Designed for the iPad, Jungle Fractions is an incredibly easy, fun and interactive app that teaches kids fractions in a visual way, taking full advantage of the iPad’s large screen and HD quality.

Usability tested with kids ages 7 and up, Jungle Fractions has proven to be tremendously effective at teaching kids fractions. Kids understand fractions conceptually within minutes of play.

Easy to Use
● Easy to read, large, crisp pie-circles with wedges makes learning fractions a breeze.
● Just tap Shake for a new problem.

Fun and Interactive
● Animals come alive with smiles and roars as kids work through problems.
● Choose from many jungle animals and their sounds, including a Lion, Tiger, Elephant, Hippo, and Panda.
● The jungle theme, complete with animations, animal roars and sound effects, truly immerses kids in a deep and alive jungle.
● Get a jungle congratulation when you solve 5 in a row.

● No multiple choice means no guesswork – kids have to know the correct answer.
● Some apps just give you a limited set of problems – Jungle Fractions lasts an eternity with fresh problems every time.
● All problems are done visually, using large pie-circles with animated wedges that help your child understand what fractions really are.
● Name and Compare fractions.
● Convert fractions between improper and mixed format, e.g. 1 2/3 and 5/3
● Reinforce your fractions skills by Adding fractions.
● Track progress with your Score. Parents/Teachers love this to see how kids are doing.
● Multiple levels of difficulty make learning fun and challenging. Start as a beginner with Level 1 – it only presents fractions with low denominators. Work your way up to an expert level with higher denominators.
● Learn gives you an interactive tutorial on understanding fractions. It explains the numerator and denominator, and lets you tap buttons to see how the fractions change based on examples.

Price at time of review: $2.99

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