King of Math Jr

4.3
958 reviews
50K+
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

King of Math Junior is a mathematics game in a medieval environment where you climb the social ladder by answering math questions and solving puzzles. Collect stars, get medals and compete against friends and family. Master the game and become a King or Queen of Math!

King of Math Junior is suitable for age 6 and up and introduces mathematics in an accessible and inspiring manner. Its educational strength lies in awakening curiosity and putting mathematics in a fun context. Players are encouraged to think for themselves and see mathematical concepts from different angles by solving problems in many areas.

Content
- Counting
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division
- Geometry
- Comparing
- Measuring
- Puzzles
- Fractions
Updated on
Dec 3, 2022

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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

4.3
563 reviews
L Mercer
February 23, 2022
It's not often you find a kids math game that has subliminal messages of diversity, inclusion, equity and socialism all wrapped up in seemingly benign picture math problems. It's most noticable in the Division book, which is equally... errr I mean equitably ironic. But hey...i guess math isn't racist anymore now. I'm so glad for that. I'm still sad though that this was not inclusive for the wheel-mobile individuals as there was no visual representation of them in the division book.
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A Google user
November 29, 2018
Very fun. Got it for the kids, ended up finishing it myself before moving on to the grown-ups version.
88 people found this review helpful