*** Following the success of the uneStar French applications sold in 40 countries, uneStar is coming back with this application with English content only for all to enjoy exercising!
The uneStar Maths Ages 7-8 application has been specifically devised for children from 7 to 8 years of age who would like to revise and intensively test their knowledge of Mathematics.
The application will keep your child, your class and even yourself happily occupied for hours on end as it contains more than 160 lessons and 1,600 questions, therefore classifying as a « star » within its category.
UneStar Maths Ages 7-8 contains numerous exercises based on numbers (learning them, comparing them, ordering them from 0 to 999), calculation (additions up to 999, subtractions up to 100, hundreds tens and ones, multiplications by 2, 3, 4, 5 10), geometry (solids and polygons, grids), measurements (lengths, masses, money euros pounds and dollars, calendar, lengths of time and reading the time) and much more!
The application is based on a series of questions which progressively mount in difficulty in order to test the acquired knowledge. The lessons are clear and precise and therefore allow the user to tackle the series of exercises with confidence.
Each set of exercises contains several question types: a simple true or false statement, single and multiple choice and written input – always with lots of images!
Children will enjoy the large variety of reward which they will receive after each set of questions has been completed. Various awards include medals, stars and trophies in bronze, silver and gold.
The application tracks the users’ progress throughout all the series recording current and past scores. Parents can easily monitor their child’s progress and view all exercises completed during the day or week. You can also send your scores of the day to your friends with the built-in email functionality. uneStar includes a system called -uneStar Points- which attributes a number of points to all correct questions per day. This function allows parents to quickly and easily verify the amount of work their child has done on any given day. In addition, players can compare their scores and see who was the winner according to the points.
The application can keep track of the scores of multiple players thus allowing a family or a class of students to use the the same device.
The uneStar application records each players’ incorrect responses and automatically creates a new series of questions based on these wrong answers. All incorrect responses are saved and ordered by date therefore easily enabling the child to redo the questions he or she got wrong and thus allowing the parent to see which topics will need further revision.
Please note again that the application is in English (both its interface and large content data) but the programme is based on the French school system. Why not! It is just another way of learning and revising.