Mathcial is an educational app on the iPhone and iPad meant to help kids improve their arithmetic skills. It include 5 different fast-paced mini games targeting key skills.
I've play around with the iPhone version of Mathical and it's fun! These games may be designed for children, but many adults may find some of them to be challenging as well.
Mathical is a 5 in 1 compilation of awesome, fast paced games for primary / elementary aged children to practise mental calculation skills.
The skills the games encourage are:
Mathical Vol. 1 is available on the iPhone for $0.99 and on the iPad for $1.99.
[iPhone App Store link] [iPad - App Store link]
The good folks at StusApps have given us 5 promo codes for the iPad version of Mathical, and we're going to give them to you, our awesome readers! For a chance to win, just leave a comment below and tell us know which area of math is your favorite (or least favorite). My favorite subject is geometry, followed by analysis.
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My 6 year old's favorite math subject right now is addition. He'd really enjoy this on my Ipad.
My favorite subject is analysis and algebra
I like geometry the best as well!
MY 8 YR OLD WOULD LOVE THIS.
Daughter loves Algebra
Geometry is by far the most interesting thing about math!
My daughter would love it. Her favorite area is multiplication, but she is having some difficulties with division.
count me in
This would be great for my 3rd grade daughter. My favorite math area was geometry, but hers would be counting-on-fingers. #MathFail
I have a 3 year old and I'm looking forward to this app. Subtraction and addition
My daughter's least favorite subject is math, all of it. My favorite IS math. Hurts my heart.
My favorite area of math is algebra, and the least favorite is geometry.
My favorite area is algebra and my least favorite was geometry.
Math is my favorite subject because I needed a lot of it to get to where I play in my day job. Hint, it's the first part of my name RocketScienceMom. :)
my favorite is geometry cause algebra is crazy
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I freaking love Algebra.. and binary, I think numbers are fun, and my wife thinks Im crazy
My son is a lot smarter than me in mathematics. I liked simple algebra in school, I very much dislike geometry. He loves all of it and I hope he continues to have that kind of zeal for mathematics and science that he does! He's fairly creative too, so maybe he can be the Steve Jobs of his generation - oh, as a parent I can dream, can't I!? :)
My favorite subject in math is Algebra, because it is the foundation for most other math disciplines, and it truly helps you learn to think analytically. My kids would love to try this app.
I love Algebra, but I would love to get this for my son!
I'm terrible at math so my favorite is adding and subtracting. This app could help me develope a new love for math.
ME me me ME please!!!
I enjoy algebra. Dislike geometry. Would love to win for my 4 young kiddos.
My favorite areas of math are/were Calculus and Differential Equations. I'm a geeky engineer after all. My son (going to 2nd grade) LOVES math and my little girl starts kinder. Both love to play on my iPhone and iPad and for sure would enjoy this "game" you know - it's not learning if you're having fun ;-)
I like algebra and I am taking geometry this year. I've heard that calculus is interesting as well.
As a chip designer, I think in binary. But I'm a closet algebrist.
I love Geometry. Everything just fits together! Of course I teach 6-8th grad, so I do not get to dig into the heart of Geometry as much as I would like!
Me English is better than me arithmetic so I would love this app fir practice.
Game theory :) I'm a nerd.
I like algebra and trigonometry. I think my daughters (starting 1st and 3rd grades) would love this app!
I've always enjoyed geometry, and I can't wait to get this in my kids hands.
I love teaching geometry, especially when 4th graders learn how to use a compass to make geometric shapes. I am tutoring a young girl right now that has trouble remembering simple basic math facts, but can use a compass with ease and has done some incredible art work! Thanks for the chance to win a code. This app sounds great.
I love calculus, algebra, and trigonometry. I hope my toddler daughter will love math like I do!