard to gather up to 5 grown up brains at the same time to play something together, it's even harder for those brains to solve a single problem in this fraction game. But when we were on, it's a great and engaging experience. B/c there is no fixed way to find the right combination of the dices your brain has to work constantly until you hit the eureka moment, which is a good exercise for the brain.
Another cool math game from Justin. I told my kids to try this game and they are now playing it & challenging each other all the time. Sometime even an adult like me finds it very headache to find the solution to help the kids. But the point is to get fun while playing educational stuff, so I see that this app does an excellent job. We all love to play it.
Very cool, please add in iPhone 5 support.
This app was extremely enjoyable for me because I enjoy math. I love the problem solving and critical thinking skills that were addressed by having the user figure out the equation while having the answer. I love the Bluetooth capabilities. That was interesting to say the least! I think is is appropriate for middle school age kiddos who need a challenge. If the user struggles with math, this could cause frustration.
This is a fantastic app for 4th grade students and up. It reviews the procedures for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions in the instructions and gives the users challenges. The best part is probably the ability for users to challenge their friends and connect using different devices close by!
I love that this app can be played between two players. By allowing students to connect they can group and play together. Another thing that I like about the app is that you can send progress reports. Also, using it with a variety of students you are able to be used with multiple players in order to track progress with different classes throughout the day. I see over eighty students and this app would be helpful for an educator a similar position. I like the white board feature as well. It is wonderful that students get the chance to work out the problems as they would on scrap paper. Overall, the app does encourage students to use higher-order thinking. I also like that when shaking; kids can shake the ipad to throw the dice. What I love is when using this app with students it promotes that players use problem solving skills for adding, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions.I like how it gives that answer and you must find out what would give you the answer by working with the four dice that you roll.
A very good app to help learners practice the four basic functions with fractions. In this unique approach, players use numbers rolled in dice to build an equation to match a provided solution. The Bluetooth feature allows multi-player games in two devices. This amplifies the competition hook that appeals to young students. Based on a great concept, this app promises to solidify learners' grasp of the math concepts they practice.