Our Maths moduleDiscover our maths method on your tablet
A helpful method to learn maths at home or at school.
Learn to calculate on your own pace.
We know how to really make learning maths together with fun.
How does it work?
Our maths apps are aimed to learn in a fun and straightforward way. Choose the subject you want to learn. Usually, that is either an app or a practice booklet within an app. Each exercise often begins with a brief explanation of the theory through excellent instructions. The next phase consists of doing exercises, which you can perform at your own pace. Making a mistake is not a problem. You get the chance to answer that question once more until you understand it. At the moment you can make the exercises correctly, you end up with a test. During this test, you can show everybody that you have become an expert on this topic.
Where does the method focus on?
Our methodology focuses on the efficient learning of skills without distraction from additional diverting game elements. Real education is done by often doing short practice in a fun learning environment and not in a game environment. Therefore, we apply game elements only where it is an addition to learning within this method.
For whom is MagiWise the ideal method?
All this gives working with the apps of MagiWise a wholly contemporary and more school learning experience that is often lacking in other educational apps. Our method works well with children who want to work concentrated without pressure, but at the same time, it works very well for children who are quickly distracted.
Discover our maths apps
See below all our maths apps, which are currently available in different languages.
Multiply to 500
With this app, you learn the tables from your head in a simple way. This app contains many exercises, with which you learn to multiply by the numbers 1 through 20 in an interactive way. Besides, the app also includes activities to learn to increase by 25, 30, 50, 100, 125, 250 and 500.
The ten times tables
“The ten times tables” app contains a total of 90 exercises that allow you to learn tables 1 through 10. The activities are grouped in ten booklets, where each booklet contains eight exercises on a specific multiplication table and closes with a test.
Decimals and fractions
At school, you learn to create sums with decimal numbers. This is a tricky subject, and many children find this confusing. This app helps children and adults understand how you can count on numbers with decimal digits. You will be able to add decimal numbers, subtract them, but also convert fractions to decimal numbers so that you can use them in additions and subtractions.
Plus and minus
This app easily learns the first principles of adding and subtracting numbers. The app contains ten parts with instruction pages interspersed with short interactive learning exercises. The app is ideal to support the learning process in start calculating and connects to Dutch primary education from 6 years.
Add up to 100
Can you add up to 20? Then it is time to move on. In this booklet, you practice additionals with numbers up to 100. Calculating with 10, 20, 30, etc. is the first part. After that, we move on in steps to calculation numbers like 46, 76 and 23 together. The learning goal is to able to solve addition sums with numbers until 100.
Fractions and figures
Did you have fractions in school and you do not understand the concept? Then this app is for you. With this app, you learn the basics of portions, interpreted using figures. You first learn to recognise a part of a whole and learn what the denominator and numerator of the fraction are.
Once you understand the writing down of the fraction, you will learn to count with this app with fractions up to 1. The app uses nicely figures which represent the fractions.
Counting to 1000
Is it 193 or 139?
The focus in this app is not actually counting sums but to get a better understanding of numbers above from 100 to 1000. You will learn to count the numbers and place them in the correct order from small to large. But also listening to the number and then typing it is part of the exercises.
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