5 Dice: Order of Operations Game, A New Enjoyable Math App for Middle School Coming in November
MathFileFolderGames.com makes learning and practicing order of operations and other math concepts more fun for students.
Lethbridge (I-Newswire) October 23, 2012 - Many people dislike and even hate math. Oftentimes, parents and guardians find it a challenge to get their children and wards to study math. People have the general misconception that math is difficult and boring. This doesn't have to be the case. Math can be, and is, fun. There are math games and math apps available in the market that can help make the learning process more fun and easier for everyone.
One of the most beneficial -- and fun -- math apps for iPad, iPhone and iTouch from MathFileFolderGames.com is the 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game. MathFileFolderGames.com specializes in printable and fun math games for middle school students. These easily accessed games make learning and practicing math concepts more enjoyable.
Although intended for upper elementary and middle school students, anyone who loves math and who wishes to practice their math skills will enjoy 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game. It is a "higher order thinking game" that enables people to have fun while exercising their brain and practicing their order of operations.
In the game, students are given the answer and work backwards to figure out the correct equation to arrive at the given answer. It's an innovative game that makes practicing the mathematical order of operations more fun. To help students solve the puzzles, a "whiteboard" is built into the game where students can use it as a "scratch pad."
One other key feature of 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game is the progress reports feature that can be sent to the teacher. This helps the teacher assess a student's progress and performance. In a progress report, the teacher can see when and how long it took a student to answer a particular puzzle. Based on the results, the teacher can assess a student's strengths and weaknesses. For example, a student who spends plenty of time and attempts with very few correct answers on a particular concept indicates that he is most likely struggling with that concept. This helps the teacher address a student's concern.
Another key feature of the 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game is that it can easily be converted from a one-player into a "classroom setting" game. One may print out game sheets; make it into a group work; display the game to the class for everyone to participate; and many other possibilities. The game is expected to be launched in November 2012.
Check out MathFileFolderGames.com to learn more about its math apps.
Published On:October 23, 2012
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