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***Master Multiplication with Flying Colors!*** Practice mental multiplying and estimation with Motion Math: Wings! This fun math game helps children ages 4 and up develop a conceptual understanding using six different visual forms. It's simple to play you just tilt your bird to the bigger number. (Hey Teachers! You can get all the levels of this game, plus student progress data, by creating a Motion Math Educator account at motionmathgames.com.)From the award-winning creators of Motion Math, Motion Math Zoom, and Motion Math: Hungry Fish comes Motion Math: Wings, an engaging, visual, fun way to estimate and compare multiplication expressions! Multiplication is a tough concept for learners to master - some memorize formulas or times tables, but never really understand the concept. Most math worksheets and math games only show numeric symbols, such as 4 x 5 = 20. Motion Math: Wings shows multiplication in six different visual forms: rows of dots, clusters of dots, groups of dots, a grid, a labelled grid, and symbols. Seeing the many different forms helps learners master the concept of multiplication. Motion Math: Wings includes: * Fast, engaging gameplay, stylish graphics, and fun music for maximum flying excitement; * Six visual representations of multiplication problems; * Customization players win feathers and twigs to color the bird and build its nest; * Ten levels of difficulty, from estimation of dots for pre-schoolers all the way up to challenging levels for adults!Common Core Math Standards: 2.OA.3., 2.OA.4. 3.OA.1., 3.OA.5., 3.OA.7., 3.NBT.3. 4.OA.1., 4.OA.2., 4.OA.4., 4.NBT.5. 5.NBT.5.Note that this games does not support 3GS iPhones.
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