Improve your math speed and stay mentally sharp no matter what age or math level you are - with Math Be Nimble +! It is fun and effective and helps you get better at math and stay mentally fit. Elevate the mind.
Choose your color and quickly solve problems to earn awards and reach goals while improving your mathematical skill. More real math progress in just fractions of the time! Includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, order of operations, sequences, basic algebra, and more!
Math Be Nimble + makes math a fun activity allowing players of all levels to practice essential mathematics skills - playing a few quiz rounds a day will help you to think quicker with arithmetic and increase your problem solving ability.
This brain game is challenging, but you can do it! Strengthen your core math skills, starting now!
So what are you waiting for? Download Math Be Nimble + today and start improving your math ability and mental focus one color at a time!
Great for Kids AND Adults – it is for everyone! Challenge each other to excel at math!
Teachers, students, homeschool - give it a try and you will be impressed with the results. So many math apps for kids fail to deliver, Math Be Nimble + works! 3rd grade math, 4th grade math, 5th grade math and up - Junior High math or Middle School math, even High School math students will benefit from the unique combination of quick calculations and mental problem solving.
Great resource for STEM curriculum. Also great for SAT test prep and ACT test prep! Playing Math Be Nimble + to master arithmetic and algebra basics also helps with Common Core curriculum and homeschool equivalency tests.
Increase your speed, attention, and focus, while helping to elevate the mind skills needed to succeed in more difficult material like algebra, calculus, physics, etc - all are based on these core math basics!
This app is ad free and does not require any permissions. No connection needed, no data shared, all data stays on your device! Edtech is for learning and fun. Teacher recommended!
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