Yash Math Adventure Elementary

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About this game

*** The perfect mix of gameplay and math practice to inspire and help children improve their arithmetic skills at home or during math class. ***

A very unique elementary math game that encourages kids to practice and improve their arithmetic skills, while taking Yash (our little math genius) into an incredible math quest!

★"Yash Math Adventure is the most fun math app that we've encountered so far"
- MommyMaestra.com

★"We love how easy this app is to use and how it combines a video game interface with math practice."
- Class Tech Tips


★ Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division by skill level
★ Delightful jump and run adventure gameplay in an inmersive math quest
★ Core mathematical concepts presented in an engaging and meaningful way
★ Complements mathematics curriculum for first grade, second grade and third grade
★ Excellent resource for parents at home and teachers in school or during math class
★ Challenging puzzles to solve as you journey through six stunning locations around the world
★ 36 levels of exciting 2D platform adventure
★ Non violent and nature friendly game
★ Play as a smart and adventurous kid (our little math genius)
★ Great way to engage students and enhance their learning performance
★ Recommended for kids from ages 6 and up

The hero encounters arithmetic questions at key points to allow the player to advance and collect hidden tokens around 6 beautifully designed worlds with mazes and labyrinths. Kids simply run, jump, add, subtract, multiply and divide with hundreds of arithmetic equations. It's an excellent game for older kids to practice their timetables too!

An awesome game to keep kids playing and learning. It is the perfect way to prevent the math summer slide. Parents and educators love this idea!

Detailed information for parents and teachers about the Common Core Standards applied during the game: http://yashmathgame.com/about-the-game/

It’s a non-violent adventure math game inspired by the beautiful scenery of our planet. There are no enemies to fight, and there is no harm to animals or nature during the game.

A young boy named Yash was visiting a Museum to learn about the ancient math coins that were recently discovered in a remote island in the Pacific. Once he enters the exhibition room, he realizes that the coins had been stolen. The only thing left was a note challenging Yash to use his math skills to find these precious coins that are now hidden all around the world.

Parents and teachers can customize the gameplay to concentrate on specific arithmetic concepts by selecting problem types for each player and level.

As parents, we understand the importance of the privacy of your children. Degenet holds your privacy by not collecting personal information in this game. For more details on our Privacy Policy visit: http://yashmathgame.com/privacy-policy/

We comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Yash Math Adventure game:

* does not collect or share your personal information with anyone.
* does not include ads or in-app purchases.
* does not include links to social network sites.
Updated on
Jul 4, 2016

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
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

11 reviews
A Google user
November 26, 2017
This easy to play game is a lot of fun and hits all the right notes. A few more levels would be a bonus.
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