# Math Land: Kids Addition Games

4.4
12.4K reviews
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Math games for kids of all ages. Live the adventure of learning with our math app! Explore the islands of addition, subtraction, and times tables in a journey that adds fun to every step.

With the learning games of Math Land, kids will learn math while enjoying a real adventure packed with action and educational math games.

Math Land is an educational video game for children and adults. With it they will learn and obtain reinforcement for the main math operationsā addition, subtraction, multiplication, and numbers.
It is not just a math appā it's a real educational adventure for kids!

GAME PLOT

An evil pirate, Max, has stolen the sacred math gems and has cursed the islands filling them with obstacles and traps. Help Ray, our pirate, find the math gems and restore the natural order of things o Math Land. Navigate your ship through the seas to get them, but remember: you will need a spyglass to discover new math islands.
Solve fun math games to get them. The islanders need you!

Have fun with over 25 levels and negotiate all kinds of obstacles in order to get to the chest that holds the gem. It will be a real adventureāyou'll have to deal with quicksand, bewitched parrots, volcanoes with lava, puzzle games, magic doors, funny carnivorous plants, etc. It will surprise you!

EDUCATIONAL CONTENT

For kids aged 5-6:
* Learning the addition and subtraction with very small numbers and amounts (quantities from of 1 to 10).
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower.
* Kids can improve their mental arithmetic with already learned addition and subtraction drills.

For kids aged 7-8:
* Getting started on learning multiplication tables (the learning will be done gradually in order to track the children's progress).
* Learning addition and subtraction with larger numbers and amounts ( quantities from of 1 to 20).
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower (1 to 50).
* Introduction to the kids of the simplest multiplication tables such as 2, 3 and 5.
* Kids develop their mental arithmetic.

For children aged 9+ and adults:
* More complex addition and subtraction games, teaching mental association of numbers with different arithmetic strategies.
* Reinforcing the learning of all times tables.
* Sorting numbers from higher to lower and vice versa, including negative numbers.
* Learning math drills with negative numbers.

WE ARE DIDACTOONS
Our development studio, Didactoons, has extensive experience in developing educational apps and cool math games for kids that combine learning and fun.

OVERVIEW
Company: Didactoons
Educational video game: Math Land
Recommended age: kids aged 5+ and adults
Updated on
Dec 18, 2023

## Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

## Ratings and reviews

4.4
7.02K reviews
September 21, 2019
For a 6 year old, it's completely pointless to have the game timed. This should be an option to turn off. I would change my rating to 5 stars if this becomes optional. What keeps happening is my child who is concerned about earning as many points as possible pauses the game after each problem, so as to have the time to solve it, but then can't remember the problem, as it's blocked by the pause screen! -- this is a huge design flaw. Timed math for beginning learners is counterproductive.
178 people found this review helpful
Trevor Low
May 19, 2021
I'm not sure who this is for! The math is basically "X+3=Y" and gives several numbers to fill in the blanks. It goes up to multiplication and division. For little kids, algebra is too hard, and for bigger kids who can do the math would find the rest of the game too easy. Why isn't there a basic "2+3=_" option, so they can work on addition and subtraction fundamentals?
74 people found this review helpful