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KidCalc Math Fun 1.10 Released – Adding Valentines Day Theme and Number Tracing!

KidCalc Number Tracing Screen Shot

IconCreated with the help of public and private school teachers, as well as parents homeschooling their children, KidCalc teaches crucial math skills to children ages 3-9 years old.

KidCalc was the #1 ranked education app during October, and it just got better!

Announcing the release of KidCalc Math Fun 1.10, the tenth update to the popular animated math flash cards and learning activities app for iPhone and iPod touch. This new version of KidCalc Math Fun adds Valentines Day themed graphics and Number Tracing. Designed specifically to leverage the iPhone’s unique capabilities and touch interface, KidCalc is now six apps in one, including counting games and flash cards, animated math operation flash cards and drills, an animated calculator, and a new number tracing learning activity.

Skills taught in KidCalc 1.10:
* Writing numbers
* Addition (sums 0-1000)
* Subtraction (subtractands 0-1000)
* Multiplication (products 0-1000)
* Division (dividends 0-100)
* Animatied multiplication and division lessons
* Counting 0-1000, forwards and backwards, by increments of up to 100
* Flash cards of prime, binary, and Fibonacci number sequences up to 1000

Pricing and Availability:
KidCalc 1.10 is on sale now for $.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.


Reviewers, please email me (KidCalc [at] glinberg.com) about obtaining a review copy.

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