A Great Math App for Kids

Just in case you didn’t catch it someplace else, I thought I’d share the free math app review that we published this week over on Balefire Labs. I’ve talked to you guys about the Native Numbers app before, but here is a detailed, point-by-point review of its instructional design and usability design. Want more info about the review criteria that you see below? Click here to get the full definitions.

As a short FYI, only about 7% of the more than 1200 apps that Balefire Labs has reviewed has achieved a grade of A or B…so this is a great accomplishment by the folks at Native Brain!

If you are a blogger or educator and you would like to share this review, please do feel free to snip it right out and copy it anywhere you choose! We want to drive as much business as we can to developers who are doing a great job!


October free app review

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About karen mahon

i am a behavior and learning scientist. i hold an ed.d. in educational psychology and am trained as an instructional designer. i have spent more than 15 years working in education and instructional software design.
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1 Response to A Great Math App for Kids

  1. Carla Buske says:

    Sharing with all my therapeutic foster families. Thanks for doing all the research for me!

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